Slow Is Not Fast

Some wisdom from my mentor, Karl Rehn.

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You’ve probably heard the advice “slow is smooth and smooth is fast.”

This tip from Karl Rehn

Slow Is Not Fast

USPSA Production GM and multi-time national champion Ben Stoeger talks about this issue a lot in his books and in his podcasts. His approach – which I used to finally earn the GM card I started pursuing in 1988 – uses intensive dry fire practice with aggressively challenging par times, combined with slower paced drills that focus on correct technique.

Techniques that work OK for a 2.5 sec reload may be too sloppy and inefficient to allow a 1.5 sec load.

One drill that was a breakthrough drill for me was a simple draw, shoot 2, reload, shoot 2 drill. His (total) par time for the drill was 2.6 seconds, shot at 7 yards with all A’s.

The standard advice given to someone that can’t hit the par (points…

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