Combatives Conditioning

Combatives Conditioning combines key elements of our Award Winning Combatives Program—Posture, Functional Movement, Performance-based Conditioning (Power, Speed, and Agility) in a small-group training environment.

Whatever your conditioning goal—weight loss, body toning, or muscular development Combatives Conditioning will get you there!


Following this course of instruction, you will:

- More competently defend yourself;

- Depart more balanced, agile, and coordinated; 

- Understand and apply our combative principles as effectively as your attributes allow;

- Have a more realistic understanding of confrontations, what constitutes useful Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), and what is legal under the law with regard to the right of self-defense.

Online Training

Our Award winning training programs are available to you no matter where you are located.

We offer Three Online Training Programs.

  1. Postural Alignment

    • Mitigate Pain, Enhance Recovery, Restore Postural. Integrity

  2. Functional Movement

    • Improve Function, Restore Balance, Eliminate Physical Barriers to Skill Acquisition

  3. Performance Enhancement

    • Optimize Physical Conditioning and Capacity, lose weight, increase muscle mass

Online programs are delivered via our award winning online training platform, which is used by NFL, NBA and NCAA and countless other professional organizations.

Open-Mat Sparring

Combatives aren’t about winning a competition. Combatives are about prevailing in an unprovoked violent street attack. Preferably, prevailing means escaping. When escape isn’t possible, it means intentionally impairing your attacker to the point you’ve made him either unwilling or unable to hurt or kill you. It may also mean killing him if you have no other choice.


To Bang or Not to Bang — How hard is enough?

A question that invariably comes up is “How hard should I bang?” My honest answer is “As hard as you can stand it,” followed by, “but use some common sense.”

When you’re impact training on each other, how hard you strike depends on the technique, the scenario, the sequence, the weapon, whether you’re wearing any protective equipment and, most importantly, you and your training partners’ appetites for intensity.

Training Ground Rules

  1. No one gets to watch.

  2. Save the cheap shots for the street.

  3. Stick to the drill.

  4. ALWAYS protect yourself.