Structure: In the chaos of an assault you do not take and stay in a “stance”; however, you do have structure and you do hit and leave positions where structure is vital. In martial arts there are various approaches or methods. Everyone will find their method, their approach. What works for one may not work […]
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Some of you might know that hopefully by the end of June my first book will be published: “Watch out for the Pointy End: Knife Defence Manual to Assist in Training Citizens, Law Enforcement and Security Personnel.” In the book, I give the same advice as most people teaching reality based do: Always watch out […]
Part 2 of the Pod cast I was a part of, this time featuring mainly Mr. Rory Miller (one of my favourite people) with a few comments thrown in by myself, and hosts Randy and Ryan. Rory Miller Pod Cast
I had so much fun talking self defence with Kelsey Campbell sitting in for Ryan Jespersen on 630 CHED in Edmonton. You can find the link below to listen June 2, 2017 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Self Defence Interview
Rick Wilson podcast on Randy King Live
Very nice when someone you truly respects gives you a compliment – thank your Rory Miller. From his blog (something everyone should read): http://chirontraining.blogspot.ca/2017/05/tea-with-dark-wizard.html Friday, May 26, 2017 Tea with the Dark Wizard Coffee, really. Last weekend taught a full two-day seminar dissecting principles and application at Randy King’s KPC Self Defense in Edmonton. Taking […]
I have a book coming out on my knife defence system and here is a testimonial from a participant in the Knife Defence seminar I gave at the 2017 Alberta Peace Officer’s Annual Convention
Almost there! I will soon be releasing my knife defence book and over a series of about six very short clips I will be telling a little about myself and the book. Next clip – My Goal for this book.
I will soon be releasing my knife defence book and over a series of about six very short clips I will be telling a little about myself and the book. Next clip – My journey seeking effective knife defence – Step Two.