When it comes to combatives training, not all roads lead to Rome. In fact, most of the roads people tread lead to nowhere. So in order to get good results, combatives training has to be ...Read More
How does one lead a meaningful life? That's a question that plagued me for a very long time, right up until about five years ago in fact, when I finally found myself walking a purposeful ...Read More
It has been over five years now since I switched my training focus from traditional martial arts/self defence to combatives. In that time I have learned an awful lot, not only about combatives and real ...Read More
I'm very pleased to announce that my new book is now out in the Amazon Kindle store. The books full title is Combatives Instruction: Physical Self Defence Teaching And Training Methods For Instructors And Students, ...Read More
One of the biggest barriers I often see people create for themselves in training is falling into the trap of overthink, or overthinking things too much. Overthinking it leads to analysis-paralysis, which can be an ...Read More
Let me ask you this: During a physical altercation, is it better to close distance with your attacker or create space between you and your attacker? Your answer to that question will depend essentially on how ...Read More
This is an article written by Mick Coup. It was originally published on his Core Concepts Forum, but he has kindly given his permission to have it republished here. It's a great article and full ...Read More
"When I fight someone, I want to break his will. I want to take his manhood. I want to rip out his heart and show it to him." Mike Tyson There is a saying that I'm Read More...