In this fun and dynamic martial arts workshop, you will learn practical and theatrical movements similar to fight sequences seen in John Wick, Atomic Blonde, and The Bourne Ultimatum. Not only is this a fun and interactive class, each participant will learn a full choreographed scene and walk away with a video of him or herself performing the fight sequence with partner attackers. Techniques may include a combination of empty hand, handgun, knife, stick, and/or other find–and–grab weapons.
For martial arts movie lovers, this workshop is truly a unique experience. You'll be trained very similar to how the stars get trained.
Next Workshop open to public: Sunday, August 13, 2017, 11am-1pm
Contact Coach Jeremy for private seminars and workshops.
Downtown Phoenix, AZ
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WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
1) Any training handgun (replica, airsoft, etc.). NO REAL FIREARMS. You can pick up a very inexpensive airsoft pistol on Amazon or at a local Big 5 store.
2) OPTIONAL BUT RECOMMENDED: A holster that fits your training weapon, with Level 1 retention (quick draw, tactical). This can be an external holster on a tactical belt or a concealed carry holster, whichever you prefer. You can usually pick one up used at a local firearms dealer or army surplus store. Go there after you obtain your training weapon to assure it will fit the holster.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Space is limited, so pay now in order to save your spot. One you have paid, you will get an email confirming your spot!
If you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Coach Jeremy has been studying and training martial arts, including a variety of weapons for more than 25 years. He has worked with several actors on fight choreography for films, and has been featured multiple times as a martial arts expert on television, including Dancing with the Stars, Plain Jane, The League, MTV, and the History Channel. He is a black belt in Hapkido, a certified instructor in Krav Maga and Muay Thai kickboxing, and former military police. Read more about Coach Jeremy HERE.