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 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 042 – Teaching point shooting first can harm students, permanently.
Article 037 – Giving a remedial shooter new physical skills that work is important. However, it’s not the whole solution. You also need to make it so those new skills are the ones performed under stress.
Article 036 – If you want to fix a truly remedial shooter, you probably need to help them build an altogether new skillset. In order to pull this off, context matters.
Article 035 – Fixing your remedial students might require a change…A change in YOUR psychological framework and avenue of approach to the student.
Article 034 – Think you need a lot of resources to train effectively? Think again.
Article 031 – Applying brain-science research to remedial in-service training. First task? Don’t make them worse.
Article 020 – Often we look down on people who are ignorant of subject matter we think is important. We really shouldn’t.
Article 017 – A Hippocratic Approach to Training. Applying Research to the Civilian Training Industry: Part 4