Pressure Point Control Tactics
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Pressure Point Control Tactics

Goals:

The HFRG Pressure Point Control Tactics course was the first subject control system designed based on tactical, legal and medical research. It was originally developed as a supplement to existing defensive tactics or impact weapon systems. The course focuses on two primary areas: controlling low-level resistance with finger tip touch pressure to nerve pressure points and controlling high-level resistance with defensive counter strikes and the baton, which produce motor dysfunctions and controlled stuns.

Description:

  • Use of Force Human Factors
  • Instructor Development and Training Protocols
  • HFRG Control Principles
  • Pressure Point Control Tactics
  • Defensive Counterstrikes

Topics:

  1. To examine survival learning research in an effort to enhance survivability in combat situations.
  2. To identify the primary and secondary striking targets and their medical implications.
  3. To identify the HFRG Fluid Shock Wave Principle, a system of striking that enhances subject control.
  4. To teach the recommended HFRG methods of de-escalation.
  5. To refine student technique to the instructor level.
  6. To teach instructional methods designed to enhance a student’s ability to learn survival techniques, increase his/her confidence level, and assist in the successful application of physical techniques.

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