Scott Ferguson

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Personal Defense training is probably one of the most contested subjects that two people could get into. Some people say it’s not necessary at all, and some people think you have to be Super Ninja 6000 and have a backpack full of tools to go to the grocery store. Like most things, the answer is...
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It’s no secret that I love Jiu-jitsu. So much so, that I really do think it has room for everyone and whatever their pursuits and goals are, whether that be the sport, the martial art, or using jiu-jitsu as a general physical outlet. I do, however, have a frustration. It’s more of a frustration that...
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As I’ve gained experience in this art, through both my own hands-on work as well as being a coach, I’ve always tried to make sense in my mind how a person with seemingly less time in the art of jiu-jitsu could best a more experienced person in a sparring or tournament situation. It happens all...
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Febuary of 2020 was our six month anniversary, and I’m pleased to report that things are cooking along just fine. We are growing and hearing more from folks interested in getting started with us every week. We’ve covered a lot of ground in the last six months, and we have a long way to go...
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A few considerations Some heavy hitters in this pic. If you know, you know. I get asked regularly what my opinion might be about a number of firearms instructors and classes, so it seemed like a good idea to put several of my thoughts into one place so that I’d have something semi-complete that I...
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An old pic of my kid. He tried to knock me out. Couldn’t do it. A question that I get somewhat regularly is whether or not striking is including in our self defense curriculum. The answer is – Kind of, but probably not to the degree that you’d think. In short, I feel that the...
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So our first month of training is coming to a close, and I feel like we got a lot of good ground covered and have begun to lay a solid foundation. Everyone is working hard and is progressing nicely. I love seeing smiling, sweaty faces at the end of the training sessions. Wanting to stay...
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