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Course Curriculum

Ways to Practice 00:05:00
The Flinch 00:15:00
The Program 00:10:00
As you likely know by now, the purpose of this program is to provide a means for people to learn to protect and value themselves and their loved ones by giving them the efficient tools to do so.
The Tools 00:07:00
North – Deeper Understanding 00:05:00
Compression 00:05:00
Discussing methodology and need for compression in close quarters hitting, best practices, and alternative methods.
Basic Explosive Footwork 00:06:00
Simple Introduction to Explosive Footwork for Power Generation
Generating Powerful Strikes 00:07:00
It'll take a little practice but it's possible to create devastating power from 0 space when you compress and use footwork as well as body torque.
ECQ Striking Demonstration 00:06:00
Deeper Understanding 00:05:00
Avoiding Attacks 00:12:00
Learning to use our defensive reactions to evade attacks.
The Shield 00:17:00
Shield Wall 00:30:00
Spear 00:03:00
Deeper Understanding 00:10:00
Limb Disruptions 00:10:00
Limb Disruption Drills 00:30:00
Various drills for learning to destroy and disrupt an attackers limbs and flow.
Secondary Targets 00:03:00
Deeper Understanding 00:30:00
Basic Base Disruption Kicks 00:05:00
There are some basic tools of Disruption. They involve stomping, oblique kicks, and knees primarily. There are a lot of different ways to use them as we'll work through.
Base Disruption Targets 00:02:00
The targets are above the knee in most cases because your goal is to disrupt the structure of the individual.
Base Disruption Exploration 00:05:00
Exploration of base disruptions through the use of drilling, scenarios, and orientation changes.
Going Deeper—Disrupting Patterns 00:07:00
Learning to disrupt patterns is a key to personal growth.
Catches/Catching 00:10:00
As it sounds, the purpose of this level is to "catch" the attacking limb. That mostly means to interrupt the flow of attacks sufficiently enough to redirect, flank, or produce space for further disruption or countering and ultimately fleeing.
More Latching and Hooking 00:08:00
Latching and hooking are necessary aspects of attachment to an opponent, along with catching but the purpose is not only to defend but to create a stronger or better angle to work from.
Flanking 00:08:00
The ultimate goal of some of the hand methods is to get "offline" from the attacks and the best way to do that is through flanking.
D.6.4 Going Deeper 00:00:00

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