No I'm not trying out for the Olympic BiAthlon
I'm just trying to get in some training that might help in situations. I shoot about once a week....and about once a month with a few hollowpoints that I keep in the mag. I spend some $$$ shooting the rounds I intend to defend myself with...but I figure I need to know how I will shoot with them in the gun as well as practice rounds....I wondering if training after a bit of a sprint...just to get a little tired, breathing hard...and maybe shakey would be beneficial? I guess my thinking is.....if I at least train a little bit in that situation (maybe running away...being chased...who knows) I might react a bit better if the real thing comes.