Self-Defense Moves: Tim Kennedy Shows You H2HC Techniques Based on His Army Rangers Training and the Special Operations Combatives Program (SOCP)
Mixed martial arts and military training are great ways to get tough -- and few demonstrate that better than Tim Kennedy, who brings his wide range of hand-to-hand combat experience to bear in this video!
In the March 2012 issue of Black Belt, Executive Editor Robert W. Young named MMA fighter Tim Kennedy the Most Dangerous Man in the World — and with good reason, given his at-that-time 14-3 (and now 16-3) MMA record driven by extensive training in karate, kickboxing, wrestling and jiu-jitsu. However, as Young pointed out in his editorial, it’s Tim Kennedy’s extensive H2HC training and experience that truly make him the Most Dangerous Man in the World. Tim Kennedy's H2HC experience includes Army Basic Training, Airborne School, the Special Forces Qualification Course, serving on a counterterrorism unit in Iraq, Army Rangers Training, serving as a combatives instructor for the 7th Special Forces Group, plus completing the Modern Army Combatives Program (MACP) and the Special Operations Combative Program (SOCP). In addition to being a mixed martial arts fighter, this H2HC instructor is a staff sergeant in the Texas National Guard. In this exclusive video, H2HC expert Tim Kennedy demonstrates self-defense moves he acquired in Army Rangers Training and the Special Operations Combatives Program. Although he is wearing military gear, the H2HC concepts and basic self-defense moves are applicable to attacks in civilian life.
H2HC / SELF-DEFENSE MOVES VIDEO Tim Kennedy Demonstrates Self-Defense Moves Based on His Special Operations Combatives Program (SOCP) Training
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