McCann’s XFS Primal Training Jeet Kune Do Combatives Seminar

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McCann / Thornton

Combatives Seminar
November 17th
231 Baker’s Basin Rd
Lawrenceville NJ
10AM – 5PM

The Seminar

Bare Knuckle Boxing – Jim McCann

In this module you will learn dozens of old school boxing drills, in-depth strategies, winning tactics and evasive tricks, so many of the ring-tested and true methods lost by the modern fitness, boxing fads of today. The moves that have been strictly ILLEGAL and banned from any “civilized” fight for over a century. You’ll cripple, shock, and cause instant blinding pain and nerve damage to ANY opponent you use them on! Learn the secrets of legendary Bare-Knuckle fighters of the past.

In this module you will learn:
● Upper Body Support Movement Lesson
● BKB Footwork Lesson
● BKB Stances Lesson
● Rhythm and Movement Lesson
● Old school boxing punches
● Aggressive pad boxing drills
● Aggressive/Defensive Interactive Pad Drills
● Defense Methods and Measures
● Dozens and Dozens of Combat Chain Boxing Drills
●Beginning Sparring: Drills, tricks and strategies

Ground Combatives – Jim McCann

McCann’s has collected, and forged the best real world, event-based, ground tactics to survive & to win the fight on asphalt, cement, tile, carpet, dirt and stone. McCann teaches how to use everything in your arsenal. No stone goes unturned!!
In this module you will learn:
● The realities of harsh surface fighting Mandatory ground maneuvers
● Escape the bottom-side-of-hell
● Escape from the topside ground and pound
●Escape the knee-over sets
● Escape ground chokes
● The complete, maximum Ground Strike Arsenal!
● Learn to strike from all the top, bottom and side positions!
● Learn to tie-up the opponent with tips, tricks and traps!
● Learn to defeat common street attackers and trained athletes!
● …and much more…

Weapons Ground Fighting – Jim McCann

“You may think you are prepared to fight back if you are attacked with a weapon and the fight goes to the ground… After all, you’ve trained hard for the possibility and paid special attention to what to do if you get taken to the ground. But unless you have trained with Jim McCann, you are not as ready to fight back as you should be. In Ground Knife Fighting: Advanced Tactics, Learn a wide array of advanced knife strategies specially designed for ground situations.

A complete fighter is the one who trains for all scenarios at every level of elevation: standing, kneeling, or lying on the ground.
In this module you will learn:

Weapons Ground Fighting

● Knife
● Stick
● Gun
● Improvised


● Mount – Topside
● Mount – Bottom Side
● Guard – Topside
● Guard – Bottom side
● Half Guard – Topside
● Half Guard – Bottom side
● Cross Side – Topside
● Cross Side – Bottom side

Combat Scenario Situations

● High in the clutches of
● Low in the clutches of
● Split high and low in the clutches of
● Arm Wraps
● Clinches
● Head Locks
● Chokes
● Weapons Drawn
● No Weapons Drawn
● 1 Weapon Drawn
● Quick Draw
● Retention
● Disarms
● Escapes

Original Chinatown Jeet Kune Do – Mick Thornton

In this training session you will learn some of the most valuable secrets and training methods taught to Bob Bremer by Bruce Lee in his backyard. You’ll absolutely leave these sessions a better fighter, with the “who, what, where and why” we train the way we do. We strive to pass on only the techniques and aspects of Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do without branching out, elaborating, embroidering on or interpreting anything beyond Bruce’s teaching. These techniques and concepts do not require updating, revising or adapting period.

In this module you will learn:

● JKD Leg & Knee Strikes
● Hand Strikes
● The Art of Attack
●Explosive Trapping
● The Art of Moving

Multiple Opponents & Mixed Weapons – Kevin Beale

Facing multiple opponents is the worst possible situation to find yourself in, and you should avoid it if possible. Kevin Beale draws from his vast experience with multiple threats to teach potential victims how to avoid, de-escalate, or fight against multiple assailants.

In this module you will learn:

● Fighting multiple opponents statistics and facts
● The Myths and Half-Myths on fighting multiples
● Legal issues
● Wolf Pack Attacks – rehearsals and exercises
● Evasion footwork
● Body, shoulder, head and eye fakes
● Body rams and football connections
● Hand and forearm hits, slaps, pins and pushes
● Arm pulls, pushes and drags
● The Gauntlet drills
● Busting the Lines: The Splitter Series
● Against the Wall drills
● The Rough and Tumble Group exercises
● Grab from Behind/Attack From the Front drills
● Kick a Man While He’s Down exercises
● Exercise Group 13: The Encroaching Group drills
● Encroaching Groups with Mixed Weapons
● Exercise Group 15: Chase, Run and Fight drills

Tactical Advantage – John Harris

Learn how to properly identify your body’s natural weapons and how to target the best spots on the attacker’s body, making it a virtual encyclopedia of human body weapons and targets. From defensive positions, the upper and lower body weapons, targets and defenses against various static attacks to fluid attacks and drills.

In this module you will learn:

● Disrupting Balance
● Nerve Strikes
● Anatomical Weakness
● Leverage
● Angles of Attack

Unarmed vs. Weapons – Ozzie Rodriquez

In this module learn to integrate skills from a variety of martial artists to learn system universal movements that work equally well against all handheld weapons and will greatly enhance your chances of survival against an armed attacker.

In this module you will learn:

● Critical Skills
● Disarms
■ Vs. Knife
■ Vs. Gun
■ Vs. Impact Weapons
■ Vs. Long Weapons

Eastern Medicine – Dr Ted Zombolas

Dr. Ted Zombolas will be discussing the 3stages of an injury and what to do for each stage to speed up recovery and get back training faster.

In this module you will learn

● Acute (recent injury up to 5 days)
● Sub acute (between 1-2 weeks)

“A pint of sweat, saves a gallon of blood.”
– General George S. Patton

“A pint of sweat, saves a gallon of blood.”
– General George S. Patton

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