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1 OFFICIAL PDR TEAM 6-8 HOUR BASIC COURSE TEMPLATE This template is designed for an intro level exposure to PDR. While it is designed for 6-8 hours, the depth of information covered will ultimately determine it's length. It could easily be expanded for a longer course. A 6-8 hour course should cover only the subject matter necessary for the end user to leave empowered, and with a basic understanding and successful experience of the fundamental drills. Save the more in depth substance matter discussions for intermediate/advanced students and/or longer courses. For slides with video, you will have to insert them into the slides yourself (the video has to be on the computer you are using to show the PPT). If you are not up to the task or are not using a computer, burn the videos/photos to a DVD and show them to the class in that manner. There are optional slides (indicated by yellow titles) that should only be covered if time permits. There are instructor notes on most slides that you can print out and review. It is not necessary to cover all of the notes in you presentations, however the critical fundamental notes should always be covered. In depth notes on the drills are in the "Drill Description Manual". Continued next slide

2 OFFICIAL PDR TEAM 6-8 HOUR BASIC COURSE TEMPLATE cont, If you are not already familiar with Power Point, get familiar with it as it is an efficient tool for organizing courses and presentations. It has several different ways for viewing slides on your computer, creating animations for slides, printing handouts and it even allows you to export the slides, notes or both to Word to create a handy instructor course manual. You may reorganize slides if necessary and print them as handouts for your courses, but the instructor notes are not for public consumption. Note: there is no animation included in the PPT…you may add it if you like. Any handouts you give to students to have the footer below printed on them.---- © Copyright Tactical Systems - Permission is granted to quote, reprint or redistribute provided the text and format is not altered, and appropriate credit is given Please contact us if you need any assistance or have questions regarding this or any other reference tool. PDR Admin

3 Personal Defense Readiness™ Seminar Guide Blauer Tactical Systems™ All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission in writing from the publisher or author. © Copyright Blauer Tactical Systems

4 ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES  Safety Waiver  Introduction  Handouts

5 SAFETY WARNING READ BEFORE YOU START THIS COURSE OR USE THIS MANUAL The techniques, tools, tactics and concepts described in our courses, videos, manuals and audio's are to be used for legitimate purposes only, in appropriate combat, law enforcement or self-defense situations. Do not depend on any video, audio or manual for your safety. Your safety depends upon you and your ability to avoid, defuse and/or control confrontations. Your safety depends on your judgment during all confrontations. If you are a beginner, seek the guidance of an experienced trainer. If you are a trainer make sure you and your students fully understand the legal and moral implications of practicing and using self-defense, protective or combative tactics in your country, state, province, city and so on. This material is presented for educational purposes ONLY. VOLENTI NON FIT INJURIA. When you agree to learn, study or practice any marital art, combative or defensive tactics system you are “consenting to participate”. When you train in any martial art system, combative or defensive tactics system, there is an ‘assumption of risk’, especially those systems geared towards realistic street protection. Practice, train and use this information at your OWN RISK. Practice safely. Seek competent instruction. Seek competent counsel on use of force matters for your safety based on your lifestyle and or occupation. If you misinterpret a concept expressed in our seminars, manuals, videos or audios you could be seriously injured or killed as a result of the misunderstanding. Therefore the information contained in our courses, videos, manual and audios should be used as a supplement to competent personal instruction, diligent practice, personal evaluation and then balanced with the moral & legal application of any protective tactic.

6 PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT PSYCHOLOGY  Capacity vs. Potential  ‘Desirable and Less Desirable’

7 Everything I needed to know about self-defense I learned from Jim Carrey….

8 SPORT VS. STREET SPORT VS. STREET Are your classroom tactics readily transferable to the arena you are most likely going to fight in?

9 97 / 3 RULE  This rule states that 97% of the public can be dealt with through avoidance and de-escalation tactics. The other 3% are our most dangerous opponents; those that are willing to harm and/or kill to achieve their goals.

