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Category: Conditioning Techniques

How To Increase The Power Of All Your Punches

How To Increase The Power Of All Your Punches

People I have trained have often asked me why my punches are so powerful and how they can learn to generate power just as I do. In this article, I am going to explain how I can generate the power that I do. It is nothing special; you must learn proper body mechanics.

Special Agent Survival Tactics: Tactical Movement When SHTF

Special Agent Survival Tactics: Tactical Movement When SHTF

Before I begin, let me say that FightFast is not advocating violence of any kind. They just want you to be prepared. The tactics and procedures I am going to discuss are for informational purposes to be used in a life or death situation only. Unless you have been in the military or plan to Read More

Training for Courage by Mark Hatmaker

Training for Courage by Mark Hatmaker

The body is a time-machine. That is, the mind (the currently intangible part of the body) anticipates a future event and the tangible portion of our body (the physiological structure and internal biochemical processes and all their attendant prowess) begins behaving in a direction towards that future state. To make that clearer, the body while Read More

Training for Courage by Mark Hatmaker

Training for Courage by Mark Hatmaker

Do you consider yourself courageous? Now, whether you answered that question in the affirmative or the negative or in the “Well, maybe, a little” let’s now answer this… Would you like to be more courageous?

How To Use A Cane For Self Defense by Derek Smith

How To Use A Cane For Self Defense by Derek Smith

Following my article on the baton vs. escrima sticks, one of the readers asked me to write about using a cane for self-defense. I thought that was a great idea because canes can be legally carried and can be a very effective self-defense tool. I learned how to use a cane for self-defense when I Read More

Training Anticipatory Stress: Part 1 by Mark Hatmaker

Training Anticipatory Stress: Part 1 by Mark Hatmaker

Today’s offering will start with a quote from American literature and a word or two as to what that might have to do with our own combat training, then proceed into the physiology of how your body reacts with ZERO training in the shadow of physical confrontation; we will ponder how those evolved reactions are Read More