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# Close Quarter Combatives Group: Training Mission Two by W. Hock Hochheim, Margaret Eden

By W. Hock Hochheim, Margaret Eden

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Set 1: Pound the target downward from the 12 o’clock zone. Set 2: Pound the target inward from the 3 o’clock zone (shown above). Set 3: Pound the target backhanded and upward at the 6 o’clock zone. Set 4: Pound the target backhanded from the 9 o’clock zone. Set 5: Pound the target from all 4 angles from a knee high position. Set 6: Pound the target from all 4 angles from a grounded position. Set 7: Switch hands. Pound through the above 6 sets with your opposite hand. Set 8: Pound on a trainer partner that is moving, feeding you a target and striking back.

Use pads and mitts for the targets to build stabs and pommel strikes. Page 55 9 o’clock. When it’s time to teach the stalking attack and counter-attack versus a mobile trainer, various techniques can be used. The first technique comes from the boxing sciences-feeding targets. The stationary drill. The trainer holds back the stick, then produces it forward as a signal to be hit. The mobile version! Page 56 After some stalking, the trainer presents the stick for a strike. The trainee strikes out.

A basic shaft strike. A basic stab. Practice 1) In the air, to develop basics and body synergy. 2) Hit objects to feel realistic resistance and goal-specific strength. 3) Train with partners in choreographed sets and freestyle fighting. Page 46 A basic pommel strike. The Enforcement High Noon-The High Police Strike In most world-wide enforcement and corrections policy, the high-hand-over-head impact weapon attack is prohibited, largely because it signifies a head shot. Stick hits to the head easily render the enemy stunned and/or down and out and are your most successful, hard core, survival tactic.