My Normal Range Warm Up Routine

My Normal Range Warm Up Routine

hey guys wanted to give you a glimpse into my warm up routine folks may be surprised that I don't usually just walk out of the range you just start shooting in fact if I go out to the range I may spend twenty minutes out there and barely shoot any because I'm just kind of doing my warm-up stuff what I'm really looking to accomplish is keep sharp all the gun fighting ish skills so I'm not working lots of reloads and stuff which is freakishly small chance of ever actually needing in a fight or something else like that so target transitions fast draws also I don't just go for it I don't come out and try to set a bench press record every time I workout instead I'm just nice and smooth and slow and it'd be quite boring to you but I'll speed it up and just try to give you an overview so here I go I'm gonna start with an empty gun there we go you see I went nice and slow and I'm just making my presentation this is painfully slow for me and I'm looking for absolutely perfect sight picture and a little bit of a bowl tonight presentation I didn't like as much and I just do this I'm not going quick and then I may try some angles with just one or two steps off big sidestep big sidestep now start trying to do some more turns and now I'm kind of thinking more scenario is terrible going too fast I need to slow it down notice I prep my trigger each time nice and smooth ins love little I'm picking a spot each time I'm trying to break contact a little bit more when I'm moving quick I'm trying to let my legs move independently of my upper body so my upper body is a nice tight platform that just kind of glide as my legs move me around and this brings me to the next kind of thing I this is no recent stuff I like doing is I'll pick some small objects put my sights on it and then try not to let it move as my lower body moves me very quickly around big steps and I'm trying to glide and never lose my sight picture here we go then I'll start working stuff from retention nice and smooth and slow all right issue just do some nice straws to warm up your life I'm good shots speed up my drawn trigger now I do a little stepping off line when I do it cumbersome retention stuff and now just for kind of a maintenance routine if I'm going to work out kind of on the range I'll do this stuff another thing that I'm not displaying here is just nice fundamental accuracy where I'll put it out at 7 yards and just try to keep around that keeps my fundamentals good and my skill set is good this is stuff as more parents when I want to be fast on the gun and nice and safe and do dynamic movement and then my fundamentals of just making sure that they don't drop that they don't drop hope you enjoyed it this is my kind of range warmup

25 Replies to “My Normal Range Warm Up Routine”

  1. Where I currently live there are only indoor ranges,so there is really no opportunity to do any kind of movement at all while shooting live rounds. It was so helpful to see you go through your routine. At least I can try to duplicate that during my dry-fire practice at home. until someone like you shares movement with us so that we can see how to do it, we don't even know where to start. Thank you again.

  2. Tactical flailing and honcho rolls are great for movies. This is REAL work. I do similar routines at home dry. Practice above tacticool is what wins real fights.

  3. I watched this video when I first subscribed to your channel and have recently been going back over some videos. I had a question. Are you truly finding your sights before your first shot?

    Thank you for all you’ve done on this channel and thank you for your service!

  4. Thanks for another great video @warriorpoet once I am able to do a CC course I would like to try these drills but start off by dry firing until I have it down pat perfectly.

  5. That was stunning. Made me realize how many "shooters" don't bother to maintain their physical shape and skills. They just assume that these very perishable abilities are still there when they might not be at all or at least severely degraded.

  6. I would love to have just one hours worth of training with this man to him or some it would seem like an overload of information but in that one hour he will make you and have a better understanding of techniques required buy you as a gun carrier to be more efficient at the current state and level you are at I only see opportunity for improvements buy a masterful pistol technician

  7. Great dry fire exercises and maneuvers to do in the living room but when I’m at the range, time is money. Costs money to be there and I need to use the hour that I have to work on live fire drills (trigger control, sight alignment, recoil management, etc)

  8. Some questions:
    1. Isn't it important, ESPECIALLY with appendix carry to get a quick visual check inside the holster before reholstering?
    2. Where can as normal person do this!? Every single range in existence has other people there.

  9. You should do a funny video of you doing all your moves with no gun and to music lol you kinda look like you're doing the waltz 🤣🤣🤣

  10. Kinda had a slow mo, Tia chi cross, dance moves happening there, well done. My balls ascended when the loaded gun went in the crouch holster, but you know what u are doing. Like your vids.

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