Combatives Level 1
CAD $205.00 / package Register Now
Real world self defence techniques which can be replicated under stress and used to defend yourself against armed and unarmed attacks.
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Combatives / personal defensive tactics are raw, aggressive techniques for dealing with interpersonal violence in an immediate, effective manner. Learn to defend yourself from various armed and unarmed attacks efficiently and effectively with the ability to replicate under the physiological effects of imminent danger.
Course content includes:
Combatives are powerful, simple, efficient, easy to learn techniques that can be retained under stress. Nothing that cannot be reproduced by the average individual under stress will be trained. All techniques will rely on gross motor movement, economy of motion, and commonality with other movements to enable quick retention and progression. Skills are intentionally focused to reduce the number of decisions having to be made under stress, allowing speed of reaction time to increase and potential for a successful outcome to be increased. Combatives can be considered a complete defensive skill-set or can complement training in any martial art.
Skills practiced will include:
Combative's training is inherently physical by nature and carries with it the possibility injury or death. Students are required to sign a waiver prior to attending. For those concerned with the above, Silvercore recommends that third party insurance be purchased through an authorized insurance agency prior to attending.
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This is Sergey, your student from Combatives class, which held place last weekend. I would like to thank both you and Dan for those two exciting days. ...more – Sergey