ICE Urban Combat to Present Training Seminar on Street Fighting Self Defense
ICE Urban Combat is pleased to announce a street fighting seminar to be held on June 29th from 12 to 3 PM at California State University in Northridge. The seminar will focus on teaching people of all skill levels the difference between competitive and sport martial arts, and proactive self-defensive training provided by ICE Urban Combat.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
ICE Urban Combat is pleased to announce a street fighting seminar to be held on June 29th. From 12 to 3 PM at California State University in Northridge. ICE Urban Combat is dedicated to teaching effective self-defense martial arts described as “street fighting” to help people not only protect themselves, but others if the need arises. The seminar will focus on teaching people of all skill levels the difference between competitive and sport martial arts, and proactive self-defensive training provided by ICE Urban Combat.
The seminar will cover from beginning to advance tried and tested programs in self-defense, focusing primarily on aggressive behavior to avoid being a victim. Knowing martial arts and self-defense is critical for protection and preservation within violent neighborhoods, but often even trained and skilled individuals are hurt and taken advantage of because the skills learned are either too conditional or there is no time to effectively react and apply the skills learned. The ICE Urban Combat system helps people to be more aware of their environment and to be in total control of situations, so that they will not become victims if ever in a compromised situation.
ICE Urban Combat has been developed by Brandon and Jared Schmelter. The brothers are extensively trained in martial arts and have studied it for years. Beginning in 1991, the Schmelter brothers began teaching their style and system in the late 1990s, and by 2001 were part of the Iron Circle Martial Arts training center located in Venture County, CA.
The ICE Urban Combat system combines numerous forms of martial arts, including Jeet Kune Do and Jiu Jitsu. Jeet Kune Do was developed by Bruce Lee and is considered one of the most practical and deadly martial art forms. Jiu Jitsu has become a staple of Mixed Martial Arts fighting, thanks to the popularity and deadly technique of the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu masters, Royce Gracie. The primary difference between the ICE Urban Combat system and traditional forms of martial arts is the focus on self-preservation and application. Brandon and Jared have spent more than 25 years ensuring that ICE Urban Combat system is highly effective and relevant in today´s urban environment.
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For more information about ICE Urban Combat, visit Fightwithice.com.
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