Even if you don't have any tactical training whatsoever, the core power techniques of The Guardian System are so effective, that you'll be able to perform them flawlessly on your next shift and turn even the most resistant and aggressive subject compliant and obedient.
If you're in law enforcement, the military, security, carry a firearm or just want to learn how to control someone who is violent and combative without the use of lethal force then this is the most important message you will ever read…
We all know that pepper spray and tasers aren't 100% effective and if legislation continues on its current path even those and all other tools of the trade will be deemed "inhumane" and outlawed leaving you with only one real option: your wits and your empty hands. And if you continue to rely on your current antiquated, outdated and dare I say useless tactics that degenerate in the street faster than you can say "see you on YOUTUBE", then you my friend will be the next cautionary tale the vets tell the rookies their first day on patrol.
The harsh reality is you need to get a subject under control BEFORE John Q. Public can pull out his cell phone and post your finest moment on Facebook (we're talking seconds here, not minutes) and what is taught as defensive tactics today just doesn't cut it.
Contrary to popular belief, martial arts are not meant for combat or even real world self defense. Sure, they're technically "fighting" but at the end of the day they're sports and activities that train you to meet your opponent on a level playing field. They're bound by rules and regulations which is fine when you're training with friends but when a tweaked out meth-head stands between you going home or going to the morgue it's a whole new brutal ball game.
So while you're trying to remember how to use that wrist lock or pressure point, and struggling to get him to "tap", that drug addict is fighting back with NO RULES and NO REGARD for your life! You're sparring with him he's securing a weapon or waiting for one of his buddies to jump in and help.
Look, every day you're faced with the possibility of confronting your worst nightmare. In a blink of an eye, your next traffic stop, your next suspect interview can become a matter of life and death…YOUR life and death!
But before we continue, let me ask you some serious questions…
If you want to answer a resounding YES!!! to each and every one of these questions then you'll want to read this true story about how an old salty war vet gave birth to the most revolutionary defensive tactics program in the world…
From the Desk of: Damian Ross, CEO, The Self Defense Company
In the early 1980's my mentor was working as a cop in rural New Jersey. Even though he was new on the job, he was by no means inexperienced. Already holding two black belts and serving in the army, our hero was not your typical rookie. Then one night he got a call from dispatch that changed his life and would eventually cement the foundation of the Guardian Program.
The call was about a disturbance at a local bar where a "Biker Wedding" had gotten out of control. Apparently a rival gang had showed up to flex their muscle. Well it didn't take long for it to degenerate into an all-out brawl. He felt his adrenaline surge as he pounded the gas and responded to the call. Little did he know that nothing he ever experienced could possibly prepare him for what he was about to see.
When he arrived on scene it looked like a "B" movie fight scene. There were bikers and biker "chicks" fighting with bottles, pool cues, knives- he could barely tell who was who. He waited a few moments until back up arrived and when they thought they had enough able bodies to quell the riot…they waded into the fracas with "hats and bats".
But the arrival of the boys in blue didn't stop the fight, in minutes the small force of cops was overwhelmed and the united front degenerated into individual scuffles of cops and bikers in the bar and out in the street. For what seemed like an eternity, he was slugging it out with anyone who wasn't wearing a uniform. As time wore on, more towns showed up pouring more good guys onto the problem.
At one point during the fight he looked up and saw his shift commander in his trademark white shirt, wading into the crowd and simply knocking guys out with what looked like a little flick of his hand. He recalled the scene vividly since it seemed so out of place. His commander wasn't a big man, in fact he was close to retirement and after a hard life of non-filter camels and Pabst Blue Ribbon he wasn't exactly a physical specimen. He just saw that gangly frame with a little pot belly, just walking around picking guys off one by one.
Finally both sides got tired and the cops, beaten and bruised mopped up the mess.
After the fight my mentor was all banged up. His uniform was shredded; he didn't even know where his badge was. He was bleeding from his head, one rib was cracked and the knuckles on his hand were busted. To tell you the truth, he didn't know who was worse off, him or the bikers they were locking up.
Then he looked up and saw the shift commander who looked like and I quote "like he was fresh and clean, like he had just come out of the shower and got dressed." His shirt was still bleach white and his hair was perfect, not a scratch on him!
For a minute they both looked at each other until the salty old shift commander broke the silence and said in a gruff voice with a Camel hanging off of his bottom lip "Why the hell are you fighting these guys for?"
The term "fighting" stuck in his head. Why was he "fighting" these guys, heck why was he fighting anybody? Then the proverbial light went on in his head when he realized: He was training to fight his entire life and fighting has nothing to do with real combat, let alone police work!
As luck would have it, his shift commander was a product of Navy World V-42 Program during War II and was trained in hand to hand combat. After his training he served as a Military Policeman, That training and having decades on the force, he knew every "old school" trick of the trade. It was this experience that started the modern combatives revolution and the laid the foundation of the Guardian Defensive Tactics Program.
If you haven't heard of the term combatives, it's being thrown around a lot lately and has been misapplied to a variety of programs. In short the term "combatives" refers to hand to hand combat where the object is to defeat your enemy by any means necessary, fair or foul. The main difference between martial arts and combatives is that martial arts are designed for safety. The object of all martial arts is to develop spirit and a sense of community through competitive sport and meeting personal goals. The object of martial arts is to promote the physical and emotional growth and entertainment. Martial arts is not mortal combat. Martial arts have rules and constraints based on sport or ceremony. While combatives only has one purpose, kill or capture the enemy.
Martial arts are engineered for you to face your opponent on equal ground with the purpose of a "tap out" or a safe knock out to specific areas of the body. When faced with an enemy who has no regard for the law, let alone your wellbeing, martial arts based tactics place you at an extreme disadvantage. The fact is most of what you have learned or seen regarding defensive tactics has been MARTIAL ARTS based. This fundamental conflict of interest places you at risk.
The only logical solution is a program that is aligned with your purpose, subdue, capture and if need be, apply deadly force.
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