INJURY DYNAMICS 2-DAY CRASH COURSE
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
June 29-30, 2019
The gold standard for learning how to use violence as a survival tool.
We have been teaching — and constantly refining — this course for more than 17 years across the country and around the world; we’ve taught thousands of people just like you how to recognize serious threats and what to do when direct action is the only option left.
This is a “one-and-done” course, meaning we train you with the expectation that we’ll never see you again — and that you’ll have to use the information as soon as you walk out the door. We will train you the same way we have trained military, law enforcement, and our own family members — you’ll come out of this course with valuable experience and a new life skill.
The course is two full days of training, from 9 am to 6 pm:
– Defining violence & understanding injury
– Injury mapping (causing injury to the eyes, neck/throat, groin, and ankles)
– Free practice (serial target practice on the human machine)
– Injury mapping (causing injury to the liver, spleen, kidneys, and knees)
– Use of body weight in striking
– Fine-tuning free practice
– Grabs, holds & chokes
– Multi-man work
Here’s what our clients have to say about the course:
“Thank you and your staff for the informative and well-presented training experience. As one who has been shot twice and stabbed or slashed three times I can attest to the relevance of the material you are putting out. I would not hesitate to recommend your training to anyone no matter the training they have or think they have.”
Timothy R., Tucson AZ
“I wanted to say thank you for what was a truly inspiring, thought-provoking and possibly life-saving weekend. I have been thinking about the course, and it has struck me that what you have ultimately given me is a real insight into a very different, abnormal, asocial world, in which our conditioned social or antisocial responses not only do not help, but may even hinder us.”
Tom F., London UK
“I have learned I am the attacker. The course has allowed me to put into perspective what violence is and to understand that I don’t have to be afraid. I am the attacker.”
Yolanda S., Durham NC
(You can read more testimonials here.)
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