The way we train we develop reflexes and responses and hence your muscle memory capabilities, so under stress or threat you can react to any given situation without conscious thought. This skill is enhance through specialised drills in the constant practice of realistic combat scenarios, a form of training used by the military, police organisations and professionals alike across the globe.
Pressure drills is great way to test tactics and techniques and replicant real world situations and cirsumstances. Preparing one for actual violent encounters.
WHAT MAKES STREETSMARTS SELF DEFENCE TACTICS EFFECTIVE OVER OTHER SYSTEMS?
What you learn at Streetsmarts Self Defence Tactics is a simple and no frills no bull approach to reality combat. Our focus is on realistic fighting not sport fighting. Unlike other combat arts, it doesn’t take years to be effective at self defence. We use many key words and special skill development drill to make self defence easy for you to learn. Our aim is to have you able to fight and survive a real world confrontation as soon as possible
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I TRAIN?
Its recommended that you attend regular classes. How many - the more the better the more you train the more you body locks in the techniques. Our advice to you is to make a timetable for yourself that allows you to train regularly. The classes are ongoing so you can keep you skill current and increase you knowledge
The old saying “the more you train it the more you gain it.” Your training is based upon muscle memory retention that requires repetition to lock techniques into your sub conscious memory so you have the ability to perform under stress.The best example I always use of muscle memory retention is driving a car. We all know where the brake is from using it all the time (skill development). When you are about to have a car accident you automatically slam your foot on the brake through muscle memory retention.
Combat training works in the same way. You practice for realistic situations and when they occur you react to them.