Category Archives: Practice

Fight-or-Flight: Dealing With Body Reactions in Personal Defense

Any time that we are placed in fear of losing our lives or suffering serious injury, that computer that we call a brain kicks in and automatically performs certain physical functions. Some call it the fight-or-flight response, because our body … Continue reading

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Health & Self-Defense: The Physical Effects of an Attack

Let me begin by saying that I’m not a doctor and have never even played one on TV. But it doesn’t take a medical degree to understand the great amount of stress that a criminal attack can place on your heart and … Continue reading

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Surviving A Gunfight: Go Back to Basics

Recently, I was watching a video by my friend Dave Spaulding. Dave was mulling over all of the efforts that we make to understand what goes on with a person during a violent confrontation. He talked about adrenaline dumps, increased heart … Continue reading

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Dry-Fire Training: Doing it Right

Given the hustle and bustle of our daily lives and the fact many of us live quite a ways from a shooting range, we can’t always get in the amount of defensive shooting practice we need. This is one of … Continue reading

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