10 PHYSIOLOGY FIRST THE SCIENTIFIC REASON WHY THE S.P.E.A.R. SYSTEM™ IS DIFFERENT. It’s “Behaviorally Inspired & Genetically Wired™”

11 ALL DRILLS, PRINCIPLES, CONCEPTS ARE UNDERPINNED BY SCIENTIFIC & MEDICAL PRINCIPLES: PHYSICS KINESIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY Anatomy Neuroscience Physiology Tactical Mind-set & Combat Psychology

12 S.P.E.A.R. SYSTEM™  S = Spontaneous  P = Protection  E = Enabling  A = Accelerated  R = Response

13 HISTORY, DEVELOPMENT AND EVOLUTION OF THE S.P.E.A.R. SYSTEM™  THE “SUCKER PUNCH DRILL” -1987

14 “ In a real fight, where do you get hit first? ”

15 THE 3-DIMENSIONAL INTEGRITY OF THE S.P.E.A.R. SYSTEM™  S.P.E.A.R. as an Icon – Emotional  S.P.E.A.R. as an acronym – Psychological  S.P.E.A.R. as a tool – Bio-Mechanics  System vs. Tactic

16 THE THREE FIGHTS PRINCIPLE  Fight 1 - You vs. You  Fight 2 - You vs. Bad Guy  Fight 3 - You vs. Legal System *Do these fights only happen sequentially? Or do they affect each other?

17 THE UNIVERSAL FLINCH THEORY

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20 EXTREME FLINCH RESPONSE

21 A FLINCH CONVERTED

22 1. Why do we flinch? 2. Survival Instincts and the Flinch 3. Do all people flinch the same? 4. Our Reactive Brain (Survival System) Vs. Cognitive Brain (Muscle Memory Issues THE UNIVERSAL FLINCH THEORY

23 S.P.E.A.R. SYSTEM™ THESIS 1. What does the body/mind system want to do prior to any training? 2. Does this response have a combative application? 3. If so, why aren’t we integrating it?”

24 AWARENESS IS AFFECTED BY SUDDENNESS, AGGRESSION & PROXIMITY FUNCTIONAL AWARENESS = SCENARIO SPECIFIC + ATTACK SPECIFIC + CONSENT x2 SUDDENNESS = SURPRISE/AMBUSH FACTOR AGGRESSION = TELEGRAPHED RAGE PROXIMITY = HOW CLOSE YOU ARE TO THE ATTACK Awareness is empowered by consent & skill Opponent's ambush influences officer’s cognitive vs. reactive choices.

25 THE THEORY BEHIND THE PRIMARY INITIATION ATTACK  DEMYSTIFICATION MATRIX

26 DEMYSTIFICATION OF THE ‘CLOSE QUARTER ASSAULT’ Primary Initiation Attacks  Sucker Punch  Tackle  Shove

27 WHO CONTROLS THE FIGHT?

28 1ST DRILL SESSION

29 FAITH IN PHYSIOLOGY PHYSICALLY DEMONSTRATED  The Startle-Flinch Response Naturally Aligns One Of Your Body’s Strongest Weapons With Your Attacker.  ID the Sweet Spot

30 ROLE-PLAYING PRINCIPLES for ISOLATION DRILLS  BE A GOOD BAD GUY   BE A GOOD GOOD GUY  Replication Theory  Remember to have ‘Faith in Physiology’  Communicate  Everyone is a Safety Observer

31 S.P.E.A.R. AS A TACTIC: THE TECHNICAL/TACTICAL POSITION  Outside 90  Drill  Splayed Fingers Drill

32 CLOSE QUARTER COMBAT STANCE Strategic & Tactical Advantages Of CQCS:  Reflexive  Since It Mirrors the 'Flinch From a Distance'  Empty Hand Domination  Seduces Haymaker or Tackle (Two Pia's)  Locks and Loads  HALF S.P.E.A.R. & FULL S.P.E.A.R. + Other Close Quarter Tools  Keeps CLOSE QUARTER TOOLS Engaged  (S.P.E.A.R., Palms, Elbows)

