Having produced personal defense videos for instructional purposes since the early 2000s, Rob Pincus is a big believer in video as an educational medium. He discusses how you can learn self defense training from video and also discusses some aspects of training you need to get hands-on experience with. Concepts can be understood through video as you would from reading a book. You can also learn about physical skills and comprehend how something is done … but that doesn’t mean you can do it. Self defense training skills will develop faster when practiced regularly.
Doing anything efficiently means accomplishing your goal with as little time, energy and effort as possible. When it comes to stopping violence, what are the most efficient ways to stop or avoid it? Avoidance Avoidance is definitely a strategy for efficiently stopping violence. If you remove yourself from the area where violence is occurring orWatch Now >>
In a defensive shooting class, once the students have established the fundamentals of kinesthetic alignment and their intuitive defensive shooting, one of the most important things they have to deal with is the refinement of their self-defense trigger control. Applications of Trigger Control A lot has been written and a lot has been said aboutWatch Now >>
The Shooting in Motion Drill is a dynamic advanced drill. Be sure that all participants have had extensive practice presenting from the holster while moving rapidly offline (lateral movement) and clearly understand the safe backstop areas on the range.Watch Now >>
Omari Broussard, founder of 10X Defense, has been training law enforcement, military and private-citizen students for over 20 years. He has observed that, in the private sector, people’s training goals change over time. Initial Training Goals When a person makes the decision to learn to develop skills to protect themselves and their family, whether itWatch Now >>