Training Notes – 15.05.2015

Our last session was a fun, functional, fierce and focussed look at two related subjects: the high guard and dealing with multiple attackers. After the usual exercises, including some of the work on shifting our stances to understand the relationship between centre of mass, stance and stability that we did at the beginning of last week’s session, … More Training Notes – 15.05.2015

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Review: ‘Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 2’ by Peter Consterdine

Consterdine, Peter. Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 2. Protection Publications. 2005. Review: Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 2: by Josh Nixon, ESP Last week we looked at the excellent first part to this two-part series, which can be found here. The Training Day videos follow on from the enquiries made after the popular Fit to Fight … More Review: ‘Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 2’ by Peter Consterdine

Review: ‘Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 1’ by Peter Consterdine

Consterdine, Peter. Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 1. Protection Publications. 2004. Review: Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 1: by Josh Nixon, ESP This review is part one of a two-part series. Part two is can be found here. The Training Day videos follow on from the enquiries made after the popular Fit to Fight videos … More Review: ‘Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 1’ by Peter Consterdine

Review: ‘Powerkick’ by Peter Consterdine

Consterdine, Peter. Powerkick. Protection Publications. Review: Powerkick: by Josh Nixon, ESP This review is part two of a two-part series. Part one is here. As we’ve come to expect from a British Combat Association video, this one begins with a very important point – that kicking above the legs is generally a bad idea in … More Review: ‘Powerkick’ by Peter Consterdine