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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneytoney View Post
    Thanks for chiming in Coach. You was the main person I wanted to hear from. I really donít understand the whole system yet, so when those spreadsheets and stuff was posted I really didnít know what I was looking at.

    The order of events went like this:
    Found out he was coming close to me to host a class. WAS SUPER STOKED.

    Then he posted about him being suspended on Sep. 12.

    I paid for my class Oct. 4th...

    The ruling came out Oct. 15/16

    It is a bummer finding out heís trying to cheat into the same sport Iím working hard to better myself in. Feeling deceived because Iím trying to watch where and who i spend my money with and that was one of the selling point for me to sign up for his class. Not the rate of how he got there but because he was simply labeled a GM. Or M. At the same time I did learn at least one thing, so was it worth the $300?
    StoneyToney...

    This is unsolicited advice: Find a teacher that has the qualities you are looking for, and the abilities you want to try to one day have---and become his / her long-term student. If you look at successful boxers, wrestlers, mma fighters, martial artists, very few successful stories come from guys that travel a training circuit of lots and lots of coaches. They may have different coaches for different aspects of the game (strength-conditioning; standup; grappling, etc) but they work with those particular coaches for years and years and years, often times entire careers.

    I have never trained with Coach but if he teaches what you want---talk to him about how much you can spend a year and give it a go. None of my business, but that is my advice: Find THE guy and work with him consistently and practice his program hard. Good luck

  2. #32
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    AAR: Tony Cowdenís Pistol Class

    Quote Originally Posted by jkdbjj View Post
    StoneyToney...

    This is unsolicited advice: Find a teacher that has the qualities you are looking for, and the abilities you want to try to one day have---and become his / her long-term student. If you look at successful boxers, wrestlers, mma fighters, martial artists, very few successful stories come from guys that travel a training circuit of lots and lots of coaches. They may have different coaches for different aspects of the game (strength-conditioning; standup; grappling, etc) but they work with those particular coaches for years and years and years, often times entire careers.

    I have never trained with Coach but if he teaches what you want---talk to him about how much you can spend a year and give it a go. None of my business, but that is my advice: Find THE guy and work with him consistently and practice his program hard. Good luck
    Yes, I understand.

    I go to different instructors for the fact that training is simply fun for me. I also hear how instructors encourage you to go out and find different instructors. For instance Coach does great pistol work, but doesnít host any rifle classes. So I have to go find a rifle instructor. Another thing is, two different instructors teaching the same thing, BUT they have different deliveries on how to get the message across. I might not understand how instructor #1 wanted me to do it, but the way instructor #2 explains it automatically made something click in my brain. Also the only class that I havenít taken of Coach is the Carry League and thatís more of like a competition league. I would like to get a one on one session with him though.

    I have so many more instructors I want to train under honestly. Hereís a few (the list is a lot longer)

    Gabe White (coming in May 2020) (Pistol)

    Modern Samurai (Jonesboro, IN 2020) (Red-Dot Pistol / AIWB specialist)

    Steve Fisher (coming to Impact in 2020) (Rifle)

    Point 1 Tactics (coming to Impact in 2020) (Rifle)

    Sage Dynamics / Kinetic Consulting / MDFI for force on force training (goes to MTAC all the time)

    I also plan on going to a Reveres Riders rifle class.
    Last edited by stoneytoney; 1 Week Ago at 06:54.

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneytoney View Post

    I have so many more instructors I want to train under honestly. Hereís a few (the list is a lot longer)

    Gabe White (coming in May 2020) (Pistol)

    Modern Samurai (Jonesboro, IN 2020) (Red-Dot Pistol / AIWB specialist)

    Steve Fisher (coming to Impact in 2020) (Rifle)

    Point 1 Tactics (coming to Impact in 2020) (Rifle)

    Sage Dynamics / Kinetic Consulting / MDFI for force on force training (goes to MTAC all the time)

    I also plan on going to a Reveres Riders rifle class.
    You can do way way way way way worse.
    Amazing Grace, how sweet was her sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneytoney View Post
    Yes, I understand.

    I go to different instructors for the fact that training is simply fun for me. I also hear how instructors encourage you to go out and find different instructors. For instance Coach does great pistol work, but doesnít host any rifle classes. So I have to go find a rifle instructor. Another thing is, two different instructors teaching the same thing, BUT they have different deliveries on how to get the message across. I might not understand how instructor #1 wanted me to do it, but the way instructor #2 explains it automatically made something click in my brain. Also the only class that I havenít taken of Coach is the Carry League and thatís more of like a competition league. I would like to get a one on one session with him though.

    I have so many more instructors I want to train under honestly. Hereís a few (the list is a lot longer)

    Gabe White (coming in May 2020) (Pistol)

    Modern Samurai (Jonesboro, IN 2020) (Red-Dot Pistol / AIWB specialist)

    Steve Fisher (coming to Impact in 2020) (Rifle)

    Point 1 Tactics (coming to Impact in 2020) (Rifle)

    Sage Dynamics / Kinetic Consulting / MDFI for force on force training (goes to MTAC all the time)

    I also plan on going to a Reveres Riders rifle class.
    I have trained with Gabe, Scott , and Steve. You wont regret any of those. I still say Gabe White puts on one of if not the best run class out there, and I have been to a lot of them. I would like to get to a Sage Dynamics class still.
    Michael Swisher

  5. #35
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    Most important thing is you are working on improving.

    Did you get that drawn down below 3 seconds?

    Luddite Curmudgeon #2

  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by downrange72 View Post
    Most important thing is you are working on improving.

    Did you get that drawn down below 3 seconds?

    Haha youíre gonna have to wait and find out at the next carry Gun match.

    No more Glock 23...AND I have brass bullets just for you!!!

  7. #37
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    Thanks to the OP. I appreciate your time and effort.
    BTW, the picture you posted does represent a legitimate fighting stance, so keep up the good work.

    not rhino

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