Training – Safe Place? Stay! – Blog 21-21

In some self-defense cases there been instances armed defenders leave a place of safety to engage a potential threat. Ted Wafer (The Shooting of Renisha McBride) left the safety of his living room to encounter a stranger on his front porch. Amber Guyger (Dallas Police Officer Enters Wrong Apartment Shoots Neighbor) left the relative safety… Continue reading Training – Safe Place? Stay! – Blog 21-21

Training – Can You See What I See? – Blog 21-20

In previous blogs, I have written about how you can affect your emotional response through mental rehearsal and scenario training. In recent research published on the Force Science Research website; the findings of a study once again confirms your ability to control your cognitive, perceptual, and performance psychology which may provide insights into how you… Continue reading Training – Can You See What I See? – Blog 21-20

Training – The Dump, What Happens? – Blog 21-6

Can you condition yourself to cope with the physiological and psychological effects of being in a situation that has caused your body’s reaction? The short answer is “Yes.” Since the beginning of human kind being at war, soldiers and leaders have been in constant search of advantages to be able to succeed. The ability to… Continue reading Training – The Dump, What Happens? – Blog 21-6