Self-Protection & Street Combatives
From zero to 100% .. in tenths of seconds.
Unarmed self-defense is the foundation of our training, the members here learn to defend themselves with a few, but very effective techniques, applications, and motion patterns against attacks of all kinds.
We use instinctive movements and motions to acheive the desired results of street safety because in stressful or violent encounters, the thought process can become overloaded or scrambled - instinct takes over and instinct leads to survival. We work to get the practitioner to react automatically and efficiently to an undesirable or potentialy violent situation by firmly establishing repetitive basic exercises.
Our combat system might not look very aesthetic, but it works regardless of age, gender, and stature. Of course as in any self defense system - proficiency of the practitoner depends on dedication, training time, good instructors and attacker scenario preparations.
No system can guarantee you'll emerge unharmed from an altercation - but learining our self defense tactics could make a definite difference in the outcome and increase your chances of avoiding a trip to the ICU or something worse.
Without ferocity, determination, and above all without the ability to switch your mentality from victim to warrior, you will not survive a street fight - the mental attitude determines victory or defeat.
Remember, a conflict could start harmlessly but suddenly turn into a fight to the death, but if you radiate a self confidence, you may decrease your chances of being picked as a victim by a potential attacker.
Perpetrators of violence always seek an easy victim - people who exude confidence are more likely to fight back and cause problems for an attacker looking for a quick score. Even though the aim of our training is to avoid violent situations, or enabling an escape opportunity, the sad truth is, this is not always possible.
Also integrated into our training, we have prevention and de-escalation exercises to show how conflict situations can be avoided or de-escalated. We also address the use of everyday objects as weapons. Umbrella, ashtray, pen, cane or crutch - all items can be used as a weapon. So we can train realistically with intent, we have a large selection of padded "everyday objects" for our training purposes.