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Everyone wants the most effective and efficient practice, but what does accomplishing that actually look like? Mason Lane, Andreas Yankopolus and Joel discuss the essential gear you need to train with in live and dryfire. They also discuss some common training practices that are not ideal. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the…
 
Most people agree it’s important to help at your local club. However, it’s not easy to help build stages, run the timer and the scoring device while still performing at your very best when it’s your turn to shoot the stage. Hwansik Kim and Ben Stoeger discuss roles they have at their clubs and the process they use for being effective in both roles …
 
Mason Lane and Joel discuss some observations from training and the importance of critical thinking to analyze the results you are getting. They also share the processes they use for diagnosing their shooting and methods for telling if what you think is happening is actually happening. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the ful…
 
Mason Lane has a new drill he created, and it’s a very interesting take on marksmanship fundamentals. Mason explains what the new drill is and the procedure for using it in training. We also discuss where your focus should be when doing the drill and some things that are likely to go wrong. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to th…
 
This is part 2 of our interview with Max Leograndis. We discussed technical aspects of shooting and what skills set Max apart and allow him to do the things he does. We also discuss tracking scores, match pressure and training. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode and ask follow up questions at http://pstg.us/…
 
Max Leograndis is well known for being a multiple time PCC National Champion, but Max is involved with several very interesting projects some shooters might not be aware of. In this episode, Max shares who he is, how he got involved with the SupersetCA youtube channel and explains his vison for 2 gun matches. Log into Practical Shooting Training Gr…
 
Everyone has different theories on organizing and structuring their training. How do you know what to practice and how do you track your progress? When should you reevaluate? Joel sat down with Ben Stoeger and Hwansik Kim to discuss the process used for creating training plans for members at the gold membership level in PSTG. We also discuss how to…
 
There has been lots of good discussion online regarding iron sighted shooters learning from using a red dot, and red dot shooters learning from using iron sights. Andreas Yankopolus and Kyle McNabb are experienced shooters that have been cross training with other sighting systems. They share their observations and breakthroughs regarding vision and…
 
It’s not often that you meet someone that is a top finisher in two different sports simultaneously. Lane Gries is a USPSA two division Grandmaster and a consistent top 16 finisher at USPSA Nationals as well as a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt that competes on a national level. Lane sat down with Hwansik Kim and Joel to discuss his training routines…
 
It’s time for a new drill of the month. Professor Hwansik Kim has a new drill to explain that tests many aspects of shooting. We break down the drill and look at each component, so you know how to assess your results and give suggestions for training. After the paywall we discuss the upcoming PSTG Summit so you know what to expect and explain why t…
 
In 2021, Joel drove to Tennessee to train with Lucas Botkin, and It was a great experience for them both. During this interview Lucas shares why he invited Joel out and the expectations and goals he had for the weekend. Lucas and Joel also discuss the style of training they did and some of the takeaways Lucas had including the process of upgrading …
 
Lucas Botkin is well known and very visible in the shooting community. He is the CEO of T.Rex Arms, a firearms trainer, a Twitch video game streamer and he played a role in the Call of Duty video games. His company T. Rex Arms created the popular Sidecar holster and sells a variety of other shooting products. Lucas is unique from other content crea…
 
It’s always fun talking to high level shooters that have different perspectives and experiences. Ben Stoeger and Joel interviewed Max Latulippe. Max is a super squad level shooter from Canada that primarily competes in Production Optics division. Max is highly skilled with an attention to detail which makes him very interesting to talk to. We discu…
 
Hwansik Kim and Joel interviewed Keith Garcia. Keith is active law enforcement and a top competitor in multigun matches. Keith shares his methods for training, teaching, and winning matches that has made him so successful in shooting. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode and ask follow up questions at http://pstg…
 
Ben Stoeger, Calvin Truong, and Joel discuss teaching classes. They each share their thoughts on how to teach the most effectively and lessons they have learned along the way. Regardless of if you teach classes or not, there are lots of take aways. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode and ask follow up questions …
 
Hwansik Kim demonstrates why we call him the Professor while explaining inductive and deductive learning and how it should apply to your training. Hwansik also introduces a new drill of the month while explaining how inductive and deductive methods should be applied to it. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode and…
 
