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It has been several years since the "F*ck Your Lineage" video was released, and now a once major training organization that has built its marketing around being "not a martial art" has proclaimed pedigree to be canon. Pedigree is about straight lines: royalty, dog breeds, and martial arts are typical examples. It's about denying outside influences to such a degree that debilitating health maladies are inevitable. Whether it's limb malformation, hip dysplasia, or blind allegiance to a figurehead, this inbreeding favors form over function. It's not about what "works" but rather

This collaboration between Revgear and Ryan Hoover represents a dynamic fusion of cutting-edge gear and expert training methodology. Purchase your Revgear Micro Speed Mitts and get in-person, online, or recorded access to an exclusive workshop with Ryan Hoover, Fit to Fight® Founder. The seminar delves into the Fit to Fight® unique no-call system, a revolutionary approach to combat training that emphasizes efficiency, adaptability, and skill enhancement. Many mitt work sessions lack key elements for martial artists. This system covers the full range of fighting with weapons considerations. Through the Fit to Fight® No Call

TL;DR - Corporations should prioritize the well-being of their workforce by providing a safe and healthy work environment.  - Self-defense training is an effective way to demonstrate that corporations value their employees' safety and well-being.  - Self-defense training gives employees the confidence and skills to protect themselves against physical and verbal assaults.  - It also helps employees handle stressful situations, diffuse potential conflicts peacefully, and increase their physical and emotional fitness levels.  - Investing in self-defense training can positively impact employee morale, resulting in a safer, more productive work environment, and reducing the chances of

In its purest form, krav maga is a living, breathing expression of the most combat-proven techniques, tactics, and principles for dealing with interpersonal violence, without attachment to tradition for the sake of custom. In recent years, the proliferation of krav maga training organizations has resulted simultaneously in institutionalized stagnation and rapid evolution. modern: involving recent techniques, methods, or ideas: up-to-date  krav maga: contact combat; a form of self-defense based on unarmed combat movements developed by the Israeli armed forces The former iteration, stagnation, is primarily the product of long-established organizations beholden to convention. The

The first year of BJJ training is often an exciting time. You’ll make new friends, have constant revelations, and experience anticipation for class regularly. While no one’s BJJ journey is exactly the same, there are some specific things within the first year of training that can be done to maximize this beginning stage and build a foundation for how the rest of your journey will develop. Making smart decisions and developing a healthy mindset early on will allow for the growth of your technique, style, and endurance. It will also decrease

Fit to Fight® Republic Launches Fit to Fight® Coach Association to Promote Self-defense, Health, and Well-Being Charlotte, NC - Fit to Fight, LLC, a leading provider of self-defense, fitness, and wellness solutions, is proud to announce the launch of the Fit to Fight® Coach Association. The association aims to promote self-defense and fitness by providing comprehensive training and certification programs for fitness and martial arts coaches. The Fit to Fight® Coach Association is designed to help fitness and martial arts professionals stay up-to-date with the latest research and industry trends. Members of

Training from "Negative" If you’ve trained in Krav Maga, you’ve undoubtedly heard the “we train from positions of disadvantage” mantra countless times. At some point, likely all Krav Maga instructors have uttered it, and we believe that there is certainly some value in it. However, it is not (or rather should not) be THE way of training for self-protection. Think about it, if you always train your students from a position of disadvantage, i.e. negative, your students will always find themselves at negative. Without training that prioritizes the pre-contact phase (to include

Close Quarters fighting digital dvd "This is a fantastic video and a practical approach to bridging the gap between H2H [hand to hand] and weapons use." - Nathan L.   About the DVD from Ryan Hoover This digital training video covers topics and techniques that I've been hesitant to release in the past. This course actually served as our first release of them. My concern was always that weapon use and retention training could fall into the wrong hands and do more harm than good. Ultimately, I've come to realize that may very well be

Hard Ready® Phase One Basic Principle: Everyone's Fighting Something "Our environment, the world in which we live and work, is a mirror of our attitudes and expectations." -- Earl Nightingale Ok, so let’s get this out of the way promptly:  the world is not conspiring against you (or us or anyone else).  Life’s daily adversities are not anomalies, and there is nothing peculiar about these struggles.  In fact, these struggles, these conflicts, ARE life. Daily, daily, you will be faced with new provocations. Sometimes our challenge is simply rising to take on the day, never mind the inevitable

What we refer to as “the bully myth”, is the erroneous idea that often surrounds how to dispel bullies. The common advice of “just stand up to the bully” is pervasive, often handed down from parent to child, but perpetuated by martial arts instructors, who are notorious for espousing ways to deal with bullies. While they may be good at martial arts, that knowledge in and of itself has little to do with pervasive bullying; maybe even nothing. Martial arts schools are businesses that very often rely heavily on the children’s market.