Beyond Your Limits / EP16: Natural Response for Effective Self-Defense, with Tony Blauer.

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Natural Response for Effective Self-Defense, with Tony Blauer. Tony Blauer has been in the martial arts, self-defense, defensive tactics and combatives. industry for over four decades. He is one of the only combatives experts who have successfully effective training across all the combat related communities, self-defense, combat sports and the military and law enforcement sector. His research on physiology and mindset as it relates to confrontation management has influenced over three decades of reality based martial artists and enhance the survivability of law enforcement, military and emergency services personnel around the world. He founded Blauer tactical systems BTS in 1985. And it's grown into one of the world's leading consulting companies specializing in the research and development of performance psychology, personal safety and close quarter tactics and scenario based training for law enforcement, military and professional self-defense instructors.

00:28 I once sucker punched a nationally ranked Thai boxer in Muay Thai training session. It was an accidental sucker punch.

08:19 So high gear is a hard to describe it's like a it's like a it's a condom you fight in? It's 99%. It's 99% effective. Now what I did was I designed the world's first impact reduction training suit for Scenario training.

15:35 You're getting unrealistic training. And that's not what we want for our tier one, guys, that are the people that are at the tip of the tip of the spear of any spear law enforcement or any responder.

30:21 SPEAR is an acronym for spontaneous protection, enabling accelerated response against spontaneous protection, enabling accelerated response.

41:55 A slogan we like to use as nobody needs to know how to defend themselves. Until the moment they need to know how to defend themselves. And then it's too late. Like you don't need to know how to put on a tourniquet. You don't need to know how to, you know, save somebody who's choking. You don't need to know how to change a flat tire, you know, like, like, so you don't need to know any of that stuff until you need it.