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 21 
 on: February 06, 2016, 03:09:05 AM 
Started by Hock - Last post by Hock
Knife Fighting Film - Knife Stress Quick Draws

The stress quick draw is the bedrock for all the following levels of study. “Getting the knife out!” One of the most important aspects in knife combatives, if not the, first and most important aspects, is drawing/pulling out the knife when you desperately need it. You can't do anything else until and unless you draw the knife out.

In this approximately one hour training film, Hock covers stress quick draw ideas, moves, exercises through the Stop 6 program, as in stand-up problems through ground problems. Plus, this film covers more life-saving information found inside Level One of this internationally practiced knife course.

“We shot the first knife stress draw, VHS video tape in about 1999 in South Africa. It was very well received, however I have learned so much more on the subject since that time. Plus, I have developed the Stop 6 program through the years, an amazing format vehicle through which to organize and exercise stress quick draws. This new film is crammed full of information. I really think it captures the spirit of Knife Level One.” - Hock

In the film, you will find:

. Knife selection tips

. Elbow cues

. Hand cues

. Carry sites - yours and the enemy’s

. 5 reasons why people do and don’t draw after the fight has started

. Draw methods standing through ground problems

. Drawing through the Stop 6

. Legal issues

. Legal recommendations “after the fact” (Hock is not an attorney.  If you need legal advice seek a professional.) 

. Who, what, where, when, how and why?

. Class drills and exercises

. So much more...

"Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful videos that you produced on the topic. I joined your discussion group recently and decided to try your Level 1 video. After buying it and viewing it, I'm sold on your training techniques. I will be proceeding with the entire course. Although I have been studying the traditional martial arts for 12 years now, I think that I will also be giving your Unarmed Series a serious look." - Chuck Callahan

"Hock, coming from law enforcement, I wish to thank you personally for the material you have presented in video format, and look forward to using more of what you have to present. I wish to thank you for your open-minded views on other instructors. I know that, you too, have so much to present, to keep me coming home to my family in one piece and help me stay out of hot water." - HapkidoDoin

"Still the best after 20 years!" Kevin Engstrom, TN, USA

Get more, see more, click here
http://shop.forcenecessary.com/us/Knife-Combat/c/878/Hock-Hochheim-Knife-Stress-Quick-Draws/p/57360

 22 
 on: January 18, 2016, 06:22:10 PM 
Started by Hock - Last post by Hock
"This blog itself is called “Who, What, Where, When, How and Why.” The phrase was first presented to me in the Army military police academy in the early 1970s. It was a checklist on how police officers should write a report. Answer those questions, big and small. But later I learned that a detective must further answer these questions, and a prosecutor must delve even deeper. You never know what weird little thing becomes vitally important in a trial..."

For the rest click here:
http://forcenecessarytv.blogspot.com/2016/01/who-what-where-when-how-and-why-part-1.html


 23 
 on: December 26, 2015, 06:21:04 PM 
Started by ghostrider - Last post by Hock
The big ten levels to be covered one Sunday a month starting in 2016

Year of the Knife!
http://shop.forcenecessary.com/us/All/c/1/01-17-16-January-17-Hock-Hochheim-2016-Monthly-Knife-Combat-Series-Begins-Dallas-area-TX/p/53595

 24 
 on: December 25, 2015, 08:16:15 PM 
Started by ghostrider - Last post by ghostrider
As always..thank you for you time.

 25 
 on: December 24, 2015, 02:18:44 PM 
Started by Hock - Last post by Hock
"I get a little sick of this short sighted bias meme going around, regurgitating by flippant little half-baked, airheads. Saw it again this morning and it caught me at a bad moment, I guess.

I wonder...
- precisely define "likely."
- precisely define "acquaintance."
- what are the exact years of this study?
Since the dawn of man? 1999 thru 2002?
- Does it include gangland, inner city violence?
Lets see now. 340 million people in the USA. Over 320 million guns here. The US Census bureau thinks there are 140 million households in the USA this year. Lets do the math on this....how are we all not dead yet? How? Shouldn't half of us be dead by now? Ohhh, there's that word "likely."

