Kelly McCann's Combatives Self-Defense Course
This cutting-edge remote-learning course taught by Black Belt’s 2008 Self-Defense Instructor of the Year Kelly McCann was designed as a crash course in empty-hand fighting, as well as defense against the weapons you’re most likely to encounter on the street: the stick, knife and gun. For more than a decade, the public has paid up to $500 for a weekend seminar with McCann.
Kelly McCann is uniquely qualified to teach this video course. He’s spent more than three decades researching the world’s martial arts with a special emphasis on military methods — including World War II combatives. Along the way, he modified those methods to make sure they meet the needs of 21st-century students of self-defense, who often find themselves facing threats that are quite different from those encountered by World War II vets who engaged in hand-to-hand combat.
The result is Kelly McCann’s 5-Volume Combatives Self-Defense Course. The number of techniques is kept to a minimum so you can master them in months rather than years. The defenses are designed to rely on gross-motor movements, which means they’ll work under pressure in a real fight. Most important, the entire program was created as a lawful self-defense system, one that teaches legally defensible responses to attacks.
Simply put, there’s no better self-defense system or course in existence. If you’ve never taken a martial arts lesson in your life, no problem! Kelly McCann covers everything you need to know from the ground up. If you’ve trained in a traditional martial art for years or even decades, he won’t try to get you to abandon your roots. Instead, he’ll tell you how your current skills fit into his system and how you can tweak them for maximum effectiveness on the street.
Note that this is a one-time purchase. Once you sign up for Kelly McCann’s 5-Volume Combatives Self-Defense Course, you can review the videos as often as you like. As long as you have a signal, they will stream seamlessly to your smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer. If you see a move you like — or one you have questions about — you can easily pause the playback, pocket the phone, drive to the dojo and show it to a training partner for feedback.