Basics of Stance

Basics of stance, positioning and movement.
Whether fighting, moving or shooting one of the most
underrated and undervalued tools are teaching operators
exercises and drills to constantly be in good position. Good
position gives operators the ability to attack or defend at any
moment.

 

  • Definition and breakdown of stances

  • Drills that support muscular development of stances

  • Mental aspects of dealing with adversity and building mental strength

  • Drills supporting movement in and out of good positions

  • Exercises supporting addition movements in techniques in course

Principles of Control

Principles of controlling an adversary and techniques

  • How to close the distance on your adversary to further
    control or to temporarily control to then have the
    ability to disengage. Controlling an adversary is
    beneficial in moving or apprehending subjects, while
    having the ability to disengage gives the opportunity
    to create space to change the use of force in a scenario.

Close Quarter With Carbine

Structural close quarter scenarios for operators with carbine.
Scenario driven situations and techniques to overcome them.

  • The enemy can come from anywhere, especially when the structure is unknown to the operator.
    system and break contact in common engagements to be able to eliminate threats.

  • Operators will learn how to get adversary off primary weapon 

Hand to Hand Combat

Reversing the odds and eliminating the opponent's bid for
control. Students will learn how to properly leverage hand and
arm techniques in order to 'close the distance' and create
opportunities against a determined opponent. Instruction will
follow a building block approach, and will focus on a number
of core competencies for students to eventually conduct a
take-down or decisively break contact.


Takedowns

  • Understanding and executing the critical components of
    effective takedowns. This program couples the fundamentals
    of the take-down with the ways to maintain 'top-down'
    control, and covers a number of proven strategies that are
    learn how to deliberately engage and confidently control their used to bring one's adversary to the ground. Students will
    on stance, position, and movement.opponent throughout the take-down process. Heavy emphasis

Takedown Defense

  • Defending against an adversary who is determined to take you
    down. This program identifies the common positional
    weaknesses of the opponent, and gives students options to
    effectively counter a take-down attempt. Instruction will apply
    the fundamentals of defense to differing types of adversarial
    take-downs strategies. This program also examines the
    opportunities for counter-attack, and breaking contact.
    Heavy emphasis on stance, body mechanics, movement andposition.

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Ground Control

Controlling your adversary on the ground and
knowing how to make them submit.

  • This program also incorporates cuffing techniques,
    and protective disengagement strategies. This
    program also covers escapes from disadvantageous
    positions. Heavy emphasis placed on drills that
    support movement, positioning, and weight
    distribution. Students will quickly learn advanced
    ground-fighting positions and techniques which can
    be integrated into other techniques in series of
    movements.

  • Note: This program places a heavy (advanced)
    emphasis on positioning and transition-based control techniques.

Weapon Integration

Combative techniques with weapon integration and
retention (pistol/carbine)

  • Seamless integration of a firearm while physically
    engaged. This course combines standing controlling
    techniques with weapons integration to include
    firearms.

  • Material in previous courses are reintroduced
    emphasizing a high level of subject control and
    understanding of concepts and principles of Advanced
    Hand Fighting as well as firearms proficiency.

  • Covers weapon retention as well as integration.

Fighting inside and around vehicle

Take control of combative situations while in a
vehicle. This course covers positioning inside
vehicle with application of controlling
techniques while having the ability to
disengage.

  • Learn how to dictate actions from a confined
    space in different seating positions in vehicle to
    control, attack, or escape.

  • Students will be able to control a subject as well
    as be able to escape vehicle when the time arises.

Multiple Person Take Down

Multiply the effectiveness of takedowns and
control using groups with a plan of action.

  • This course covers utilization of controlling and
    takedown techniques in a multiple person
    scenario. Applies same proven techniques and
    principles in previous courses with 2 and 3 person groups.

  • This material covered will multiply the effects of
    more men utilizing strong foundational positions and techniques.

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Low Visibility/Undercover

  • Course based entirely around using civilian attire.

  • Controlling, utilizing of blade and firearm from

  • concealment while in controlling position, disengaging

  • with pistol integration, and egress from engagement.

  • Fighting positions from inside and around vehicle hand to

  • hand and with knife and firearm integration.

Principles of Control

  • Fighting and shooting are rarely done at the same time in trainings, yet in combat they are happening at the same time.

  • They say "life and death is in the gaps", this course fills those gaps. Teaching operators how to combine combative skills with weapon manipulation and integration with fast and accurate shooting. These skills are tested by time and in force on force scenarios. Scenarios can be done in simulation, paint marking rounds or live fire.

  • We can duplicate situations and scenarios others have previously encountered, but not the future. Therefore, this course is designed to help operators think.

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