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 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.
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.
Dustin had the opportunity to sit down with Rich Brown from the American Warrior Show to discuss training and the new NURO(R) Shooting System.
Dustin has an interview with Arik Levy on the Firearms Nation Podcast. They discuss the book Hitting in Combat, the origin of Building Shooters, training design and more.
Article 051 – There has been a lot of work on performing under stress the past few decades. Some of it may need to be reexamined.
Article 050 – Whether what we are doing works or not depends heavily on what the definition of success looks like. Why do we still not have an answer?
Article 047 – Why we need to make big, structural, changes in firearms and tactical training.
Article 046 – Three surefire ways to lose your students’ respect and attention.