Tag: weaponology

Advanced class registration for the SBS community

Advanced class registration for the SBS community

| July 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

We are extremely pleased to bring three high quality personal safety instructors to the Minneapolis, Minnesota area this fall and winter. We are giving SBS readers an advanced, private registration opportunity for our 2017 visiting instructor program. Starting today, you will be able to register ahead of the general public for: September 09/10 – Cecil […]

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Using an Inner Tube as a Knife Mount: Conclusions

Using an Inner Tube as a Knife Mount: Conclusions

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

This post serves as the end of my experimentation of using a bicycle inner tube to mount a knife to my belt. You can read the original post here, as well as my follow up once I started force on force training with it. Final¬†Evaluations I continued to use the bike tube + retention line […]

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That’s What She Said: Weaponology by Ed’s Manifesto

That’s What She Said: Weaponology by Ed’s Manifesto

| November 14, 2016 | 3 Comments

… it’s like arts and crafts with your favorite uncle who could totally kill you. Day 1 The two day Weaponology class from Ed’s Manifesto started with hand-to-hand techniques that are not covered in most martial arts or self defense classes. It’s because they’re terrible. And brutal. And my absolute favorite. Much of the work […]

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Ed’s Manifesto Weaponology Day 2 3×3 Review

Ed’s Manifesto Weaponology Day 2 3×3 Review

| November 11, 2016 | 1 Comments

“But wait, there’s more.” This phrase was heard multiple times during the 2-day Weaponology class with Ed’s Manifesto. Ed’s calm, charismatic voice assured us that no matter how much we groaned or cringed when he described a technique that “we can make it worse.” Day 2 built on the foundations of Day 1 and focused […]

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Ed’s Manifesto Weaponology Day 1 3×3 Review

Ed’s Manifesto Weaponology Day 1 3×3 Review

| November 8, 2016 | 1 Comments

We hosted Ed from Ed’s Manifesto for his two-day Weaponology course. The class was a collection of techniques, observations, and skills that Ed has accumulated in his career. The material comes from many sources — some traditional, some darker in origin. The overall theme of the course was how to fight with our bodies and […]

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