Mike is my type of warrior. He is very cerebral, he’s a bit of a philosopher and an intellectual as well as a physical specimen. I believe this is what the evolution of man was supposed to look like rather than many of the things we see in today’s version of American masculinity. I always appreciate learning that a man has developed himself internally and physically. Mike is a successful businessman who created enough of a win in life to cash his chips in, on a previous career in banking and then go into a career in law enforcement. To me achieving these levels of success in both business and modern-day warrior-ship says a lot about an individual’s internal and external potency. I’ve also noticed two more things that make Mike very special to me, he understands what Leonardo da Vinci meant when he talked about how “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” Simply take a look at his free target, simple yet extremely telling and requires a certain level of efficacy in order to execute properly.
At the same time, much of his content is centered around thinking outside of the box, nonstandard problem-solving and real-world combat considerations. Mike has the luxury of leveraging his real-world experiences on the streets to improve the quality of his training regimen. Recently I attended one of his courses and was so impressed that it inspired me to do a full course review (see link below).
MIKE, OWNER/LEAD INSTRUCTOR
Mike is a Post Certified Law Enforcement Range Master, Sig Law Enforcement Master Instructor, a current SWAT team member for 11 Years. He focuses his training methods on proven combat tactics with an emphasis on performance. Mike is also a successful problem solver and can identify and remedy most people’s shooting deficiencies.
Mike holds a Master’s Degree from Pepperdine University and is known for his critical thinking as it relates to self-defense. Source: assaultdynamics.com/about-our-company/
Mike’s Website: www.assaultdynamics.com
Combat Essentials course review: byronrodgersmotivation.com/knockout-lights/
Itinerary of information during the episode :
1:12 – Special Announcement (First protector symposium coming up this November 15 and 16th)
2:36 – Breaking down to the fundamentals
5:50 – Improving skillset
8:39 – Leaders develop people
11:03 – Power comes from the proper application of knowledge
15:33 – Experience gives you perspective
20:05 – Police Officers Standards and Training
26:56 – If you fail, you start all over again but you don’t give up
36:01 – Developing others
42:42 – The challenge in your career
49:28 – Earning respect
52:21 – The hardest lesson
1:02:56 – What really weaves us together
1:05: 09 – Proudest moment
1:10:42 – How do you create a training objective?
1:18:32 – Shooting and social media
1:27:40 – Assault Dynamics
1:32:39 – Make better decisions in a short amount of time
1:38:30 – Favorite quote mantra
1:41:46 – Where can people find you?
1:44:52 – End Credits
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