Fitness for Baton & Shooting Skills Improvement (4 or 8 hours)

Instructor: James Di Naso

Baton strikes need to be fast and powerful to insure compliance
so that resistance is brought to a prompt conclusion.  Firearms,
when employed, rely on forearm strength, arm stability, and
quickness in order to improve shooting performance.  In this
course, officers will learn how to apply the principles of kinesiology
to the development of skills in both areas. Tactical movement skills
including evasive maneuvers and improving shooting proficiency
while moving are addressed.  This course is ideal for baton and
firearms instructors and will help improve performance and reduce
overuse injuries sustained during baton and firearms training.


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