Start 1 step outside of the box, hands at sides, gun loaded in holster, facing downrange.. On signal, draw, enter box, and engage target with 2 rounds. Switch up your angle of entry and distance to the box on each run.
Between each rep perform 1 reload off the clock. Slow motion.
Hold your own in speed shoots but get beat by fitter, less-experienced shooters in field courses? The USPSA Conditioning Program is geared to increase your explosiveness for those fast and aggressive stages, conditioning for the long hot days of major matches, and overall strength to better control your firearm.
If you live in the Mid-Michigan area and are interested in improving your athletic capacity, please e-mail me to schedule your intro session. Your first week is free! Try it with no obligations.
Regardless of where you are starting from, we will set realistic and attainable goals and work hard to get you there.
The purpose behind these drills are to push your abilities in an unconventional manner. Many of these par times may seem fast to you. The reason for that is I want you pushing for speed. Don't confuse that with not aiming. I want you to push the envelop when it comes to handgun manipulation, but still have the goal of shooting alphas.
If you aren't going fast enough to where you are seeing form faults from the intensity then you aren't getting the full benefit of this program.
Push it just past your comfort zone to where you only might be calling 50 - 75% of your shots. If you do that consistently, your shooting ability will sky rocket.
My name is Jake Di Vita. I have been active in the shooting world for many years, starting with IDPA and later branching off into USPSA/IPSC and a little 3-gun. Production is the division I got started in with a Beretta Elite II. After competing for several years I got into Open and have loved it ever since. I have a passion for working with shooters to improve their capacity.