The conventional self-defense training community would have you believe that the outcome of a violent attack is going to depend on skill. Skill is where the money, glamour, and glory reside. The truth is, skill shouldn’t be mentioned in the same breath as another lesser known factor. Focusing on skill without mastering this is downright dangerous.
In this episode, Pat dives deep into the importance of a 3 Seconds from Now key “re-discovery:” pre-positioning. Pat will discuss how this measure can tip the odds in your favor in your day to day life so you can be prepared in the event that violence finds you.
Our bodies and minds are shaped by the environments we put them in, they adapt to the challenges we put before them. This is well known, but Pat will share a different way to think about this truth that may just change how you approach the struggles of life.
This week, Pat recounts the story of a local police officer’s negligent discharge at a wresting meet: how it happened, why it happened, how we can avoid it, while delivering a stinging reality about “accidents” and responsibility.
This week we want to discuss a bit of CCU philosophy and approach to self-defense in response to some observations about the community as a whole.
This week Patrick explains how important it is that we be objective about our gear choices as we continue to explain some new findings on handgun reliability.
This week, Pat continues to divulge some little-known reality based observations about handgun performance during reactive scenarios.
Between marketing, sensationalism, anecdotes, and a lack of real world testing, we see a serious lack of real data about which handguns perform well in a variety of practical situations. So, this week Pat will discuss some of these concepts from a position of reality and objectivity – and you might be surprised with the direction it goes!
In this broadcast, Pat goes extraordinarily deep into the truth and real world solutions for Active Shootings. This is not one to be missed – Pat faces the tough questions of our time head on and definitively.
In this episode, Pat covers a universal and innate fact regarding violence: there are two basic ways it can develop and each one necessitates its own response.