Steve discusses his "return to former form" match, dispenses more of his obsession with shot calling as the key to unlocking the subconscious, thanks a bunch of people, then closes a chapter.
A beautiful, wonderful chapter that must be closed.
I forgot a bunch of people in my thank yous... That's the problem with lists. They are never complete enough.
This list is pretty specific to current events...
What could you do with 17 decimal places? Shoot faster!
An examination of the possibility of using the drills in book one "Refinement and Repetition" on the move in order to gain a highly desirable skill: Shooting on the move with CONFIDENCE.
We kick off the newly named "That Shooting Show" with music, enthusiasm, a fantastic mood and an attempted stabbing. Yikes!
Steve runs himself through the AndersonShooting curriculum, and his team helps him begin to correct his greatest weakness.
Then, Daisy the doberman farts loudly.
Erich L. inspires an analogy...
Steve does a facetime tuneup, Chad Rausch gets pulled over in Indiana, and the state of capitalism is examined briefly.
A 30 minute lecture about some common dry fire tecniques that I do not endorse.:)
Short and sort of serious. Remind you of anyone?
The full interview will appear in my third book, out sometime.
Moms and Ronn help me explain shot calling and subconscious action.
Featuring my mother, Marilyn Umphrey on Cello.
Andrew Roberts and I discuss Dry Fire in general, and the level 2 tune-up specificallyl
Steve and Andrew Roberts discuss his experience after dry fire tune-up level 1.
I interview my mother about the similarities between teaching shooting and music, and then we talk about why she didn't kill me in my sleep.
Long at 30 minutes, but interesting if you're into the subconscious process...