Ben Stoeger has spent his entire adult life developing his shooting and training skills. He currently is a full-time instructor for the sport of Practical Shooting. These classes are held all over the globe. In addition to Ben's busy teaching and competition schedule, he has written several books on the topic of Practical Shooting training. These books have been translated into Russian, Ukrainian, Chinese, and Spanish. His system sets the standard for students to meet all over the world.
In addition to being a full-time teacher, Ben has held the most prestigious titles in Practical Shooting. Ben has been USPSA National Champion multiple times. He has won the European Handgun Championships. His crowning achievement is becoming IPSC World Champion.
Joel Park has been shooting USPSA most of his adult life. Joel is a GM in USPSA Production Division, which is his passion for training and competing. He also enjoys other shooting sports such as 2 Gun, Pro Am, and bowling pin matches.
Regardless of the discipline, Joel’s enjoyment comes from the process of learning and getting better. The majority of his downtime is spent shooting, or thinking about shooting. Joel is a constant student of shooting and is always learning from as many sources as he can.
Joel is an accomplished coach and enjoys helping others learn and succeed. He has established himself in podcasting as a co-host on Practical Shooting After Dark and The Shoot Fast Podcast. Joel’s ability to relay information in an actionable and relatable method has set him apart. Joel also teaches shooting fundamentals classes and uses his refined ability to relay information to his students.
My name is Hwansik Kim; I’m a full-time shooter, instructor, and husband. The first time I shot competitively was in July 2014. I am training every day for one goal: to become an IPSC world champion. I earned the title of 2016 USPSA Area 1 Production champion during my second year of shooting. Recently, I finished 2nd overall at the 2017 US Carry Optics Nationals, 2nd overall at the IPSC US Nationals production division, and 5th overall at the 2017 US Production Nationals during my third year of shooting.
I was born and raised in Daejeon, South Korea. Until my friend in the U.S. brought me to a local indoor range, I never held a pistol in my life. A couple years later, I was introduced to USPSA competition where I felt a strong passion to start training for pistol shooting.
From day 1 of my competition shooting career, I started researching how to be the best at the sport. My training not only includes practice but lots of analysis. Since I didn’t grow up playing sports, I had to learn more than just shooting. I have studied other athletes from other sports such as soccer players, sprinters, and basketball players. As I love studying, my focus in training is always learning new things and my mission is to share what I have learned with as many people as possible.