Monthly Archives: November 2017

Weaver vs. Isosceles which to use?

Weaver vs. Isosceles which to use?  Modern competitive and combative shooting has gone to the Isosceles or a version of the modified Isosceles.  There are reasons for this one is the ability to manage recoil and another is that the … Continue reading

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Why We Grab The Handgun During a Handgun Disarm…

Why We Grab The Handgun During a Handgun Disarm… Here is a sample video from our IRT Online Training.  Enjoy!!! You can join our Online Training Adventure here:  IRT Online Brian VanCise See You On The Mats! Brian R. VanCise Note: … Continue reading

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In A World Full Of Distractions…

In a world full of distractions can you afford to walk around with your head down, looking at your phone?  I see this every day now.  People walking with their head down looking at their phone.  I had someone just … Continue reading

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Self-Defense, Combative’s And More At The Las Vegas Martial Arts Academy.

  I teach the Combatives class at the Las Vegas Martial Arts Academy.  We are the premier self-defense academy in all of Las Vegas.  My focus is on real world personal protection skill sets that work for anyone in the … Continue reading

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Knife Attack Caught On Camera…

Knife Attack Caught On Camera… 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: http://www.instinctiveresponsetraining.com Visit our store at: https://instinctiveresponsetrainingstore.ecwid.com/  

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Kettle Bells…

    Kettle Bells are some thing you should look into if you are not already using them.  I work out with kettle bells three times a week and I can tell you from a functional strength stand point that … Continue reading

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