On The Quiet Professional podcast, Dustin talking about the human brain, building better basics and training.
Podcast with Dustin and John Holschen. This is a long one! Lots of discussion about training design process, resource management and the integration of visual processing into shooting skills.
Podcast with Lee Weems, John Holschen, John Hearne, and Dustin. This one contains a lot of good discussion about training design impacts and the importance of visual processing, as well as John Holschen’s observations after using the NURO System in training for nearly a year.
Article 063 – What about seeing? Competition and the proliferation of challenging shooting standards have helped solidify the physical mechanics of shooting. What about the visual and cognitive mechanics that matter more than shooting once we step off the range?
Article 062 – Police Skills Matter: Inadequate skills result in tragic outcomes. Officers need tools and techniques that work, training that produces competence, and effective accountability structures that work before things go wrong on the street.
Article 061 – Traditional training methods produce skills that are physically separated from the brain’s ability to process information and change behavior. This is no longer acceptable for armed professionals.
Article 060 – Leading members of Hollywood are known for virtue signaling—often with absurd hypocrisy. When it comes to gun safety, they should be held accountable for it.
Thank you to Garrett TeSlaa for giving Dustin the opportunity to come on the podcast and discuss training design, brain science, the fundamental failures of training, and more.
Article 059 – A New Reality for Cops: The public now expects officers to be competent in use of force.
Article 058 – Gun Safety Failure: The “Rust” movie set tragedy highlights fatal flaws in traditional gun safety rules.