There has been a lot of media attention lately, focusing on the efforts of Warriors. The attention from these critics may cause our front line Warriors to question themselves and create an opportunity for hesitation during critical…Read More
Active Shooter Situations are an unfortunate part of the world we live in today. Now we may not be able to avoid the incident all together, but with a little bit of knowledge we can…
As professional Warriors, we all know that there are many challenges associated with training. Sometimes it’s the cost, the proximity, the time or the process of trying to find a credible trainer. Regardless of what the challenges (excuses) are, we owe it to our family’s, our colleagues and ourselves to maintain our skills. Recently I found one of the best ways to maintain my skills
I recently deployed with my protectee to New York City during the United Nations General Meeting. During our short time there I had the opportunity to work with some truly awesome Warriors and see some…
I am a big endorser of anything relating to combatives, fighting arts and physical protection skills. I have honed my skills over the years and helped others develop theirs. A big problem I have noticed lately is a decrease in offensive fighting skills when it comes to recruit and in service training for many organizations. This wouldn’t be an issue if our world had become less violent, with a decrease in attacks on Warriors. Although I do not have any statistics to back up this point, I believe that violence is increasing and attacks on those who protect others are also on the rise. I strongly believe that Warriors involved in training, leading and front line operations need to increase their fighting skills; for the following reasons.
“In battle you will never rise to the occasion, you will only sink to the level of your training”