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My Fitness Goals for 2018

Today, I thought it would be appropriate to share some wisdom on making and keeping fitness goals from world renowned fitness trainer and 58 year old power lifter, Charles Staley. Ah yes, the new year is nearly upon us, and most of us are thinking about the progress we have (or haven’t) made in 2017),…

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Surviving cold emergencies, like falling through ice

We’re in the middle of one of the most dangerous times of the year for cold related emergencies. Clothes that are appropriate for going 20 feet from a warm house to a soon-to-be-warm car and 100 yards from the warm car into a warm store aren’t appropriate when you have an accident or the car…

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Happy Birthday, US Marine Corps!

The few, the proud, the Marines… Today, the US Marine Corps turns 242 years old. One of their early actions has provided much of the rich history of the Corps and it’s a story I love talking about. Up until 1801, the Berber Muslims were extorting the US…forcing us to pay a tax or have our…

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Could Wyatt Earp Could Have Made Faster Hits With This?

There have been several gunfighting quotes about Wyatt Earp going around for the last few months.  If you haven’t seen them, you need to: “When I say that I learned to take my time in a gunfight, I do not wish to be misunderstood, for the time to be taken was only that split fraction…

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3 Post Disaster Tips For Harvey & Beyond

This week, we’re seeing the consequence of the media and weather reporters hyping up storms for the last few years for ratings. They’ve lost all credibility and there’s really no reason to have thought that Harvey would be different than the last 20 “disasters” they said were going to happen. Like many of you, I’ve…

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Join Me In Person For 4 Days Of Training With Dr. Cobb…

One of the biggest things that makes my firearms training different and more effective than traditional firearms training is the fact that I focus as high upstream in the learning and training process as possible. Sights, triggers, gear, guns, and technique are all important, but you can get several times more benefit from your training…

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21 Day Alpha Shooter Dry Fire Evolution

  (This is the email that I sent out to my subscribers when I launched 21 Day Alpha Shooter, explaining the evolution of the course.) In September of 2008, I got hammered by the sub-prime market collapse.  I went from being on the verge of selling my company to the verge of bankruptcy and it…

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2 steps to a sub-second drawstroke

  Today, we’re going to go over some specific techniques for speeding up your drawstroke using the camera on your smartphone. With the simple techniques I’m going to show you, you’ll be able to quickly identify and fix problems in your technique in a few minutes in your living room…problems that would normally take hours…

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How Impressing Your Friends Can Save Your Life

  When you think about training to use a firearm to stop a lethal threat, it’s healthy to think of it as serious business…because it is. But just because the end result is serious business doesn’t mean that we can’t have fun along the way…or, more importantly, that we SHOULDN’T have fun along the way.…

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Scientific Breakthroughs In Pistol Training

  Today’s article is different from what we usually do.  It’s an interview (and written highlights of that interview) that I did recently with Dustin Solomon, author of the book, “Building Shooters.” Shortly after the USS Cole bombings, Dusty was overseas and was tasked with training up a 240 man harbor/port security force.  Only there…

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