The Bucket…

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This morning I had a really good workout on the Heavy Bag and Ground and Pound Bag.  I have a timer app that I love that allows me to set a workout up.  I warmed up with the Heavy Rope for 5 minutes.  After the warm up I then got into the meat of the workout.  This morning I did 6 rounds of 5 minutes each.  One round on the Heavy Bag and then one round on the Ground and Pound Bag.  That is 30 minutes or intense striking, which was really working that cardio!  What is this bucket thing that is mentioned in the title?  Well, most places that are really serious about training have a Puke Bucket.  When athletes are training and pushing their body to the limit some times they are going to throw up.  While this may not happen all that often when it does it is really nice to have a Puke Bucket hanging around.   Trust me on this!  If you are serious about your training at some point you are going to push your body to the limit and beyond.  Have a bucket handy if you are training indoors. 

Brian R. VanCise
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So Today Was Another Day Of Defensive Tactics Training…

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I showed up to work today and was on the board to teach Defensive Tactics.  Topics covered were Movement, Personal Weapons, Escort, Handcuffing and Search Incident To Arrest, Weapon Retention and Weapon Disarms.  Law Enforcement DT’s are essential and having regular refresher courses are very important.  My advice to any Law Enforcement personnel is to constantly train so that you master your department’s DT’s.  There is a saying that you need to practice something ten thousand times before you are proficient at it.  Put that practice in so that you will be proficient and able to use the skill sets.  Plus seek out additional training so that your skill sets are at a high level because we work in potentially violent situations.  Train, train and train some more!  So that in the moment you are prepared!

Brian R. VanCise
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Muay Thai Prison Fights On Vice…

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Muay Thai prison fights on Vice…

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Intro To Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Part 1 & Part 2, Part 3 & Part 4…

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Everyone that knows me knows that I truly enjoy Brazilian Jiujitsu.  Since the early 90’s it has always been a part of my life.  In this four video introduction Rener Gracie gives you some history and basics.

Intro To Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Part 1 & Part 2, Part 3 & Part 4…

 

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Street Fight Compilation…

Here is a video compilation of some steet fights.  Real graphic violence…

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Finding The Time…

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Let’s face it some times it is difficult finding the time to train.  Work, family and other commitments can really get in the way.  In my experience you have to make the time and make your training a priority.  Even if you cannot get in your regular work out routine, you need to find a way to get in some kind of workout to stay sharp.  If I am getting up early and thinking I might be working a double shift I will try to get up fifteen minutes earlier so that I can get in some kind of calisthenics or some kind of weight bearing exercises.  If I do not feel that there is enough time, I might get to work on the Wooden Dummy.  If I did not get in a workout in the morning when working a double I will try to slip in a little training time right after work and before bed.  I make it a priority and this ensures that even at the time when I do not have a lot of time for working out, I manage to get in a some kind of exercise.  Find the time and you will almost always feel good!

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Brian R. VanCise

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