Survival Strong Certification, Dragon Door

Survival Strong Certification, Dragon Door - Seminar (Smnr) Event on October 4, 2014 in Twin Cities, Minnesota USA

Fit to Fight Certification Seminar Twin Cities, MN October 4 - 5, 2014 Taught by Phil Ross and Max Shank This workshop is limited to 60 participants Workshop Code # FTF001 Register on-line or call 1-800-899-5111 for credit card orders. According to a report published by the U.S Department of Justice, you have an 83% chance of being the victim of violent crime at some point in your life. What measures have you taken to beat the odds? Are you prepared to handle the situation when violence comes knocking at your door? How will you react? Will you be able to protect yourself and your family? What will you do when faced with a home invasion? How will you handle a terrorist attack? What will you do in a situation with multiple attackers? How will you address the various weapons that you might face? Can you handle an attack from a wild dog? What will you do in an execution type assault? The art of learning how to defend yourself is developed through skills acquired in defensive tactics training. It’s not as simple as "how to defend against a choke". There are many factors to consider during your preparation. Not only must we consider mindset and avoidance, but we have to look at the actual types of technique application. There are different levels. The levels are determined by distance of the offender, speed of the attack, and circumstances. None of which you have control over. You can only control how you respond to these situations. The levels or types of situations are: Confrontation with a verbal exchange Confrontation with no verbal exchange Surprise attack when you are caught off guard Hostage situations Intercepting an attack with a preemptive strike All of these will be addressed in the Fit to Fight Certification seminar. Anyone may participate in the Fit to Fight workshops, however the student must meet certain requirements to become Fit to Fight Certified. Those who do not meet the requirements will receive a Certificate of Completion. The Fit to Fight Strength and Survival System combines bodyweight and defensive tactics expertise from Phil Ross and Max Shank. Together they've created a complete system that is practical, concise and unmatched. Not everyone has the time, inclination or circumstances to join a full-blown martial arts school and train for hours and hours a week to advance in a belt level. Fit to Fight is designed to be part of a martial arts program or as a Stand Alone System. Great strength and skill can be developed with very little or no equipment. The movements and techniques are designed for partner/small group and solitary practice. If it’s inconvenient at times to train with others, many of the techniques—pad work and the strength and conditioning elements—may be practiced alone. There are certain aspects of the training that require a partner. When training for actual combat, there is no substitute for actual human to human contact. Even though bag and pad work are strongly recommended, the variables of another human body cannot be replicated with an apparatus or in solo training. Register now for the FTF Certification Seminar on October 4-5, 2014 The Fit to Fight System covers this material: Mindset Survival Secrets The #1 mindset required to enhance your chances of survival… What to always do first in any dangerous confrontation… The vital mindset you need in place when you commit to physical action… The crucial target areas to strike and why…and what NOT to attempt… Learn the "3 A’s" of a life-saving mindset Learn the "SIPDE" system for interpreting a situation accurately and making the correct decision How best to counteract the effects of "adrenaline dump" and the "Freeze" response. Physical Fitness and Strength—The Key Components The 4 areas you MUST have flexibility in. The most important drills to develop power using the Upper or Lower body. Basic—and therefore essential—strength building drills for the Upper and Lower body. The 4 most important activities to build a fighter’s endurance. When and why to employ weights in your training. How to condition the hands, wrists, fingertips and limbs to withstand trauma. Understanding Combat Zones and Movement Methods How to identify your "safe", "caution" and "danger" zones. The 6 key movement methods for highly effective fighting. Phil Ross Fit to Fight The 41 Best "Stand-Alone" Techniques to Include in Your Offensive Arsenal Combinations and Series Learn the 20 most effective hand and foot combinations. Learn the 5 deadly "Block and Rock" attacks. Situation Specific Defensive Tactics The 3 components to an effective self-defense technique. Defenses against 5 chokes scenarios. Defenses against 3 wrist-grab scenarios. Defenses against 8 punch scenarios. Defenses against 4 bear hug scenarios. Defenses against 5 kick scenarios. Defenses against 2 ground pin scenarios. Defenses against 2 hair grab scenarios. Defenses against 2 double lapel grab scenarios. Defenses against 3 tackle scenarios. Defenses against 2 baseball bat and club scenarios. Defenses against 5 knife scenarios. Defenses against 5 gun scenarios. Defenses against 5 multiple attacker scenarios. Register now for the FTF Certification Seminar on October 4-5, 2014 Practice and Training How to develop "Man-to-Man" strength to handle the chaotic dynamics of a real fight. The 15 essential Man-to-Man drills to include in your combat-strength program. 10 Punch combinations to master. 