Training Mission 2 - Second Edition
by W. Hock Hochheim
275 how-to pages
Over 2,000 how-to photos
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“For more than 4 decades I wanted to create a program that was the essence of combat. Style-free. Arts-free. Sports-free. The essence of hand, stick, knife and gun fighting. I envisioned a person skilled in unarmed combatives, yet armed with a rifle, or a pistol, or a stick or a knife, or all of them, that could fight standing, seated, kneeling and on the ground, utilizing their “hands,” or whatever weapon was needed, and doing what was morally and legally necessary to win/survive the crime or war situation. These Training Mission books document my mission.” - Hock
Hock’s Training Mission Two is an unarmed and multi-weapon collection of his Force Necessary, Level 2 hand, stick, knife and gun course materials. The material is organized through his Stop 6 training program as its skeleton. Stop 2 is all the vital collisions that spring from fingers on fingers, hands on hands, hands on wrists unarmed and armed problems. Releases, drills, exercises and scenarios. A practitioner may choose to study one or all of these 4 courses.
The book is in two parts. Part 1 covers the hand, stick, knife, gun universal commonalities of the Stop 2 of the Stop 6. Part 2 of the book covers the physical and mental requirements, skills, drills and scenarios specific for hand, stick, knife and gun Force Necessary level 2. Force Necessary: Hand Level 2 covers Stop 2 unarmed basics as well as has its own trajectory and covers more problems than just Stop 2 situations.
W. Hock Hochheim is a military vet, police vet and multiple martial arts, black belt vet with 3 decades of line operations experience, much of that time as a criminal investigator. He currently teaches hand, stick, knife and gun in some 25 seminars a year in 11 allied countries.
TABLE of CONTENTS
Part 1: The Level Two Close Quarter Concepts Commonalties
Chapter 1: Stop 2
Chapter 2: The What Question
Chapter 3: The Importance of the Grab and Death Grip
Chapter 4: Do Not Over Extend
Chapter 5: Footwork Drill #2: In and Out
Chapter 6: Stalking and Mad Rush Exercise
Chapter 7: Low-Line Kicks in Stop 2 Problems
Chapter 8: Limited Use of the Head Butt - A Serious warning
Chapter 9: Tactical Breathing
Chapter 10: Broken Jaws and Breathing
Chapter 11: The Basic Releases
Chapter 12: The Hand Drop, Feeling for a Draw
Chapter 13: Weapon Retention
Chapter 14: Weapon Disarming
Chapter 15: Grabbing the Pistol
Chapter 16: Anger Management
Chapter 17: Frigid Cold Fighting
Chapter 18: Rituals of Death
Part 2: The Performance Requirements
Chapter 19: Force Necessary: Hand Level 2
Chapter 20: Force Necessary: Stick Level 2
Chapter 21: Force Necessary: Knife Level 2
Chapter 22: Force Necessary: Gun Level 2
Chapter 23: Tests
Stop 2 More Skill, Flow and Speed Exercises