It comes down to everyone taking responsibility for themselves.
The reality is, ignorance is bliss…. until it’s not. If you’re worried about being murdered in public by mass violence, ignoring the topic only creates and fuels fear. Exposing yourself to the topic, learning how guns work and what they sound like, learning how to fight, learning how to give medical care, etc… These things are what will help suppress that fear and set you up a higher likelihood of survival.
This is Riley Howell. Remember the name. Riley Howell Don’t forget it. Riley Howell Remember the face. 21 years old and he rushed the gunman during the… Read more “Riley Howell and lessons from the UNCC shooting”
One area often overlooked in programs is the practical use of striking from a standing position when getting hands on with an armed attacker. This potentially takes… Read more “ASR/RAK Defense: Striking from Standing”
The drills we laid out in the first nine videos of our ASR/RAK Defense series covers the majority of what we discuss and teach in our seminars.… Read more “ASR/RAK Defense: Takedown Concepts from Contact”
We’ve covered a lot of ground to this point and yet, in the realities of the fight, we are only talking mere seconds. From impact, to control,… Read more “ASR/RAK Defense Part 9: Break Things”
We’ve covered the high tackle, which again, in most cases we believe will be the most likely approach. However, we have to understand that hitting above the… Read more “ASR/RAK Defense Part 8: Low Tackle”
As we progress through this series, we begin to introduce more and more layers of what might happen and how the concepts help us to adapt. In… Read more “ASR/RAK Defense Part 5: Attacking the Back-Controlling the Body”
*audio cuts out a few times… not sure why, but such is life hah! To this point each version of the drill has started with hands already… Read more “ASR/RAK Defense Part 4: Closing Distance/Impact”
Pick Up a Copy of Warnings Unheeded on Amazon HERE I have been reading and listening to a lot of books the last few months and was… Read more “Book Review – Warnings Unheeded: Twin Tragedies at Fairchild Air Force Base by Andy Brown”