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...
Me and DLR say grace.
I wrote this for MA2 as an excercise to see if I could get the word "Doberman" into a love song.
She was not impressed. Wait til you hear the redone "shooting"version featuring Nellie on some vocals. Very, very inspiring, and coming soon!
When I hold something sacred, it's only natural to be passionate about it. This causes me grief, so I keep acting tough until I figure it out. :)
I learn to let go, and then we talk about using technique as a bridge to moregooderbetter awesomesauce.
For better or worse, this on is DLR free! It won't last.
Because I'm feeling musical...this is a preview of the new music I'm working on with the great Andy Patalan from Saline, Michigan.
He's the 2nd or 3rd greatest singer ever, and kind of a big deal.
More soon, but about shooting, I promise!