10 Endurance Punching sequences to master. How to train for the 4 Ranges of Combat. How to Effectively Handle Dog Attacks THIS first line of defense against a dog is not physical—but is often surprisingly effective. Dogs hate THIS second line of defense—and it can often end the encounter in your favor. Discover techniques to incapacitate the most lethal dog—whatever its power, strength and size. How to overcome a multiple-dog attack. Phil Ross Fit to Fight Knife Disarming Technique Conventional and Unconventional Weapon Use Get a survivor’s introduction to the very basics of gun, knife, baton and chemical sprays. How to employ common, everyday items as powerful weapons. Home Preparedness THESE measures should be mandatory for all home owners. Get the list and be fully prepared for the most malicious of invasions. Know the best firearm for home self defense. Mall Safety Why malls are a haven for criminals—and how to avoid becoming victim to mall-borne predators. 8 great self-security steps to mind at a mall. Car Safety How to handle an Unmarked Police Car. How to respond to road rage. How to safely position yourself at a stoplight. What weapons to legally carry in your car. The Importance of Training How and why to develop IT—Instinctive Training. Register now for the FTF Certification Seminar on October 4-5, 2014 Standards The candidate must meet the below prerequisites and requirements to become Fit to Fight Certified. Fit to Fight Certification Prerequisites The Fit to Fight Certification is a "Real World" certification. Even though anyone and everyone is welcome to take the course, there are certain minimum prerequisites necessary to be a Certified Fit to Fight Instructor. An F2F Instructor must have faced real combat situations with the reality of potential bodily harm. A Certified Instructor will have the responsibility to convey this information to their students. The proper presentation of the materials and the emotion involved could save the lives of their students. Documentable, practical experience prerequisites may be one or a combination of the items listed below: Bodyguards, bounty hunters or security agents with a licensed, bonded agency for 5 years or more. Military combat veterans, military police officers, or Special Forces members. Combat sports: a minimum of 10 contests as an adult. Acceptable sports: Mixed Martial Arts, Submission Fighter (NAGA, IFBJJ, Grapplers Quest, etc...), Collegiate Wresting—Adult Greco-Roman or Freestyle, Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Full or Semi-Contact Karate, Sambo, Judo, Boxing. Other related Combat Sports are subject to review. Professional status not necessary, but records must be presented from a verified organization. List all tournaments, your placement in the competition, how many bouts you had, and the results. Police Officers with 5 or more years of experience. Corrections Officers, Sheriff's Department and other Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies are accepted. Other life or vocational experiences may be acceptable to qualify for Fit to Fight Instructor Certification. They will be judged on a case by case basis and will require verification from a bona fide source. A score of 80% or higher on the online test. Satisfactory demonstration in performing 10 specific defensive tactics or techniques and an example of training session via video submission. Register now for the FTF Certification Seminar on October 4-5, 2014 About Phil Ross: The system was developed from a unique blend of both martial arts training and real life experience. The Martial Arts of Burmese Bando, Combat Jiu Jitsu, Korean Taekwondo, Filipino Arnis, Jun Fan, Muay Thai, Western Boxing and Wrestling, Submission Fighting and Shotokan Karate. In addition to the formal Martial Arts, I was an executive protection agent for over 10 years as well as a bouncer in Washington DC, New York City and various establishments in New Jersey for more than 20 years. My real life experience has contributed significantly to the realistic application of techniques and tried and true theories in this system. I successfully competed on the national level in wrestling, karate, taekwondo, submission fighting, free fighting and continuous point fighting from 1979 through 2010. Including wrestling, I was victorious in approximately 500 physical contests in the aforementioned disciplines. These numbers do not include the physical confrontations incurred during my employment as a bouncer or bodyguard. In order to teach a defensive tactics program effectively, significant experience in either the street, the ring or on the mat is required. I have all three. The street, or "real life" experience can be gained from the military, incarceration, police, bouncer, or bodyguard jobs. It can also be gained from situations where your life or potential bodily harm is possible and where there are no rules and anything can happen. The ring would include any of the full contact sports that involve striking—including but not limited to Boxing, Kickboxing. Muay Thai, Full Contact (or Knock Down) Karate, Mixed Martial Arts (or Cage Fighting) or any other type of competition where a knockout is permitted. The last area is the mat including Wrestling, Judo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Pankration, Catch Wrestling and of course Mixed Martial Arts. Also included on this list is any full contact grappling competition where the controlling, submitting or manipulating of another individual is required for victory. If you are a black belt in a Kata based system or practice self defense maneuvers learned from a DVD or YouTube video, you are not qualified to develop, advise or otherwise present a defensive tactics system. You must have trained, competed or have faced with situations where bodily harm was a possibility. You should also have a measure of experience being hit, taken down or submitted. I’m not saying that you have to be a UFC Champion or Navy SEAL to be able to teach, but you need some real world experience.

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