“It’s as simple, and as difficult as that…” – Jerry Miculek after a mind blowing demonstration of shooting skill. My downfall has been to expect simple things to be easy. After all, the explanation was simple; do these steps, (usually 2-3 steps at most). The execution proved to be anything but simple. It was like hard physical labor.
We all know shooting is as simple as holding the sights on the intended point of impact until after the round leaves the muzzle. Now do that 6 consecutive times in under 2 seconds from the holster on a target at 7 yards and keep all the rounds in the A zone. It’s as simple and as difficult as that.
A sweep or throw is pretty simple. Load them on a leg/knee. Knock that leg/knee out from under them. Now do it against a resisting opponent. It’s as simple and as difficult as that.
We all know this, and I realize I’m preaching to the choir but sometimes the choir needs to hear the message. Just because it’s simple doesn’t mean it’s easy.