Knife Stress Quick Draws
by Hock Hochheim
The stress quick draw is the bedrock for all the following levels of study. “Getting the knife out!” One of the most important aspects in knife combatives, if not the, first and most important aspects, is drawing/pulling out the knife when you desperately need it. You can't do anything else until and unless you draw the knife out.
In this approximately one hour training film, Hock covers stress quick draw ideas, moves, exercises through the Stop 6 program, as in stand-up problems through ground problems. Plus, this film covers more life-saving information found inside Level One of this internationally practiced knife course.
“We shot the first knife stress draw, VHS video tape in about 1999 in South Africa. It was very well received, however I have learned so much more on the subject since that time. Plus, I have developed the Stop 6 program through the years, an amazing format vehicle through which to organize and exercise stress quick draws. This new film is crammed full of information. I really think it captures the spirit of Knife Level One.” - Hock
In the film, you will find:
. Knife selection tips
. Elbow cues
. Hand cues
. Carry sites - yours and the enemy’s
. 5 reasons why people do and don’t draw after the fight has started
. Draw methods standing through ground problems
. Drawing through the Stop 6
. Legal issues
. Legal recommendations “after the fact” (Hock is not an attorney. If you need legal advice seek a professional.)
. Who, what, where, when, how and why?
. Class drills and exercises
. So much more...
"Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful videos that you produced on the topic. I joined your discussion group recently and decided to try your Level 1 video. After buying it and viewing it, I'm sold on your training techniques. I will be proceeding with the entire course. Although I have been studying the traditional martial arts for 12 years now, I think that I will also be giving your Unarmed Series a serious look." - Chuck Callahan
"Hock, coming from law enforcement, I wish to thank you personally for the material you have presented in video format, and look forward to using more of what you have to present. I wish to thank you for your open-minded views on other instructors. I know that, you too, have so much to present, to keep me coming home to my family in one piece and help me stay out of hot water." - HapkidoDoin
"Still the best after 20 years!" Nasso Karros, Ohio, USA
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