Mobility | Strength | Combat | Survival
Full Spectrum Warrior Instructor, under Navy SEAL Veteran Rich Graham
Condition Gray Firearms Instructor
Reactive Mobility Certified Representative, under Coach Steve Pucciarelli
Former Senior Adviser to National Personal Training Institute, NJ branch
Former Senior RIKR Advisor/Coach, military and special operations physical preparation training program
Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, under Masters Jon Heliotis and Adimir Olivera
Muay Thai Instructor, under Master Dmitry Piasetsky
Extreme Self-Protection Instructor, under Coach Mark Hatmaker
Combat Systema Instructor, under Master Kevin Secours
Knife and Stick Fighting Instructor, under Master Barry Cudda
Panantukan Instructor, under Master Dan Sullivan
Suples Bulgarian Bag Instructor, by Coach Mike Salemi
Law Enforcement Night Vision Instructor, by Bill Blowers
Our mission is to empower individuals with effective training methods in order to reach their full physical and mental performance potential in the matters of Physical Performance and Self Protection.
The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of convinience and comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controvercy.
We holistically train our mind and body for maximum performance over a lifetime via practicing movement skills utilizing individualized neuro-physical approach.
Compound Conditioning System was born as my ongoing synthesis of various training modalities and methodologies that I have been practicing over the years. The name "Compound Conditioning" came along due to numerous factors:
Compound Conditioning is a live system, meaning that it is subject to constant refinement and improvement. In its current state some of the CC systems key core principals are:
We prepare for combat via practicing, refining and pressure testing our armed and unarmed fighting skills as realistically as possible in all ranges of combat under various conditions and appropriate rules of engagement.
Martial art practice in my understanding has to serve the following purposes:
In order to be combat effective in the real world, a martial arts system needs to have the right balance between the following components: