SPEAR System Essential Skills & Drills - FINGERS SPLAYED (Safety & Common Errors)
Coach Tony Blauer runs you through the foundational movements for the SPEAR System.
The S.P.E.A.R. System is a modern close quarter combatives & personal defense program based on science, psychology and human bio- mechanics.
It is not a martial art nor does it replace other martial systems. We have standardized and simplified close quarter combatives choices and improved potential effectiveness by basing the close quarter skills on hardwired reflexes and reactions to violence.
CERTIFICATION COURSES & Training Calendar: http://www.regonline.com/SPEARcourses.
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