Shaykhet Confrontation Training Program
Lee Shaykhet was born in the former Soviet Union. He graduated from Moscow University and provided training for the military. In 1979 he emigrated to the U.S. Since that time he taught numerous training programs throughout the country. Gary Klugiewicz introduced Lee to the Law Enforcement training community. This program is about the typical problems and issues that occur in a confrontation, and how to successfully deal with them. There are some basic concepts that are addressed. There is a principle difference between the traditional approach to self defense, and the practical side of the matter. The simple fact is that people under stressful conditions cannot do complicated step by step techniques. Lee keeps it simple because that actually works. The training deals the psychological stress of a confrontation and how to deal with it. The OODA Loop principle is also explained. There is a scenario based practical part, where the students get to actually put what they learned into practice. The program is broken down into five simple basic concepts.
“I believe that it is smart to keep it simple, this is the foundation of all my training” —Lee Shaykhet
- Review Core Principles
- Practice Ground Defense
- Practice Edged Weapons Defense
- Practice Knee and Elbow Strikes
- Discuss the role of fitness in self defense
Duration: 2 Days
Equipment Required: Pistol with three magazines each. Duty belt (or tactical vest) with all issued gear, body armor, flashlight and handcuffs with key. Participants should come prepared to train in all weather conditions and should bring a hydration system or water bottle. Wraparound eye protection, ear protection, and brimmed hats will be worn during all live fire training. Participants should bring a helmet and wear clothing suitable for training, but similar to garments worn while working.
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