Quora: July 16th

You may or may not have heard of Quora. It is a website where people go to ask questions, and others go to answer those questions. You can ask anything you want and tag it into various categories. I’ve been hopping on here every now and again to engage with others. See how people are…

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Actions Speak Louder Than… Certs

As with anything in life, continuing to learn and to grow is of the utmost importance. Getting outside of your comfort zone, surrounding yourself with people that are smarter than you, trying new things. These are all necessary. In the world of teaching, especially strength and conditioning or self defense, it’s imperative to continually seek…

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All or Nothing

Over the course of my teaching and training I’ve noticed a trend that is, in my opinion, holding many people back from really reaching their true potential. I refer to it as the “all or nothing” mentality. The idea that whatever trainer they train with must have all the answers… Or on the flip side……

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There’s No “Long Game” In Self Defense

The argument over what system is “the best” for self defense, has been beaten to death for years. Every day it happens, in a hundred different ways. A few people may change their mind or “come to the light” (some for better and some for worse), but the reality is, this argument solves nothing. The…

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It Takes a Village… So Don’t Be A Dick

The last few days I’ve seen several people on the interwebs chastising people for teaching Active Shooter courses. I’m not talking about the ignorant crazy people who think the training is stupid because “all you need is a gun” or “no average person can fight back against a gunman.” No, I’m talking about something much…

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You Can’t Say That

You Can’t Say That The following is the beginning of an actual text conversation I had with my sister a few days ago (emojis included) Sister: Bro… I love you. But you can’t say “dick” in your book! :-0 Me: Sure I can. 🙂 She is referencing a section in the end of the book…

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