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The SPEAR System utilizes the speed and reliability of the startle-flinch mechanism to convert the sudden attack into a tactical counter. It is a bridge between the reactive brain and the cognitive brain. This improves reaction time during a confrontation. Tony Blauer is the founder and CEO of BLAUER TACTICAL SYSTEMS and the creator of the SPEAR System. Tony has pioneered research and training methodologies that have influenced and inspired martial art & combative systems around the world. In this video you are introduced to the SPEAR System and why it is so important for your personal safety. Tony reviews science and theory, the SPEAR stance, SPEAR Flow, SPEAR sharpening and strengthening, the Finger Splayed Drill, Outside 90 Drill, and more. The SPEAR System applies to military, law enforcement, and civilians.
“Your body & mind already know how to fight. There is a behaviorally-based protective system hiding inside every single person. We are all ‘human weapons’. By integrating, simple, safe, natural bio-mechanics you will possess a protective system based on how you [a human] moves and reacts to danger.” — Coach Tony Blauer
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