June 2016 is going to be one of the busiest months in the history of I.C.E. Training Company, with many opportunities to train with our team and affiliated instructors
Personal Defense Network
Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve broadcast several live training videos through PDN and my own social media accounts. The technology to bring live training videos, especially straight from actual classes, opens up a plethora of opportunities to share important imformation in a timely manner or in situations that a traditional production route can’t support.
Gun Free Zones are an everyday reality for many people. Hardly anyone is entirely immune to them. If you have kids in school, if you fly on commercial aircraft, if you travel overseas, if you drink alcohol, if you travel frequently in the U.S. and don’t carry a badge, and/or if you don’t let your gun …
A four part series on taking a Comprehensive Approach to Self-Defense; Meant to outline a complete plan for those just getting started and also be resource for those already involved in Self-Defense Training to re-evaluate their current approach and make sure they weren’t missing anything.
I had a great time last night answering many questions from PDN Premium Members, Subscribers and Visitors on a wide variety of self-defense topics.
BEST OF PDN 2015: TRAINING ARTICLES AND VIDEOS Posted by Rob Pincus Personal Defense Network has been around long enough that we have a couple of traditions. One is our annual “Best of” collection of videos and articles. The presentation of the Best of the year has changed over the past five years, but has a consistent …
The graphic video being shared all over the internet this morning certainly strikes most people as shocking… but, if you’re familiar with some of the most fundamental (and sometimes controversial) principles that we integrate into our training programs, you should recognize some of the most talked about aspects of the attack.
Gun Free Zones are a problem, but they are not the root of the problem. The root of the problem is that we have far too many people who do not accept their own responsibility for personal defense, whether they are armed or not
Most people think of “self-defense” as simply a set of physical skills. In Part 3 of this series, I look at the two general categories that most people focus on: Armed & Unarmed Defensive Skills. Both sides of the coin are worlds unto themselves and it would be easy to get lost in the details …
Previously in this series, I discussed the importance of increasing your awareness and being reasonably fit. In this article, I’ll cover the starting points of home security and the importance of door-locksunderstanding the law in regard to preparation for self-defense.