Re refines the speed and efficiency of Castro’s draw.
“To speed up the draw, what we want to do is be in the position we’re going to shoot at when we start,” Re says. “Start there and bring the gun up to it.”
Re then has Castro draw with eyes closed to feel the positions.
“What that’s going to do is put your natural point of aim centered up in the target,” the expert says.
Breaking down the positions and slowly drilling them helps Castro shave even more time off his draw.
“That’s really where speed comes from is that repetition of these little skills and getting real efficient at them and putting them together and then just letting them happen—and it goes fast,” Re says.
Additional reading: CrossFit’s Right on Target by Dave Re, published March 29, 2009.