Likely? Here's a stat. We are..."
Click here for the rest of the story http://forcenecessarytv.blogspot.com/…/12/the-quiet-gun.html



 26 
 on: December 22, 2015, 08:10:39 PM 
Started by ghostrider - Last post by Hock
Force Necessary: Knife!  Course Overview

Level 1: Introduction to Ways of the Knife. Stress Quick Draws

Level 2: Support the Knife! While Holding. Dodge/Evasion Drill.
            Closed Folder Strategies and the Pommel Strikes Module

Level 3: Saber Stab Module.
             Military Quick Kills Module Part 1

Level 4: Reverse Grip/Ice Pick Stab Module.
             Military Quick Kills Module Part 2

Level 5: Saber Slash Module.
             Military X Knife Fighting Part 1

Level 6: Reverse Grip/Ice Pick Slash Module.
             Military X Knife Fighting Part 2.

Level 7: The Spartan Combat Module and
             Dueling! Crossing Blades

Level 8: The Chain of the Knife Module and
              The Claw of the Cat Module

Level 9: Death Grip of the Knife Module

Level 10: The Knife “Black Belt” Test

Level 11: Intensive Knife Ground Fighting Module
Level 12: Intensive Push Dagger & Fist Knives Module
Level 13: Intensive Double Knives and Stick and Knife
Level 14: Intensive Knife Speed, Skill and Flow Drill Mastery
Level 15: ...and up: Upon Personal Development and Request
Level 16: etc on specialized topics


Basic Journeyman Instructorship after Level 3
Advanced Instructorship after Level 6
Specialized Instructorship after Level 9
“Black Belts” on and after Level 10

 27 
 on: December 22, 2015, 04:05:48 PM 
Started by ghostrider - Last post by ghostrider
I was reading one of the posts about Force necessary with the Stick. Hock, what would your breakdown be in the foundation of first 10 levels in learning the knife?

 28 
 on: December 16, 2015, 04:19:41 PM 
Started by Hock - Last post by Hock
Back of the Head and Neck Strikes

     "Cracking somebody on the back of the head or neck. We all, by some instinctual common sense know that smacking somebody with really hard blasts on that area has a stunning effect. I knew this. But many years ago, for some reason it came home to me more at a Tim Tackett JKD seminar, when Tim highlighted this strike, stopped and talked about how it was used in a Marine Corp fighting course, etc. Nicknamed the “Gerber Strike” (because you would be eating Gerber Baby Food for a week or two after being seriously hit there) it seemed to sink in for me at that moment as a serious tool to use. You know - those “aha” moments.
      So, aside from the Austin Powers Judo Chop, the Napoleon Solo Judo Chop and the infamous internet "Ninjer Judy Chop," what of the power and the glory of the “Gerber Strike?”  ..."

For the rest of the story, click here
http://forcenecessarytv.blogspot.com/2015/12/back-of-head-and-neck-strikes.html

 29 
 on: December 11, 2015, 02:59:35 PM 
Started by ghostrider - Last post by Hock
OODA. Really overblown, over high-lighted subject.

I mean every sports player does that naturally. You want to fake the opponent out. You fake...there...."boom." OODA loop explained. But without fancy hi-tech terms and an over intricate diagram that resembles a submarine blueprint. So fancy and tech that you forget you knew this from playing tag as a small child.

Some people just salivate over stuff like this. Others not so much.
It was treated that way when introduced in the Air Force by John Boyd in military meetings/slideshows years ago Half the people salivated, the other half said, "what am I doing here?"

It is used all too much, as a "pop" subject, to sound "all in the know" and cool.

Hock

 30 
 on: December 10, 2015, 11:13:44 PM 
Started by ghostrider - Last post by ghostrider
I have heard and read up on the subject of the OODA loop. But now I would like to get hock's take on this subject. I value his take and knowledge overall the others who discuss this.

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