The “Art of Lethality” is a symbiotic relationship between art and combat. CQC (Close Quarters Combat) is a tactical concept that involves physical confrontation between several combatants at short range.

Combat is wild, unpredictable, and spontaneous. You must develop instinct, overcome fear and doubt, and unleash your arsenal to it’s full capacity. Memorizing forms or scoring points only inhibits your ability to fight. When the fight is true, there are no rules, no referees, no time outs… there is only survival, and your ability to utilize situational awareness and adapt spontaneously.

During training, you will be tested both physically and mentally. You will be hit, it will oftentimes hurt. Your ego will be bruised. I’m not here to waste your time, I’m here to train you. I will take you as close to the reality of the fight, without compromising your safety. I expect my students, kids or adults, simply to train at their highest level every time, and on their own. We are not here to boast about rank, style, or title… we are here to train.

If you are truly seeking freedom in martial arts, I will train you to discover your way.

A lifetime ago, I threw away my uniforms, trophies, titles, and belt titles. I’ve never looked back with any regret since freeing myself from the restrictions and limitations of style, title, rank, and above all… ego.

I often use the analogy of comparing martial artists to musicians. Some people read the notes, others feel the music. If you place a piano in a room, and have a dozen different pianists sit down and begin to play, you will hear a dozen unique styles of music, all from the very same instrument. It’s so easy to know when the music being played comes from passion and emotion, vs. notes on a page. So you must ask yourself when it comes to your training, “Who’s music have you been playing?” “Yours… or someone else’s?”

To restrict anyone to a single method of fighting and tradition created lifetimes ago, by someone who blindly followed another person, is like having the blind leading the blind. Martial Arts is not about restrictions or rules, it’s about freedom and expression. There is a foundation which exists, as to how our bodies move and minds think, beyond the foundation of physics is the freedom of martial arts you’ll learn to discover. To do this, you have to unlearn, what you have learned.

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Martial Arts Reedsburg Nathan Grey Kaizen