Saturday. June 9th 9:00 am- Youth Course
Saturday, June 9th 12:00 pm- Adult Course
Sunday, June 10th: 10:00 am- Adult Course

Youth Course $40- Includes Stick
Adult: $199 2 days or $150 any one day (pre-registration available for as low as $99 down)
 
W. Hock Hochheim has over 40 years experience in military, policing and martial arts. As an Army military police patrol officer and investigator, and as a retired Texas patrol officer and detective, and as a private investigator and protection/bodyguard, he has worked all those years in “line operations” never taking a promotions exam or admin job. He possesses a unique experience and savvy that very few other instructors have, all blended with a career in the martial arts dating back to 1972 and the earning of several black belts in various Pacific Island/Archipelago martial arts from the Philippines, Hawaii, and Japan. He has forged his Force Necessary courses from the military, the police, the martial arts and the aware citizenry, as each group knows things about fighting that the others do not. Hock has been a paid consultant trainer for the US Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force. He has taught at police academies for police agencies, be they street or SWAT,  in the US, South Africa, England, Ireland, Germany, and Australia. He currently teaches some 30 seminars a year in 12 countries as far as China and Australia. Many of the martial and survival topics popular in the last few years and under newer cool, names, Hock has already been teaching for decades.

 

Special sessions on:
* Counter crime
* Stress handgun methods with safe ammo
* Knife/Counter-Knife applications
* PAC/Filipino Skill & Flow Exercises
* With and against impact weapons
* Stick and knife ground fighting
* Instructor development
* Progress in course ranking or just, simply train for knowledge


Please wear street clothes! Especially pants with pockets and a street belt. Please bring ALL your gear. Training knives, guns, sticks. Two focus mitts or two thai-style pads. We will have some to share, but it would be wise and helpful to bring some. On the training knives, please try to bring a dull, training folder. If you have a fixed blade folder, having a sheath and belt for it would be good.