• 08 2016 January

    TPC National Law Enforcement MultiGun Championship

    The Tactical Performance Center is proud to present the National Law Enforcement MultiGun Championship, hosted by the Utah Peace Officer’s Association! We believe that competition shooting is an irreplaceable component in a well-rounded LE training package, so we are proud to be the title sponsor of this Law Enforcement Only MultiGun

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    UPOA Match Competitor

    The Tactical Performance Center is proud to present the National Law Enforcement MultiGun Championship, hosted by the Utah Peace Officer’s Association! We believe that competition shooting is an irreplaceable component in a well-rounded LE training package, so we are proud to be the title sponsor of this Law Enforcement Only MultiGun

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  • 11 2015 September

    Specific Strength Training for Shooting Part 1 – The Grip Strength Workout

    This is a little off the beaten path in terms of what we normally see in the world of strength training and that is specific training to improve shooting performance with the handgun for high speed action shooting events, self-defense or combat.   The demands of the shooting grip for

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    Ron Avery discussing Grip Strength

    This is a little off the beaten path in terms of what we normally see in the world of strength training and that is specific training to improve shooting performance with the handgun for high speed action shooting events, self-defense or combat.   The demands of the shooting grip for

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  • 25 2015 August

    Peak Performance Training Guidelines

    By Ron Avery, created for PoliceOne.com   I get asked quite frequently about how to train, what training drills should be done and how to increase performance in specific areas. It seems that everybody wants to improve something and is looking for things to “add to the toolbox”.   Before long,

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    Peak Performance Training with Ron Avery, Optimize your training time to maximize results.

    By Ron Avery, created for PoliceOne.com   I get asked quite frequently about how to train, what training drills should be done and how to increase performance in specific areas. It seems that everybody wants to improve something and is looking for things to “add to the toolbox”.   Before long,

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