Year Two E learning advanced concepts

WWC Year 2

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  Level

Intermediate   

  Language

English (US)



PREREQUISITES

You are required to take the following courses prerequisites in sequential order before starting this course.

  1. Warriors Way Combatives E Learning

Course Details

Warriors Way Combatives

YEAR TWO Development Modules

Welcome to the Year Two curriculum of Warriors Way Combatives ELearning. The YEAR TWO curriculum builds not only on YEAR ONE’s skills but is the refinement of combative movement that will take your skills to the stratosphere.

Warriors Way Combatives YEAR TWO Development Modules will hone your skills to the level of combative lethality you’ve always desired but has eluded you. In the YEAR TWO Modules you will develop the following:

  • Module 13 provides a review of the Warrior Flow Concepts.
  • Modules 14, 15, 16, and 17 develops within you, Combative Creativity.
  • Module 18, 19, and 20 develops within you the necessary Ruthless Intent to focus your mind to win the fight along with several finishing moves.
  • Module 21 develops within you Ground Combat / Confined Spaces fighting skills as well as finishing moves from the ground.
  • Module 22 and 23 teaches you how to fight with Weapons too include improvised weapons as well as finishing moves.
  • Finally, Module 24 teaches you how to win against multiple attackers.

The next level of skills you will develop in this year’s modules are literally the concepts and principles of Warrior Development that eludes 99% of those who train in the warrior arts and sciences. The reasons are various, but the simple truth is very few know them let alone how to teach them. So, they do not learn them. Not so with the Warriors Way Combatives ELearning.

You will experience an exponential level of growth in skill during this training and will complete the total rewiring of your body and how it moves and functions under dynamic combat for the better!

Of this you have my word…

Al Ridenhour

Creator / Founder of Warrior Flow System

Course Content

Chapter 1 :   Module 13

Chapter 2 :   Module 14

Chapter 3 :   Module 15

Chapter 4 :   Module 16

Chapter 5 :   Chapter 5 Module 17

Chapter 6 :   Chapter 6 Module 18

Chapter 7 :   Module 19

Chapter 8 :   Chapter 8

Chapter 9 :   Chapter 9

Chapter 10 :   Chapter 10

About Instructor

Al Ridenhour

LtCol Al Ridenhour, USMC (ret)

Combat veteran, former Infantry Officer, Operations Officer, Company Commander, Sniper Platoon Commander, Intelligence Officer, Security Manager and Anti-Terror / Force Protection Officer.

He is the Creator and Head of Warrior Flow and has nearly "four decades" training and experience in the Martial Arts as a practitioner and Instructor. He is also the Co-Founder and President of the International Warrior Arts Association.

His personal philosophy toward self-defense is as Thucydides once said that, "All men are basically the same..." In other words, the qualitative difference between one man or another is not in how big or strong they are, but how "WELL TRAINED" they are. You see, it''s not a matter of whether you''re so-called "tough", you''re either trained or you''re not and "competence breeds confidence..." Period.

Michael McNulty: Senior Master Instructor

Owner of Warriors Way Combatives, he is a Marine Corps Veteran with over 40 years of martial arts experience and has been teaching martial arts for 15 years. He is a Certified Instructor in Warrior Flow and Co-Founder of the International Warrior Arts Association.

His personal philosophy is that within everyone, regardless of size, speed or strength is a warrior waiting to get out. By developing people though the proper modality of training they can not only learn to move and fight but to “overcome” fear, to become “better”.

Kevin O''Leary: Master Instructor

Co-Owner of Warriors Way Combatives, and a Marine Corps Veteran with nearly 20 years of martial arts experience and has been teaching martial arts for 10 years. He is a Certified Instructor in Warrior Flow and a Member of the International Warrior Arts Association.

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