Applying Neuroscience Research to Tactical Training System Design and Training Delivery
Building Shooters is not just another book about firearms training; it applies the principles of cutting-edge brain science directly to the challenges facing today’s law enforcement officers, police trainers, military and others who require clinical tactical skills in environments that demand expert level decision-making. The first book of its kind, it not only addresses training at an individual level but also considers organizational needs and priorities. Dustin Salomon outlines a groundbreaking approach to training system design that will improve performance, limit organizational liability and reduce the time, cost and resource dependence associated with developing functional tactical skillsets.
“Critical to the development of anyone who really wants to learn how to shoot well."
- Mike Seeklander, USPSA Grandmaster, Steel Challenge World Champion, Author of The Art of Instruction
“One of the more important books of our time...”
-Kenneth Murray, Author of Training at the Speed of Life
"Details how to effectively and efficiently teach the art of shooting by evaluating what is understood about the brain.”
- Jeremy Sword, Ph.D., Neuroscience
“Offers the clearest, simplest, most well-founded psychomotor training program I have seen for developing shooting skills...”
-Dr. Bill Lewinski, Executive Director, Force Science Institute
- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Innovative Services and Solutions LLC (March 12, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0692621784
- ISBN-13: 978-0692621783
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.4 x 10 inches
About the Author:
Dustin Salomon is a former naval officer and a certified law enforcement firearms instructor. He has been professionally engaged with firearms, security, and tactical training and operations since 1996. Dustin also operates a blog intended for professional instructors at www.buildingshooters.com.