Added by Karen Bartuch on March 30, 2012 at 3:09pm — No Comments
LouKa Tactical Training is the only all female-owned and staffed performance improvement company in the United States for emergency service professionals. We have a training staff of 10 women officers with very diverse qualifications including firearms instructors, fitness instructors, tactical team members and instructors, former tactical team commanders, defensive tactics instructors, one is an officer/paramedic/EMT/firefighter/HAZMAT technician,…Continue
Hello everyone and welcome back to the Women’s Tactical Association Workout of the Week. We are going to switch gears and start working with our rifles. If you don’t have a rifle, feel free to follow along with your shotgun.
Make sure your rifle is unloaded first. I’m a big fan of the CBD, Chamber Blocking Device. It does just that, and gives an excellent visual indicator to everyone else around that your chamber is blocked. When you want it out, you…Continue
Added by Kim Heath on March 22, 2012 at 11:13pm — No Comments
Reposted from www.BoloReport.com
Unless you are Starla from Napoleon Dynamite, pull-ups pretty much suck for women. My original plan for this installment of Fight Like a Girl was to research the anatomical differences that account for the upper body strength disparities among men and women but then I though…who gives a crap? If you are a police officer, the bad guy certainly doesn’t care if you stand up or sit down when…Continue
Added by Karen Bartuch on March 20, 2012 at 9:01am — No Comments
Blog reposted from BOLOREPORT.com:
I used to work in an outdoor gear store that sold knives and I became particularly fond of a piece by William Henry. It had a carbon fiber handle that fit my hand well, and a blade that was razor sharp. The shape of the blade was a little bit wider than normal. It could cut me out of most anything I’d get…Continue
Added by Karen Bartuch on March 19, 2012 at 3:21pm — No Comments
To summarize this class and what I learned was that women are different than men, to keep in the mindset of being a warrior, and to learn not only from those who have fallen but from those who have won. Sgt. Smith is an incredible speaker who can relate to the students.
Not only keeping myself guarded and in the game, a lesson that I found interesting was about the analogy of the different usages of the hemisphere's of the brain (Male and female). Sgt. Smith gave the students…Continue
Added by Kim Heath on March 11, 2012 at 1:20am — No Comments
Added by Rob Hicks on March 7, 2012 at 3:54pm — No Comments