Have you ever heard the expression ‘Fight or Flight response’ or the ‘freeze reaction’ in a conflict? Maybe you have been in a situation where you froze up and did not know what to do.
Maybe you knew WHAT to do but your body did not comply and you ended up with unwanted results.
Do you know that this can happen in any type of conflict? It’s not only in physical altercations that you can freeze up.
It can also be before – or even worse – during an important business meeting or exam. It is human natural response to stress.
Whether it is a physical conflict or not wrong decision due to stress increases risk of failure (Note: In Krav Maga failure is not an option).
The bad news: Everyone has had or will have this experience in one form or the other and many have had bad things happen to them because of the wrong response.
The good news: During this 3-day course you can learn how to understand and minimize the risk of freezing up in a conflict situation, improve your decision making and behavior under any kind of stress. Keep on reading to find out how.
Giving you knowledge that will enabling your students to understand and overcome the fear and stress that is part of a fight.
Whether it’s Krav Maga or any other fighting system you will benefit from the knowledge of this course as stress is part of the game.
Military and police officers, commanders and instructors will get knowledge and drills highly relevant to their professional challenges.
Get new insight into what happens in the mind and body when important decisions have to be made, and how to improve decision making under stress.