Robert Bombalier

Robert Bombalier

Weapon Defense

This happens to be one of my favorite topics. So I will just jump in, head first! THE GUN: Easiest weapon to defend against (within reason). With the gun, you simply need to be out of the “line of site” of the barrel. Granted you need various tools like: misdirection, retention, disarming, countering, striking, kicking, …

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Photo Gallery

Let the green dragon ascend. Enjoy some memories with this collection of photos from classes and seminars. Replay in your mind the lessons you learned in the past. Carry the feelings thoughts and actions that helped you into the present moment.

Combinations

Combinations teach gauging and positioning in one-on-one situations. There are a variety of  principles that are designed to be expressed in each combination. Some are taught, some are hidden waiting to be discovered.  Each is a building block designed to condition an individual about the ifs, hows, whens, wheres and whys of many different and possible …

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Weapons Use

Most people do not completely understand the function of weapons. Most see it as a way to defend themselves, others see it as something neat they can twirl around and look cool with, and others look at it more seriously.  In actuality, weapons teach “unconsidered movements with your body” as well as new forms of coordination …

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Sparring

Some people think this is the same thing …. and it kind of is in beginning training. But they quickly separate right after. Sparring is training with defined rules and usually safety measures in place. There is “full contact” sparring, but even that has safety rules in place. The Japanese martial arts call it “Kumite”. …

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FORMS

Move with power and balance while building your body’s fighting vocabulary. Many people do not understand the function of forms, and some believe they are a waste of time. I remember clearly hearing on the radio that Dr. Laura Schlessinger did not see the value of forms. If memory serves she had earned her Black …

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Kempo Techniques

Effective moves to quickly subdue an attacker. I have personally found that Kempos give the practitioner a much finer sense of control, action, reaction, and response. They teach an individual how to respond to nearly limitless positions, thus keeping them in the winning position at all times. This broadens their capacity for clearly understanding the …

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