Look For The Details Here:

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….Okay look at the following video and pick out details in the training.  Look for off balancing, relaxation, how the movement works, etc.

See You On The Mats!

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8 Responses to Look For The Details Here:

  1. tgace says:

    Interesting stuff. The only “thing” I have with those sort of techniques for mil/le use is that when you put on a duty belt/body armor/vest/long gun/helmet/etc. doing some of those agility intensive level changing leg attacks are not quite so easy to pull off or recover from.

  2. Brian VanCise says:

    Hey Tgace thanks for stopping by.

    I agree in that a duty belt with all the tools of the trade definitely changes
    what you can do.

  3. tgace says:

    Maybe I’m just aging, but wearing all that gear has a “sneaking up” cumulative effect on me. I feel all “hardcore” when I first gear up and feel like bending over to pick something up by days end a chore lol!

  4. Brian VanCise says:

    You know I had a similar episode this year with my winter coat and all the tactical tools I was carrying. So I can understand completely.

  5. Mike Hamer says:

    One of these days we should expiriment with doing some of our techniques while wearing some sort of equipment…..well I guess we do do that whenever we spar with rattan, but ya know what I mean.

  6. Brian VanCise says:

    You know Mike we should do more of that. However our winter training fits the bill for that as well. Jackets, hats, gloves, boots, etc. We will have to have an outdoor class soon in regular jeans, etc.

  7. jks9199 says:

    For LE — it’s different depending on what sort of rig you’re wearing, too.

    I can move in some ways with a regular gunbelt and vest that I can’t with a tactical vest because of all the crap attached to the tac vest. Bicycle gear is yet another issue… as is plainclothes.

    At a bare minimum, I carry about 30 pounds of gear (vest, gunbelt & accessories, boots, etc.) in uniform. That extra poundage all by itself is a factor in movement!

    For my students, I try to have periodic classes in “street clothes” because the reality is that they aren’t likely to be attacked while wearing training clothes.

  8. Brian VanCise says:

    I agree that periodic training in street clothes is a must. Like yourself I carry an few extra items as well and depending on what I am wearing at the time will also dictate where I place them. So I have to practice wearing these items in several places.

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