Why In Contact Response = Survival in Interpersonal Violence – Coach Rodney King Training

Why In Contact Response & Survival in Interpersonal Violence – Coach Rodney King Training

The Stoic Warrior: 6 Lessons From Seneca To Supercharge Your Martial Art Game – Coach Rodney King Training

The Stoic Warrior: 6 Lessons From Seneca To Supercharge Your Martial Art Game – Coach Rodney King Training

I get asked all the time what do I think about X martial arts instructor, X style or method of martial arts. With the advent of social media, I made a decision that I would never comment by ‘name’ on other people’s work in the martial arts industry. The truth is, not only have I had my fair sh…

The Dysmorphia of Martial Functionality & The Elephant in the Room!

In 2012 I embarked on a formal educational journey (i.e., my PhD), which I now realise was in fact a culmination of years of informal study. You see, as far back as a decade ago, I began to realise that my personal performance in the ‘fight game’ was largely predicated on what was happening on t…

The Cold, Hard Truth of Training to Survive Physical Violence

One of the most fatal flaws of martial art instruction, is that often, it is built off a system of predefined responses, that would need prior knowledge or prediction to accomplish. This may not be immediately obvious, but one can, if you look closer see how this acknowledgement of prediction is cod…

The Cold, Hard Truth of Training to Survive Physical Violence

Most people are uneasy when talking about violence, especially if they have never had to engage in it. In fact, often, those who suggest violence is never the answer have grown up in places in the world where front doors can be left open. Yet, in many places in the world, violence of various kinds i…

Violence isn’t a solution to most problems — except when violence is the only solution to the problem

How Boxing Taught Me To Sweat The Small Stuff – Coach Rodney King Training

How Boxing Taught Me To Sweat The Small Stuff – Coach Rodney King Training

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