33 ENCROACHMENT DRILL  A Timing Drill Designed To Sharpen The Relationship Between Pushing Away Danger And The CQCS

34 3 STEP BEAR HUG DRILL  Designed To Experience The Off-Balance to On-Balance Principle and The Primal, Protective, and Tactical Stages In Progressive Steps. 3 STEP TACKLE DRILL  Designed To Experience The Off-Balance to On-Balance Principle and The Primal, Protective, and Tactical Stages In Progressive Steps But From A Different Angle Of Attack- The Waist Tackle. STRENGTHENING THE S.P.E.A.R.

35 DUCK UNDER LINEAR  Designed To Experience The Off-Balance to On-Balance Principle and The Primal, Protective, and Tactical Stages In A Fluid Motion And Stopping The Tackle In A Linear Motion. DUCK UNDER LATERAL  Designed To Experience The Off-Balance to On-Balance Principle and The Primal, Protective, and Tactical Stages In A Fluid Motion While Stopping an Attacker From Getting Behind You, and Changing Direction of His Attack. STRENGTHENING THE S.P.E.A.R.

36 SLAPPING S.P.E.A.R.  This Drill Is Designed To Practice Defending Against The Leg Tackle.  Remember That Leg Tackles Do Not Occur In a “Vacuum” The Drill Is An Isolation Of The Attack On The Leg Within A Scenario.

37  Closest Weapon Closest Target – CWCT It is a 3 dimensional performance enhancement tool  EMOTIONAL - Mobilizer - it can facilitates motion during times of duress  PSYCHOLOGICAL - Neuromuscular Mobilizer - it can decrease gap times and reaction time during altercations  PHYSICAL - Skill Set Trigger - improves off-balance action, deploys learned & improvised skills sooner  Tools Target and Tactics - The 3 T’s  Closest Weapon Closest Target – Drill CLOSE QUARTER TOOL DEVELOPMENT

38 THE 3 D’s  Detect to Avoid 3 I’s  De-fuse to de-escalate NVP™ Choice Speech  Defend 3 T’s CWCT™ S.P.E.A.R. System™ S.P.E.A.R. Tactic™ CQ Tools

39 2 ND DRILL SESSION

40 MURPHY MOMENTS: THE THREE DANGER ZONES  2 Classic Jams:  Hyper-flexion  Clinch  Armed Passed

41 MALFUNCTION DRILL #1  Hyper-Flexion  This Immediate Action is Designed to Create Space When The Opponent’s Suddenness, His Strength, or Position Pin Your Arm Tightly Against Your Body, Preventing Appropriate Muscle Recruitment.

42 MALFUNCTION DRILL #2  Clinch  This Immediate Action is Designed to Create Space When The Opponent’s Suddenness, His Strength, or Position Do Not Allow Your Arm To Get Outside 90 Degrees.

43 MALFUNCTION DRILL #3  Arm Passed  This Immediate Action is Designed to Return To A POD, After The Opponent Has Passed Your Arm And Grabbed You Around The Waist During A Tackle.  It Also Helps Prevent Being Thrown To The Ground.

44 MIRROR DRILL  This Drill Is Designed To Experience Primal And Protective Responses When The Opponent Attacks With An Explosive Haymaker.  This Is Safely Simulated By Using A Violent Headlock In Training.

