Training Notes – 08.05.2015

This week’s session was the stuff of legend. We began with just walking around. Whenever a participant met another, they gave them a friendly shove to test their ability to relax and maintain posture and balance. Then we continued, but with our knees bent at about a 135° angle, with our backs maintaining good posture. … More Training Notes – 08.05.2015

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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

PHDefence Training Log–25.01.2013

Hopefully the last snowy one for a while! Friday’s session was split between me and Paul. Paul did some partner work involving dealing with strikes – specifically barrages of them – and I added in the importance of being proactive in your ‘defence’ rather than being merely reactive. If your partner is saying ‘I thought … More PHDefence Training Log–25.01.2013