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MVP93: Mark Hatmaker on Western Martial Arts and Rough’n’Tumble

Mark Hatmaker is a legend of the self-protection and martial arts world, and it was a great pleasure to listen to him speak about western martial arts, boxing, wrestling and rough’n’tumble. Support Mark’s websites here:
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MVP93: Mark Hatmaker on Western Martial Arts and Rough'n'Tumble
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MVP92: Dr Tammy Yard-McCracken – #500Rising for Women’s Self Protection

Dr Tammy Yard-McCracken has  25+ years as a therapist working with survivors of violence, anxiety and PTSD. Wanting to do more to prevent trauma and build opportunity for resilience, Tammy became an instructor in Krav Maga and started a journey into self…

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MVP92: Dr Tammy Yard-McCracken - #500Rising for Women's Self Protection
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MVP91: The Ethics of Martial Arts Marketing with Ron Amram

In this episode I’m joined by good friend, martial artist, business consultant and academy owner, Ron Amram. We chat about the common pitfalls of marketing and reaching students, how easy it can be to compromise our ethics, and how the strategies that a…

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MVP90: Dr James S. Cawood

Dr. Cawood is President of Factor One which is a California based corporation specializing in threat assessment and management, violence risk assessment, behavioral analysis, security consulting, and investigations. Dr. Cawood has worked in the field for…

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MVP89: Drone Warfare with Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps

On this episode we chat drone warfare and the psychological cost of killing remotely with retired Lt. Col. Wayne Phelps.
 
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MVP88: Situational Awareness with Dr Gav Schneider

On this episode I am joined by my own boss, sensei, mentor and all around violence expert Dr Gav Schneider. Gav is a 7th degree black belt in krav maga and jujitsu, as well as holding a PhD in criminology specialising in use of force decision making. He …

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MVP87: Lessons from Celebrity Protection with Todd Fox

Todd Fox is the Founder & Managing Director of the Close Protection Corps which provides protective services to celebrities, executives, diplomats, and NGOs. To date the company has succesfully operated in 147 countries.Todd is a former Marine, Law Enfo…

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MVP87: Lessons from Celebrity Protection with Todd Fox
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Positional Asphyxia and Excited Delirium: Recommendations for Police, Prison and Security Operatives

The purpose of this article is to draw attention to the conditions known as Positional Asphyxia and Excited Delirium. Guest post by Daz Norton.

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MVP86: Security Industry Defensive Tactics with Nick Wyborn

Nick Wyborn is a defensive tactics instructor and security professional with a combined 16 years security and law enforcement experience across multiple Government agencies. As an Operational Safety Instructor in the NSW Police Force, Nick was one of the…

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MVP85: A Scientific Approach to Reality Based Training with Jeff Quail

Jeff Quail, MSc has a Masters degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Liverpool. Prior to becoming the CEO of Setcan Corporation, Jeff served as a law enforcement helicopter pilot in Canada. Jeff is responsible for the creation of the Shockn…

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