Phil Strader is known for being a super squad level competitor that doesn’t practice very much. Joel and Ben interviewed Phil to find some surprising answers while learning Phil’s processes and how he has became so successful in shooting. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode and ask follow up questions at http://…
 
Ben, Hwansik and Joel discuss the upgrades that happened to PSTG in 2021, upcoming plans for 2022, the PSTG Summit, and a breakthrough or accomplishment they’re each proud of. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode and ask follow up questions at http://pstg.us/
 
Hand-eye coordination isn’t a topic that most people think about when they think about shooting. Hwansik Kim and Andreas Yankopolus break down how critical of a skill hand-eye coordination is for shooting as we discuss everything from online gaming to things you can do to increase your skills. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to…
 
I had the opportunity to interview Hwansik Kim one on one to learn more about his processes and perspective on shooting and learning. We discussed lots of topics from the origin of training group to his process for creating his own drills. There are a lot of insights here, and this is likely an interview you will want to listen to more than once. L…
 
We’ve received a few requests from Training Group members to have Mason Lane back on the podcast for a question and answer episode. Mason answers questions about off season training, goal setting, changing between divisions, recent changes to his dryfire practice, and much more. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the Full Episo…
 
Burnout is a serious topic, and sometimes you don’t realize it’s a problem until it’s too late. Special guest Jason Bradley and Hwansik Kim share their experiences as we examine emotional, mental, and physical burnout. Regardless of how much time you invest into the sport, there are bound to be some takeaways. Log into Practical Shooting Training G…
 
How to you assess the shooting techniques, methods, and strategies you use? If you wanted to make a change, where would you start and how would you know if the change is for the best? Hwansik Kim and Andreas Yankopolus share lots of insight for ways to plan for the future and the process of improving your shooting. Log into Practical Shooting Train…
 
It’s time for a new drill of the month. Hwansik Kim and Andreas Yankopolus discuss Hwansik’s Trigger Break Exits drill. They explain the setup and goal of the drill, as well as explaining how to assess your progress and some things that are likely to go wrong along the way. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the Full Episode an…
 
Some shooting seasons have ups and downs, the goals you started the year with may have been met in a month or could still be a work in progress. Hwansik Kim and Andreas Yankopolus discuss ways to analyze your previous shooting season and goals. They also discuss planning for next year by using yearly goals and smaller goals while using metrics to t…
 
We have a special guest on the podcast. Ben and Joel interviewed John Stremmenos from Greece. John is a National and Regional Champion, who is very disciplined in his training schedule and shooting. John’s mindset and demeanor make him very interesting to talk to, and there are a lot of good takeaways. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to …
 
Hwansik Kim is back on the podcast to discuss Carry Optics Nationals. Hwansik explains the difference between the zones and the different strategy he used each day. We also discuss different shooting styles used by competitors and how to look for a shooting style that works for you. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the Full E…
 
We’re excited to have Mason Lane back on the podcast to discuss winning his second national championship. We discuss his training leading up to Carry Optics and Limited Nationals, as well as the strategies, visualization, and mindset he used. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode and ask follow up questions at htt…
 
Andreas Yankopolus and Joel ask Ben Stoeger the remaining visualization questions from their list. Ben explains his personal make ready process, ways to visualize familiar drills and low difficulty stages, and some areas to prioritize if you want to get better at visualization. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episod…
 
What does the mindset of a national and world champion look like? How is that champion visualizing stages and does the process change based on available time? When and why should your visualization include things other than vision? Andreas Yankopolus and Joel interviewed Ben Stoeger to ask questions regarding visualization for how he has programmed…
 
Going faster and staying relaxed are not things that come naturally for most people. Andreas Yankopolus brought the topic, and has some very interesting things to say about how to build speed as you fight tension. We also discuss ways to create tension in your own training and ways to mitigate it. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to liste…
 
Mason Lane is back on the podcast to talk about tracking scores. Generally accepted advice is just shoot the match and worry about the scores at the end. Mason and I discuss some benefits to watching the data, such as understanding the scoring system better, understanding how much or how little mistakes actually cost, and building a strategy for th…
 
