At first, that seems like a pretty bad idea, and the beginning of your jail time. But what if you were right? Could you prove it?
Yes: you can prove it.Read More
Where: 171 Magnolia Blvd. Burbank CA 91502 5 Hours: 1pm – 6pm Only $50 – PreRegister Now for this Price!
Where: 171 Magnolia Blvd. Burbank CA 91502
5 Hours: 1pm – 6pm
Only $50 – PreRegister Now for this Price!
I’ll be teaching a 5 hour long “Surviving a Knife Attack” seminar Sunday August 12 in Burbank.
It starts at 1pm (that’s the earliest we could get the Aikido dojo) and goes until 6.
****Even if you’re not in L.A. throw a rock at someone you know who is and let them know****Read More
Today we have a post from Kasey Keckeisen, a Police Officer, SWAT team leader, SWAT training coordinator, martial artist, and a guy I hope to meet in the near future. He’s also friends with Rory Miller and Marc MacYoung, who have written for this blog in the past. Kasey writes such insightful posts for his own blog, that I asked him to write something for us here. Fortunately, he said yes – you will almost certainly enjoy what he has to say, and I hope you’ll leave some feedback, or ask some questions below, so Kasey can follow-up with an answer. Enjoy …Read More
Citizens’ Arrests are certainly still rare, even among proactive groups like the Guardian Angels. Whenever something becomes particularly rare, it’s even more important to make sure we know how to do it properly if and when we need that skill.
Take a random skill category:
- We’re all pretty good at tying our shoes, since we do it all the time.
- However, I think most people would draw a blank pretty quickly if asked to show ten different knots.
- handcuffing basics
- contact & cover
- legal aspects of self defense
- legal aspects of a “citizen’s arrest”
- team take-downs
- subject safety
- and a whole lot of little details
This is the second half of an awesome series of important (and not so common) safety and security tips from the guys who live in the midst of some crazy violence every day. Make sure you also read the Fortis Safety Tips Part 1, which includes my favorite phrase “Peek-a-bang”.Read More