Something warriors have learned many times over is that in combat, 'Movement Is Life'. Our Dynamic Movement Course is based entirely on both movement of the shooter, as well as the targets. Training which does not comprise of both these components, trained separately, then later concurrently, can be considered to be at best, at an intermediate level only and not truly routed in reality. 
Phase One addresses movement of the shooter, students are taught forward, rearward, lateral and oblique movement at varying speeds and the different applications to which the movements pertain in the tactical environment. We then step up into a higher gear introducing explosive movements originating from static starting positions, from initiation, then travel and on to control of inertia, set up and re-engagement with the threat, as well as level changes, cover optimization, escaping the kill zone and creating a tactical advantage using movement. 
Phase Two addresses moving targets, where techniques are taught as to how to engage different types of movement in all directions. Once all types of movement have been addressed, then combinations of different moving targets are introduced. Limited exposure targets are then combined with the above, in order to add an even higher level of skill requirement. By the end of this phase, the shooters have become accustomed to working well outside their comfort zone and are ready for the final phase of the training.
Phase Three combines courses of fire which include both moving shooter and moving target combinations. After completing drills applying fixed target engagement sequences, shooters then move on to non-fixed engagement and then finally onto blind sequences in which the shooters have no prior knowledge of the course of fire prior to engagement. This last phase represents the culmination of a long hard day of training, spent entirely outside the shooters' comfort zones, pushing their physical and mental abilities to the limits. It is a must for all shooters wanting to break into true to life skills training. 

Minimum Gear Requirements
Sturdy holster and belt
At least 2 magazine holders 
At least 3 magazines
Reliable Pistol
400 rounds of ammunition
Ear & Eye Protection
Peaked cap
Appropriate Clothing for Duty/Concealment and Weather
Food and beverages

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