Ben Stoeger and I discuss the Wisconsin Section match from an admin perspective. We discuss the stages, a stage reset system that is new to some, choosing staff, and how we overcame any issues we came across. After the paywall, it’s time for a new drill of the month, and it’s a doozy. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full…
 
The Iowa Section Match is one of my favorite matches I attend every year. Cody Axon, Jared Fox and I break down the match and discuss the features we feel makes the match an example of how other matches should be run. After the paywall, we each share 3 things you can do to make the most of your training. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group t…
 
Due to numerous requests, Matt from Xray Alpha and Josh are back on the podcast to answer the rest of the questions we didn’t have time to answer the last time they were on. There’s a wealth of knowledge shared on topics ranging from handgun and carbine training, department training, ratio of time spent between carbine and handgun training, and bri…
 
We have a special guest today, Jason Bradley and I got to talk with Calvin Truong. Calvin is a USPSA Master class shooter who runs a very successful social media channel called Firepower United. Calvin has been in PSTG for a while and we talk about everything from why he got into competitive shooting to what changes would he make if he was king for…
 
It’s time for a new drill of the month. Hwansik Kim and Andreas Yankopolus introduce the new drill, Doubles on the Move. They explain how to do the drill, what you should be learning from the drill, some issues that could happen, and what type of results you should be able to achieve. After the paywall, we talk about how we create training plans th…
 
When two heavy hitters get together to train, I always have questions: What did you learn? How did it go? Was it what you expected? Will your training change going forward? Jason Bradley recently traveled to Wisconsin to train with Ben Stoeger and he was nice enough to let me interrogate him about it and Jason was even kind enough to leak the new d…
 
Andreas Yankopolus and I discuss a question that seems to go through most people’s head at some time, which is: Should I try to overcome this shortcoming of my gun by training more? Is my gear holding me back? We have convincing points for both sides of the argument and discuss a few points you should be assessing of your own gear. Log into Practic…
 
This week we have two very special guests. Matt from Xray Alpha and Josh are answering the questions submitted in the podcast forum of PSTG. Topics covered range from what differentiates tactical training from USPSA training, teaching and what makes a good instructor, and carbine and handgun training. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to l…
 
Hwansik Kim and Rob Epifania discuss an interesting video they made for training group with Christian Sailor discussing situational training and how you could use the data to help you make choices in a match. After the paywall, we introduce the August Drill of the Month and explain how it greatly applies to major matches. Log into Practical Shootin…
 
Today we have a new, but likely familiar voice on the podcast. My friend Matt Hopkins and I compare notes as we discuss our experiences from training with a Carry Optics gun after spending a lot of time in Production division. We also talk about breakthroughs in training, stage breakdown, and some vision tips for target focus and not staring at the…
 
Andreas Yankopolus and Joel interview Mason Lane to ask hard hitting questions about the process he followed to become a champion and what he is doing that keeps him constantly improving. The questions asked were personal enough that Mason was asked to approve them before the interview. This is not an episode you will want to miss. Log into Practic…
 
Mason Lane and Andreas Yankopopus join the conversation to discuss ways around your natural disposition. Andreas shares what he’s doing to speed up and stop being afraid of missing, and Mason shares ways he’s used to build discipline and become so effective at matches. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode and ask…
 
Ben Stoeger has been interviewed many times, but I wanted to ask him some extremely specific questions about how he has become so dominant in practical shooting. Ben agreed to share the story of how he turned himself into a winner, discuss his self talk in matches and practice, and explain misconceptions and where he sees lots of gains coming from.…
 
It’s the first Tuesday of the month, so It’s time to introduce a new drill of the month. Jason Bradley and Joel recap the previous drill, distance change up, and introduce a new drill for this month that may surprise some people. Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode at http://pstg.us/…
 
National Champion Mason Lane discusses the PSTG Summit and an interesting way to break down stages. After the paywall, Mason explains what you should be learning from his drill, "Finding 100" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGvfoVXfrk8 Log into Practical Shooting Training Group to listen to the full episode at http://pstg.us/ https://www.laneshooti…
 
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