SILAT: Finding the footsweep – Guro T. Kent Nelson

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SILAT: Finding the footsweep – Guro T. Kent Nelson

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Brian R. VanCise
Note: This blog is opinion only and neither Instinctive Response Training LLC or Brian R. VanCise are responsible for any third party actions.

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Wrapping Up A Couple Of Intense Weeks Of Training…

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So we just wrapped up a couple of intense weeks of training for our current Law Enforcement Academy.  Last week was Defensive Tactics, which was intense and we followed it up with the always intense Firearms Range training.  Looking forward to a break and then gearing up for the next Academy!

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Brian R. VanCise

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So in preparing for the Academy firearms training this week I went to the range a couple of day’s over the weekend.  My groupings were excellent which was a little bit of a surprise because I haven’t had the opportunity to shoot for a while.  What I have had the opportunity to do was practice with my SIRT Laser Trainers.  Training with the SIRT Trainers allowed me to work all of the fundamentals and not experience any kind of drop off when I went to the range.  Now, to give you an idea of what I was working on was that I consider anything less than a bullseye a failure.  Out of maybe around three hundred rounds I only experience a half a dozen drop offs from the bullseye area.  I believe the SIRT trainer’s have really helped my skill set and I am reaffirmed for training with it.

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Brian R. VanCise

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Intensity…

Is your training intense enough?  Are you really getting after it?  Does your training leave you exhausted?  If it doesn’t then you are failing in your quest for effective personal protection skills.  So, are you training intense enough or are you failing in your training?  Most of the people I encounter training in the Martial Sciences for personal protection reasons are failing in their training.  They may be getting excellent technical training but they fail to work hard enough to develop their cardio and attributes.  Or they are the exact opposite in that they have great cardio but the technical training they receive is awful.  You need a combination of both intensity that develops your mindset, cardio plus attributes and excellent technical training.  This is essential if you want to have effective personal protection skill sets that will allow you to succeed in a moment of violence!

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Brian R. VanCise

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Sorry…

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Brian R. VanCise

Sorry I have been off line for a bit.  After returning from Bali and getting back to work I have been extremely busy with a Las Enforcement Academy Defensive Tactics Training.  Next week the same group of Academy cadets will be at the Firearm Range where I will help in their instruction to prepare them for their future career!  Love this job!

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Brian R. VanCise

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My New Keris…

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So while I was traveling, training and enjoying Bali I had the opportunity to pick up this beautiful Keris.  The Keris is a very special wavy bladed dagger found in Indonesia, Malayasia and the Southern Philippines.  This beautiful one from Bali is simply very finely crafted and was worth every penny!

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Brian R. VanCise
Note: This blog is opinion only and neither Instinctive Response Training LLC or Brian R. VanCise are responsible for any third party actions.

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