Many of us are familiar with rolling our feet heel to toe and keeping the knees bent to steady the rifle while shooting on the move. Here we breakdown the body mechanics even further with some students on the range. Walking with a wider stance and/or feet on an angle will make your hips sway left to right as you walk making your sites sway across the target side to side. By keeping you feet straight and walking with your feet narrow (like walking a tight rope) you will immediately see a reduction in sway while you move. Hope that helps!
Rich Graham of Full Spectrum Warrior gives a functional progression from the standing position to the supine position by offering a glimpse into the Combat Mobility System.
The Combat Mobility System is a comprehensive guide to the efficient movement with firearms.
Learn how to move better, more efficiently and more effectively while also reducing the chance of injury in dynamic environments.
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In this video I explain why you should practice changing eyes when switching hands, even with a handgun.
For the full scoop, members of the Full Spectrum Warrior can check out the Combat Mobility System Video on ambidextrous shooting.
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We have received many questions about the Combat Mobility System (CMS). The main concerns normally are about, "why would you do that fancy stuff, and not just get down fast?" So, we took the opportunity to go to the range and test the movements for time, and what you will see here is the the CMS movements are actually faster, and reduce the chance of injury to the shooter in the process. So, remember the old saying "work smarter, not harder" and learn more about these techniques here at Full Spectrum Warrior.