I’m an instructor in the Chicago suburbs and last weekend I started a Youtube channel offering training tips, drills, etc… I’ve only got a few videos uploaded so far, but the channel is only a week old.
So here I am pimping myself out looking for new subscribers, some likes, any ideas for upcoming videos, things like that. Yes, I know I’ve got a couple too many “umms” in some of these, but what can I say, I’m still camera shy, lol.
Yeah, I’ve always been un-creative, so it’s hard for me to come up with stuff like an intro, outro, or random other stuff in the middle. But I’m trying. And as Homer Simpson told us, trying is the first step towards failure! Thanks, Homer.
Hi Joe, I found this Thread on the Shooter’s Forum in my e-mail at 3:35 A.M. ( Insomniac ) I went and watched the 25 Yard Run video. I’m an Obcessive and I read the info that is beneath the video’s that I watch, At 3:35 I missed that there was the “Show More” for a minute or Two where you comment about the reason for the Drill. I’d like to see a “Comparison” of Before & After. I suggest doing a “At Rest walk up to the target shooting” & cover your shots with the stick on spots. Do your “Run” and end by showing the target at the end of the video to make the point that is the Topic of the Video as a Graphic Representation to end the video.
Hi Pat, thanks for the comment. I will work on one of those videos as a demo, but in the mean time until I’m able to make the video, to see the difference, hold out your hand for a few seconds and see how much it shakes. Then run 25 or 50 yards, with or without some weight (the vest I’m wearing is 20 pounds with no mags on it), and hold out your hand. Probably will be shaking a bit from the adrenaline from running and from your heart beating faster. That’s the gist of the drill.
If you don’t get an idea of how much you can shake with adrenaline flowing and your heart beating then during a violent confrontation you may throw shots one way or another. And remember, you’re responsible for every round that comes out of your gun.
I really do appreciate the comment and suggestion, keep them coming!