Warren Sinclair a 5th degree black-belt in Vee Arnis Ju-Jitsu, and a master practitioner of Combat Arnis. This street style combat system is a combination of Judo, Ju-Jitsu, Filipino Arnis, Kuntao, Muay Thai, with elements from Kung-Fu, Karate and Aikido. Warren has trained agents from various government agencies, including the FBI, NYPD, FDNY, EMT/Paramedics, correctional facility officers, local and international detectives, military service personnel, and numerous executives as personal clients. Additionally, he teaches practical self defense to children, the elderly, people with disabilities, and assault and rape victims.
- The distinction between fighting and personal protection
- Personal protection principles that are applicable regardless of one’s training background
- Personal protection concepts that mitigate the potential for physical confrontation, developing situational awareness
- The importance of training various “ranges”- weapons, striking, trapping, grappling
- Recognizing the intent of different martial arts systems and techniques- context
- Why people who don’t carry weapons might consider training with them
- Why attempting to disarm an assailant armed with a gun is generally not advisable
- How to appropriately combine technique work/drilling with sparring and full contact work to develop both skill and realism
- Applying said concept to different groups ranging from children to military/law enforcement
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