There’s an adage in the training world; “tools for the toolbox”. but are people really building a complete and useful panoply of skills, or collecting hammers?
A tremendous amount of what we communicate is done without saying a word. We look at some of the things to look for when interacting with people.
Here’s to hoping for a safe, happy, and productive 2021 – while acknowledging that it was very likely the first in a series of very troubled years.
A short blog post bringing some perspective to the wider world as we navigate Inauguration Day.
In the military and martial culture, “tier 1” refers to the very best – those with the most money and best equipment. We discuss the reality: we’re ‘tier none’.
Holsters are one of the first places people default to “It works for me” logic. Here’s why that really means “I’ve never really tested it.”
Chances are you already know that trying to shoot two long guns at once is a bad idea… we tackle the topic from a rational perspective in “Dual Wielding”.
In this Article, we confront the “G-Wrap” technique and give our thoughts on why this technique doesn’t hold up based on our experiences in real world fights.
In this article we discuss when and how knives should be considered as an option on the self-protection spectrum. Ignore the clichés and study the short blade.
Most people teaching self defense have never been punched in the face. we give a personal, practical, and raw view of fights and how they affects your life.