Sunday, August 31, 2014
J.C. has a piece about the dangers of being narrow-minded. It's worth your time to read, as usual.
A young man who is usually in attendance at the Fight to your Weapon course in NC said "Don't overlook the obvious" during class last time around. He's a smart young mas with parents who are teaching him properly.
Don't worry about hitting that bad guy with a shot from your rifle, which - fudge, you left in the truck. Don't worry about how you are going to get him into a rear naked choke. Don't worry about any of that stuff when he's in your personal space, attention diverted, and you have a brick in your hand.
Learn as much as you can learn, from as many sources as possible, keep what works for you and discard the rest. Whether it is SUT, 800 yard shooting, Combatives or gardening, each adds something to other aspects of your life.
In the end you'll either do X or Y, but it is always your decision.
When thinking in terms of Tribe, trainers, trusted sources, always consider: Opera non verba.
Here's his link.
III Percent Society, here.
Posted by K at 7:19 AM