Monthly Archives: May 2012

Just Back In From Mammoth and Death Valley!

I spent the weekend up in the mountains surrounding Mammoth with a little skiing and then a trip to Death Valley!  Enjoy the pictures! Mammoth Mountain Sand Dunes Ubehebee Crater  Scotty’s Castle Seek inspiration and travel and explore!  Life offers … Continue reading

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Procrastination!!!

I personally do not know one single person that does not procrastinate at some time or points in their life.  It would seem that most people procrastinate every now and then.  However, if you procrastinate you do tend to miss … Continue reading

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Passionate!

Besides family life I am completely passionate about the Martial Sciences.  Not just Instinctive Response Training but all of the Martial Sciences and Arts out there.  I like them all and want to explore as much as I can of … Continue reading

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Modern Arnis Dumog With Remy Presas Jr.

Here is some seminar footage of Dr. Remy Presas Jr. Enjoy! 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. Visit us at: … Continue reading

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Bob Maxwell Bando Instructor Teaching Jordanian Special Forces

  Hand to Hand combat training with the Jordanian special forces by Bob Maxwell! Here is a link to Mr. Maxwell’s biography: http://www.worldwidedojo.com/sport-based/maxwell-bob   Brian R. VanCise Note: This blog is opinion only and neither Instinctive Response Training LLC or … Continue reading

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  Here is a Ralek Gracie video clip on mount control utilizing the leg hooks. While personally I am not a big leg hook person it does work and can be effective when utilized appropriately. Brian R. VanCise Note: This blog … Continue reading

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