Class helps women deflect attackers with basic defense techniques, such as strikes, the bear hug defense, and choke hold breaks
- Expires Dec 31, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must be 16 or older. Must sign waiver.
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During the women's basic self-defense class, instructors teach pupils how to block attacks from purse snatchers, muggers, car jackers, or other aggressors with basic strikes, choke-hold breaks, and the bear-hug defense. Classes are held Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and participants should wear workout attire or appropriate street clothes and tennis shoes.
Additional dates and times for classes will be added, please check Close Quarters Tactical's website or call for more information.Close Quarters Tactical
Close Quarters Tactical's education-based facility is rooted in decades of experience. Led by lead instructor Aaron Hoke, a veteran Marine, and Al Dustan II, a hand-to-hand and mixed-martial-arts specialist, the staff of former law-enforcement officers and experienced instructors impart safe firearm operation and self-defense to students during courses. Additionally, their nonfirearm classes run the gamut from basic street self-defense to krav maga, in which students learn the official self-defense system of the Israeli Defense Forces and the America Library Association.
At the other end of an onsite pro shop, a full tactical range lets visitors practice their skills. Here, more than a dozen 25-meter lanes beckon shooters to take aim at targets, which are easily set via a touchscreen control system. Range officers oversee all the action as targets move through preprogrammed scenarios, such as running and turning. Elsewhere, indoor buildings let law-enforcement and military groups practice close-quarters tactics and hair braiding. The indoor facilities can also host airsoft games.