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RGI Combatives - Volume II: Tactical Movement & Protector Techniques
Featuring Jack Hoban
Whether you are a law enforcement officer, military operative, or citizen protector, violent confrontations call for a high level of tactical and technical competence. In this installment of the Ethical Protector video series, Jack Hoban, Craig Gray and Jim Morganelli demonstrate how effective maneuver and body movement can give you a critical tactical advantage as you perform field-tested personal protection techniques under stress. Effective conflict resolution also calls for ethical behavior. The video emphasizes the deep connection between tactical movement and ethical conduct that keeps everyone safer. The RGI ethical-tactical approach stems from "The Dual Life Value," which bids the Ethical Protector to protect the life of self and others, even the opponent's.
- Tactical Strikes
- Parries and Counters
- Disengages (Escapes)
- Take Downs
Jack Hoban served as a U.S. Marine Corps officer and is a long time practitioner of martial arts. He assisted in the creation of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program and remains a subject matter expert for the program. Hoban has led more than 500 workshops and seminars around the world addressing universities, government and private organizations on ethics and martial arts, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the New York Police Department (NYPD). He was a longtime associate of the late Robert L. Humphrey, noted conflict resolution specialist and author of "Values for a New Millennium." Hoban is also a master instructor in the Japanese Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu martial arts system.