#3 Augmented To Close : The Ranges of Combat
Saturday 5th November
2.00 – 6.00 pm
Enon Baptist Church Hall
Weapons: The Other Three Limbs
(Bring a cane or one handed edge oriantated weapon if you have one)
Striking: Controlling Distance
Grappling: Taking it to the Floor
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the North East Combat Lab?
The North East Combat Lab was set up with two goals in mind. The first was to provide high quality, interesting, varied and themed training events available to all interested parties in the north east of England (not that we would ever exclude those from further away). The second aim was to build a social and professional network of martial artists in the local area. As such these events are designed to provide opportunities to sample styles and concepts different from your own, and through that take part in informed discussion as well as make new friends.
How do I reserve a place at this event?
In order to book a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating how many places you require. Your name will then be added to the list and you can pay for your place on the day. If not all the places are reserved the remainder will be available to buy on the door.
What equipment should I bring?
The basic kit required for this class is some comfortable trainers, lose trousers and a t-shirt (something like a tracksuit is fine). As is the case for all training, a water bottle and snacks are essential given the length of the session. If you have additional equipment such as a grappling Gi, boxing or MMA gloves, head guard etc feel free to bring them as they will be nicer than the group kit loaners!
What if I have more questions?
If you have any more questions please contact the event organiser who will get back to you as quickly as possible. Duncan can be reached on 07813 829143 or by emailing email@example.com
Combat Lab #1 Controlled Fighting – The Art of Staying Safe – February 2016 (Sensi Peter Seth – Aikido, James Marwood – Safe Six and Owen Seth – BJJ)
Combat Lab # 2 Knife Defence – A Realistic Approch – April 2016 (Michael Whittaker – Medieval Dagger, Martin Dougherty – Street Knife Defence and James Marwood – Wrestling Knife Defence)