This tuned mix of self-defense, martial arts and warfare close quarters combat concepts is reality based CQC training for everyday / anywhere.
The concepts of self-defense goes beyond the scope of your state of being, as it’s just as crucial to the state of mind, this is the trifecta mindset:
A primer in what is and how you can adapt or respond to the startle / flinch reflex occurrence when activated during combat and defensive events.
Concise, highly specific intel posts about practical street smart skills, concepts and methods in the form of proverbs and tips. –view the list
With non-warfare street violence, the strategic basic stages of close quarters combat is to disrupt, damage, destroy then disengage.
The tactical mindset is a way of being that optimally prepares you for any dangerous or crisis situation through tradecraft logic and survival adaptation.
A fight optimally begins before the first strike; a pre-engagement setup for the actionable engagement – aka “disrupt then execute”.
The concept and practice of identifying then expeditiously adapting your environment to be situational weapons is a skill and a mode of perception.