I dryfire practiced Friday for two hours and Saturday for a little over an hour.
It didn't feel like drudgery at all so I guess I took sufficient amount of time off.
Worked the exercises from Steve Anderson's first book. Definitely faster than the last entries written in there
I still need to go back through last years blog entries and decide if logging practice in a blog provides any real insight.
Yeah, it holds me accountable but I may begin using a different method of tracking progress on drills and times.
I will start going back to Garretson for an hour a week of live fire. I think they begin that this week.
I believe doing that weekly paid off last year and prevented me from building bad habits in dryfire (like a sloppy grip and press)
There are only certain things I can work on in that environment but at least I can do it myself. I hate that 2 man rule at Big Sioux