Stress and Accuracy vGuns

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  1. Hamster

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    actually a good idea. practice how you play. chances are if you're blasting at someone in a war you aren't shooting calm and collected or under ease. a lot of sports training has this in mind when they set up training.
     
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    His KB swing looks off..
     
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    You swing a kettlebell, how can you mess that up?
     
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    idunno it looks weird.

    cool though. doesn't the military do stress training?
     
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    Im guessing nothing can fully prepare you for the stress/intensity of combat but this is probably a good step toward that.
     
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    Looks fine to me. All the work coming from the hips. Maybe he could keep his chest up a little more. :dunno:
     
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