David Burnell is formally trained in many styles of fighting, and is a National Tae Kwon Do champion in forms and full contact. He has taught U.S. Special Operations, Federal agents, SWAT Teams and Civilians his unique style of fighting. His unarmed fighting style and methods are crystalized into a system that is principle based and simple. His extensive experience includes, Chief of Security in post earthquake Haiti and Chief Bodyguard for the Task Force Commander. He is a USAF Veteran and a distinguished graduate of several shooting, tactical and emergency response programs. He has mastered many firearms and is a qualified Senior Instructor for both unarmed and armed combat. His operational experience extends from Military, RESCUE and Recovery and into Personal Protection in High Risk Areas.
This is a LIVE taught course and it is great for young women's groups, adult women's groups or a group of family and friends. You provide the place and the people and David will come and teach. This is his way of giving to his community.
This course will give you the critical and proven methods used by special operations, agents and specialists that see threats and avoid problems before they happen.
These lessons will give you the simple and straight forward no non-sense self-defense skills needed to stop an attack and break the will of the attacker so you can escape.
Get an inside look into one of the most elite training programs in the world by David Burnell the founder and senior instructor of the Urban Warfare Center. The Combat Stress Program ran for over 10 years and thousand of military, police and federal agents were trained in the dynamics of urban fighting using stress inoculation and force-on-force techniques.
In these exclusive video lessons you will see actual real-time footage of military and police units experiencing total controlled chaos while they try to accomplish their missions. You will see the confusion, leadership and struggle that is the reality of the fight. Each lesson has detailed commentary by David Burnell.