Response to Aggression – Defensive Tactics

Response to Aggression – Defensive Tactics

In a real fight, there is no referee to start or to stop the fight when you are getting assaulted.  There are no weight classes, time limits, or rules to save you. Only the assailant knows when and how he will attack. Any time you are close enough to conduct a pat-down or to exchange documents, you are close enough to be ambushed.  In the Gracie Survival Tactics (GST) program, we teach simple and effective sudden assault defense strategies that enable you to neutralize the threat and achieve a position of advantage while minimizing injury to yourself and to the assailant.

  • Escape from mount
    • Trap and roll
    • Standard variation
    • Punch block variation
    • Headlock variation
    • Open guard pass
  • Positional control mount
    • Hips and hands preparation drill
    • Anchor and base
    • Low swim
    • High swim
    • Weapon retention
  • Punch block series
    • Stage 1-5
    • Elbow escape
    • Standard variation
    • Hook removal
  • Side control escape
    • Block and shoot
    • Shrimp and shoot
    • Punch block variation

Instructors: Captain Ted Malone and Corporal Richie Basford, Charleston Police Department

May 8, 2019 – 0800 to 1200Add to Cart
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