My name is Scott "Bam Bam" Sullivan, former heavyweight kickboxing and shootboxing champion, and owner and chief instructor at Bam Bam Martial Arts Mixed Martial Arts Center in Houston, TX. These professional fighters are training in Muay Thai because it WORKS. The fact is that if you don't know these techniques, your fighting ability not up to snuff and there is a serious, gaping hole in your ability to handle yourself. If you are serious about your fighting ability, YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS ART. What most people may not realize is that Muay Thai training is also one of the best workouts you can do. How would you like the fantastic fitness level, confidence, power, security and respect that comes from practicing the fantastic martial art of Muay Thai - the martial art that is rapidly becoming recognized as one of the best fighting systems around.
In the second volume of Hatmaker's new NHB training series, the secrets of the shoot and double-leg takedown are revealed. This is the most basic yet critical skill for all serious mixed martial arts practitioners. He also shares little-known secrets that will improve your stance, footwork, entries and finishes, and tremendously improve your shooting skills.
No-holds-barred (NHB) fighting is the most realistic and demanding combat sport in existence today. It is also one of the few “sport” activities that effectively develops real-world self-defense skills. The key to success in NHB and on the street is being a total fighter. And the key to becoming that fighter is Mark Hatmaker’s explosive new NHB training series.
Police defensive tactics instructor and 20 year police veteran George Vranos teaches his hand to hand combat system in this amazing instructional video. Vranos, a boxing & grappling coach blends these two proven fighting styles into one of the most practical street fighting systems ever seen on video. Vranos says "Athletes makes the best street fighters, so let's train like athletes."
This is not a standard defensive tactics video where each compliance technique is demonstrated on a stationary cooperative subject. In the real world an officer will face a hundreds of highly resistive and combative subjects. Many times these subjects are already engaged in ongoing physical conflicts when the officer arrives.