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Personal Protection class June 7 in Rochester Hills

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Martial Tactical Training of Michigan is running the US Martial Tactical Association Personal Protection Level 1 training curriculum.

Martial Tactical training focuses on reality based, armed and unarmed, practical solutions to real world close-quarters combative encounters faced by private citizens and professionals. Primary emphasis is placed on tactics and applications of recommended modern daily carry items and their unarmed equivalents. This includes the tactical pen, tactical flashlight, folding knife (blade folded), baton, and action keychain (kubotan).

This curriculum is designed to provide trainees with improved mindset towards an assailant, as well as instill a greater sense of situational awareness. The core physical techniques are primarily percussive (striking), with escapes from common grabs and embraces. Using realistic targets and other parameters, the trainee is familiarized with and instilled with the necessary determination to prioritize survival in an altercation.

WHEN:Saturday June 7, 2014. Starts at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. ARRIVE EARLY FOR SIGN IN. Instruction begins very promptly at 1:00 PM.

WHERE: Starting Line Health and Fitness, 1771 W Hamlin Rd, Rochester Hills, MI 48309

WHO: Anyone interested in personal protection or in need of protection training.

WEAR: Your regular daily clothing. Train like you would fight.

FEE: $40.00 per person. We have a group/family discount for multiple trainees. School teachers train for free as our guests.

REGISTRATION: Advance registration required.Call Don Alley at (734) 646-3584 or email (preferred)

Offering: Standard (discounts apply)



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