Expand Your MindsetRadius Insight
Edged weapons are serious business, so it’s critical to train realistically. Here are a examples of live-blade manipulations and dynamic attacks with a short/combat knife as well as a machete/long blade.
Knife Tapping is one of the most misconstrued methods of the Filipino Martial Arts. As a flow drill, knife tapping is NOT the knife fight as many people might believe.
Simplicity. It's one of the most important perspectives in designing, understanding, or using a system in relation to assimilation and decision-making. But it's not always easy.
Is Pekiti-Tirsia Kali relevant today? The short answer is: absolutely.
Supercharge your senses and go dynamic. Here's the latest training reel for the Radius Factor Combatives Program.
Wi-Fi enabled smartlocks allow you to give someone access to your home while you're away. What could go wrong, right?
The question about training and the tools of protection in which we educate ourselves inevitably comes up in conversation. It's simple, really.
All the more reason to be aware of your environment. You're either aware or you're not.
A man attacked by a hatchet-wielding convicted felon in West Hollywood outside of a 7-Eleven. Here are three critical factors for training.
When thrown in the eyes of a mugger, it can be an effective improvised tool for self-defense.
Plan ahead for better footing and maximize your mobility with proper footwear.
Stay tuned for more Radius Protection™ classes in 2017. Learn how to protect yourself with personal defense tools, maneuvering and environment.
Pete Rose is a master and shares some great insight. But what's that have to do with training at Radius Factor?
TED Talk given by Sal Khan makes the case for mastery and mindset and why they're important to learn effectively.
Leverage a high-powered tactical light to decter, deter and retake the initiative.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to observe and assess your environment – starting right now.
You never know when you might need to run for protection.
Am I having a phone conversation using Bluetooth? Holding a water bottle? Enjoying the scenery, or something else?
Keep your key fob on your nightstand every night. (And other tools for home protection.)
Get the tactical advantage that empty-hands and grappling alone won't give you for personal protection.
There are many benefits of weapons training and PTK-SMF, but here are ten.
The aggravated assault rate has gone from ±60 per 100,000 (in 1957) to over 440 per 100,000.
What do these everyday items have in common? If you said self-defense, you're right.
Learn and prepare ahead of time to avert bad situations even if something bad never happens.
Keep your training top of mind even while inside your house, car, while shopping or in a coffee shop.
Here's a snapshot of empty-hands (Pangamut) from Pekiti-Tirsia Kali.
The initiative of mastery is important. Equally important, if not more, is what you can perform and validate right now.
Entrepreneurship, sports, and combat share fundamental principles that, at first, may not seem to have similar strategic parallels. Looking more closely, you'll see there's a common thread.
Your past experiences give you perspective – even if that means getting your butt kicked once in a while. I've dished out some and I've had my rear handed to me too. You learn from it.
If you watch this video of a knife attack in Philadelphia, it should infuriate you. And you can't just refer to the latest Bourne Identity movie to make yourself feel better.
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