Green Beret vs. FMA
Knife tactics for gun fighters featuring Jared Wihongi.
I just got back from Belize! This vacation was great and I tried to stay active by snorkeling, fishing and more. While snorkeling I swam with Ray’s, nurse sharks, turtles and so many different kinds to fish. While fishing I caught a nurse shark and ramora which were released. I also caught a barracuda and a lot of different kinds of fish. Belize is beautiful with an amazing barrier reef!
Often when talking to martial practitioners and listening to how they train. I find that when hearing about their training regimen they seem comfortable. Meaning, that their cardio, weight lifting and technical training is not really pushing them to their limits. Instead, they have found a comfortable place and decided to stay there. When looking at your training are you pushing to your limits or are you comfortable? Each and everyone of us has great potential but very few people actually reach their potential because most people achieve a certain level of skill in their martial training and then start to relax and eventually regress. Your training needs to be varied and structured so that you are pushed. You need times when you relax as well and that should be structured into your individual program. The question you have to ask is are you pushing to your limits? Are you making gains? Is your training easy? If it is you need to reevaluate and make some changes!!!
I had a great time at our Instructor Qualification. It is always good to get out to the range and shoot!