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Peak Performance: Pistol
Join us for an in-depth day of training for the armed individual as we pursue high-level shooting skills and peak human performance. While marksmanship is the #1 priority when it comes to firearms training it is only one piece of the puzzle. Having the physical skills and ability to move efficiently and effectively is also important. Whether you need to move to seek cover, create angles to gain a position of advantage, or possibly move to increase or decrease space between you and the threat, movement is a key component to winning a violent encounter. Peak Performance will not only show you how to properly train to enhance your physical readiness. It will also show you how to incorporate these principles into your firearms training to make you a better, stronger, faster shooter.
- Shooting Fundamentals and Concepts
- Movement Fundamentals and Concepts
- Visual and Cognitive Components of Shooting
- Strength Training for Shooters
- Injury Prevention
Brandon Powers has spent the past 13 years specializing in sport and human performance. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength & Conditioning Association, Brandon has worked with collegiate athletes as well as active-duty military and law enforcement. His approach to training uses a planned, systematic, and progressive strategy to increase an individual’s physical literacy through General Physical Preparation (GPP), thereby improving their quality of sport and physical readiness. Brandon is also classified as a Master in the practical shooting sports of USPSA and IDPA.
- Quality pistol
- Quality belt mounted rigid holster (Retention during rigorous movements, active retention preferred)
- Magazines (3 for double-stack or 5 for single-stack)
- Mag Pouches (1 or more)
- Ammunition (300+ Rounds)
- Ear & Eye Protection
- Appropriate Attire
- Note Taking Materials (Pen & Paper)
PLEASE make sure you have working, proven equipment, ammunition that runs in the handgun(s) you are bringing, spare batteries (if you have an optic), and backup equipment if you think you'll need it. We encourage you to dress appropriately and bring gear to train with that will best benefit you. While training with your edc/duty gear is preferred, bring the pistol and gear you wish to improve with and let’s get to work. To attend this course attendees should have a basic understanding of how to safely operate their handgun and be able to safely work from the holster.