45 SHARPENING THE S.P.E.A.R Arms & Hands:  Sweet Spot, the Ideal Point of Impact  Outside 90 Degree Rule  Splay Fingers Head Position:  “Rule of Thumb" Torso & Hips Position:  Faces threat,  Axis forward Legs & Feet:  Sprinters stance,  Pressure On The Balls Of The Feet,

46 DRY- FIRING DRILLS  Effortless Power Vs. Powerful Effort.  Cross Check Theory: Entire arm makes contact.  Safety and Ideal Point of Contact/Point of Impact Drills 1. On Contact Dry Fire 2. Two Inch Dry Fire 3. Ambidextrous Dry Fire

47 NON-VIOLENT POSTURES™ “Make your everyday stance your fighting stance and your fighting stance your everyday stance” Musashi  The ‘Trojan Horse’ Principle  NVP Matrix  NVP Flow Drills

48 EMOTIONAL CLIMATE TRAINING™ 1. Wean the Flinch 2. Narration 3. Safe/Unsafe 4. Primal (Instinctive) 5. Protective 6. Tactical

49 BALLISTIC MICRO FIGHT ™ PRINCIPLES  Replication Vs. Simulation  Isolation  PIA’s  BMF Encroachment +Verbal+ Shove+ Haymaker+ Tackle

50 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF INTIMIDATION “When you’re visualizing what your opponent can do to you… instead of what you can do to your opponent!” “When you’re visualizing what your opponent can do to you… instead of what you can do to your opponent!” - Tony Blauer “Your opponent is already dangerous – don’t make them more dangerous by imbuing them with skills that they haven’t yet proven.” -Tony Blauer

51 THE POWER OF INDIGNATION “There are more people who have successfully defended themselves through sheer will & indignation, with absolutely no training what-so- ever, than there are trained people who have been attacked and successfully defended themselves.” -Tony Blauer

52 BE YOUR OWN BODYGUARD™ “What do you see yourself doing to protect someone else that you do not see yourself doing to protect yourself?”… BYOB -Tony Blauer

53 F.E.A.R. MANAGEMENT SKILLS  Respect the Mind Body Relationship  “What goes on around us has little to do with what goes on inside of us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson  Emotional / Psychological Relationship  “ If you face just one opponent and doubt yourself, you are out numbered.” – Dan Millman  Biological Fear vs. Psychological Fear  F.E.A.R.

54 Generic PD: “When faced with the threat of an attack I will do what I can to avoid the confrontation with as little violence as possible occurring to both myself and my attacker(s).” THE PERSONAL DIRECTIVE  A directive is like your personal mission statement.  It’s a mental trigger to help you shift from a reactive mind-set to a tactical one.  If it is realistic and supported by realistic training, it will kick in when you need it.  It is supported by the Three P's

55 3 GOLDEN RULES  Accept what is happening.  Get Challenged.  Keep Thinking.

56 SUGGESTED STUDY AIDS CD – ‘Audio Trilogy’ DVD – ‘S.P.E.A.R. System For Women & Self-defense Coaches:volumes 1 & 2’ Blauer Tactical Systems (877)

57 Please give us your feedback at:  Learn more about our programs at:  “Thank you for attending today’s training.”

58 Q&A

59 ADDITIONAL SLIDES

60 CLOSE QUARTER FORM (CQF) 1. Assume the Negotiation NVP: * Visualize BG encroaches 2. Index Palm 3. Palm Strike 4. CQCS (Verbal Command, Assess) - *Visualize BG attacks w/ Haymaker 5. Micro flinch converts to Full S.P.E.A.R. 6. Vertical Elbow to Index Palm - *Visualize BG in violent clinch 7. Horizontal Elbow>>Index Palm 8. 1/2 S.P.E.A.R. >>Diagonal Elbow>>Index Opponent>>2 hand grab to BG’s head - *Visualize BG trying to waist tackle 9. Knee (punching)>>Index Opponent 10. Disengage (CQCS), Threat Assess

61 LIVE ACTION RESPONSE DRILLS™ (L.A.R.D.):  Designed To Teach Appropriate Responses To The Same Attack In Different Scenarios.  Also Enables Practicing Transitions From The SPEAR To Other Tools. NVP + Choice Speech + Disengage NVP + Choice Speech + CWCT + SPEAR + Disengage NVP + Choice Speech + CWCT + SPEAR + CWCTx3 + Disengage

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