Develop the Skill-Sets for Learning How To Fight & Survive in Sport, in a Street Fight, or in a Life or Death Situation.
TRITAC is a combat philosophy & methodology that emphasizes natural body movements and mechanics over prescribed responses to scripted attacks. TRITAC is designed to be as instinctive as possible so you don’t have to recall complicated series of movements when you have to defend yourself.
During training, you will focus on developing: “combat flow”. You will learn how to easily flow from technique to technique, based upon the response of your opponent.
You will develop a combat-instinct that allows you to execute without thought or hesitation. The process makes is easy for you to develop a true fighting ability.
The sport world of Grappling (Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, Judo, Sambo, etc) and MMA have revolutionized “what works” in a real fight. We train sport, to enhance our skills for reality.
At it’s core – TRITAC is designed to teach you to fight anywhere – we teach a highly modern grappling and MMA system that teaches you the skills to fight on the mats, in the cage, or on the street.
We believe the ability to defend yourself and protect others is a “responsibility” of an individual. This means addressing common street violence where surprise attacks, multiple opponents, and weapons-base attacks are common.
In TRITAC you will explore and train “real street violence” like you train for sport. You will develop combative skills that apply to common street attacks, multiple opponents, weapons attacks and the chaos of real combat.
Dealing with life and death street violence is unfortunately a reality in our world. In TRITAC, we addresses what most Martial Art styles don’t or can’t:
“Can you deal with an Armed Criminal, Drugged-up Psychotic, or Armed Terrorist and Survive”?
When your life or the ones you care about are on the line – learn to not only use your body as a weapon, but you will learn how to fight with impact weapons, knives and handguns.
“TRITAC training is more than a fighting style, it’s a realistic mindset. It allows a person to train their body and mind transforming him/her into a more confident and aware individual. The style is both realistic and animalistic, just like the streets. Being a student, I am better able to protect myself, my family, and the public. It is another tool that I have added to my arsenal.”
Federal Agent, Department of Homeland Security