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Journey to USPSA Regionals – Dry Fire Drills Revisted   Recently updated !

Welcome to "Journey to USPSA Regionals". This is my personal journal related to my training and competition activities on my journey to train-up in order to compete at a USPSA regional. After working my dry fire routine for a few weeks, I have learned some key lessons, I have identified some changes and I am pursuing some additional knowledge and tools for further improvements. Take a look!

Journey to USPSA Regionals: Establishing Training Regimen

Welcome to "Journey to USPSA Regionals". This is my personal journal related to my training and competition activities on my journey to train-up in order to compete at a USPSA regional. Building skills is hard!! Without a set of goals and a clear training regimen, you are largely burning up your time inefficiently. In this article, I outline my base training regimen that I will be evolving as I go.

Journey to USPSA Regionals: My Best Worst Day of Shooting

Welcome to "Journey to USPSA Regionals", my competition training journal. This is an entry into my USPSA train-up where I shoot at a Zombie Shooter Association match - I have the worst, and what appeared to be a "rookie mistake", day of shooting that turned into my best epiphany day of shooting. Here is my entry...

Journey To USPSA Regionals: Rebuilding the core basics

Welcome to "Journey to USPSA Regionals", my competitive shooting train-up journal. As I go on my odyssey of becoming competitive in a USPSA competition (or other endeavors), I plan on sharing my journey with training tips, thoughts, experiences, etc. In this journal entry, I share my reflections and learning on my pistol shooting core-basics - basics that everything else builds upon.