The Vunak Chronicles
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About the Event
One of the main principles and my actual ethos as a student is instead of paying attention to what my teacher is teaching; pay attention to what my teacher actually does when they are in a real fight. Dan would be teaching something in class and I would approach him with my usual ‘grace and charm’, “Dan (Inosanto), Sifu, please… I do not want to learn this stuff please teach me what you did when we were in Aspen and you blew through that big dude in dreadlocks or…Rickson (Gracie), please… I don’t want to learn collar chokes! Please teach me what you did when that Japanese guy tried to fish hook your face!”
The most interesting and even ironic thing is while I value this deeply personal information so so much, I have never once in 62 videos, 4 BOOKS, or 300 seminars done a complete workshop on this topic!!!
A topic sharing personal insight regarding my strategies, my favorite “go-to” moves, and things that have worked for me with weapons, bottles, flashlights, crowbars, etc. A workshop where I share information on Mass Attack situations, my favorite Jiu-Jitsu Techniques, my six go-to bites, how do you know when to restrain and when to neutralize and the methods I use to keep calm. I will explain my psychology before the encounter, the techniques I used to end an encounter (in a military time frame), and thus staying out of the deep end. Perhaps most importantly I will be discussing my losses why I lost and how I lost. A wise man learns from his mistakes; a wiser man learns from someone else’s. Be the wiser man!
Meet me on July 25 while I dissect and distill 40 years of combat in this 2 1/2 hour workshop.
Video available to watch until July 29th, 12 AM, Noon PT. Viewing Code has to be purchased before the webcast.
- Regular Ticket$35$350$0