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    Pat McNamara 1-Day Combat Strength Training - Aug 3, 2013 - Southern Pines, NC

    Pat McNamara 1-Day Combat Strength Training - Aug 3, 2013 - Southern Pines, NC



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    Pat McNamara (Mac) has 22 years of Special Operations experience, 13 of which were in 1st SFOD-D. He has extensive experience in hostile fire/combat zones in the Middle East, and Eastern Europe. He trains individuals at basic and advanced levels of marksmanship and combat tactics.
    When he worked in the premier special missions unit, he became an impeccable marksman, shooting with accurate, lethal results and tactical effectiveness. McNamara has trained tactical applications of shooting to people of all levels of marksmanship, from varsity level soldiers, and police officers who work the streets to civilians with little to no time behind the trigger.

    His military experience quickly taught him that there is more to tactical marksmanship than merely squeezing the trigger. Utilizing his years of experience, McNamara developed a training methodology that is safe, effective and combat relevant and encourages a continuous thought process. This methodology teaches how to maintain safety at all times and choose targets that force accountability, as well as provides courses covering several categories, including individual, collective, on line and standards.

    While serving as his Unit's Marksmanship NCO, he developed his own marksmanship club with NRA, CMP, and USPSA affiliations. Mac ran monthly IPSC matches and ran semi annual military marksmanship championships to encourage marksmanship fundamentals and competitiveness throughout the Army.

    He retired from the Army's premier hostage rescue unit as a Sergeant Major and is the author of T.A.P.S. (Tactical Application of Practical Shooting).




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    Pat McNamara 1-Day Combat Strength Training - Aug 3, 2013 - Southern Pines, NC

    Combat Strength Training

    CST is a system that retrofits the combat chassis and command center so that it performs efficiently at maximum capacity.

    Focusing on self preservation and longevity, CST will enhance one's performance and tactical effectiveness through maintenance, education, and combat replicated movements while following a safe, comprehensive, systematic, and progressive format.

    As the chassis is upgraded it will become a battlefield multiplier which in turn becomes a force multiplier.

    Topics covered include;
    - Power (Rate of force production)
    - Strength
    - Muscular development
    - Speed and quickness
    - Visual acuity
    - Proprioception
    - Close quarters unarmed combat
    - Functional flexibility.

    The CST methodology will work within the individual's own performance level to develop a better, more efficient, stronger, and more capable self.


    Instructor: Pat McNamara

    Date August 3, 2013

    Location:

    Southern Pines Crossfit
    105 East Connecticut Ave.
    Southern Pines NC

    Cost: $275

    Required Gear:

    Workout Attire

    If you are interested in attending this class please use this link to the Alias Training website:
    http://aliastraining.com/patmcnamara...rnpinesnc.aspx

    If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact me;
    Paul@aliastraining.com
    Paul A. Hotaling
    Alias Training & Security Services, LLC
    Paul@aliastraining.com
    757-215-1959 (Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM)
    757-985-9586 (After Hours)
    www.aliastraining.com


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    Great class

    Highly recommended. I had the privilege of taking this class last spring and Mac did not disappoint. This was a well structured, well thought out class that clearly laid out Mac's concepts for a total fitness protoccol for Military/LE warriors. One that will keep you in peak condition and extend your longevity.
    The class is not a "beasting". Mac's goal was to impart knowledge and technique, not drive the students into the ground. That being said, you will still get a good workout for the day.
    And I'm putting my money where my mouth is. I've already signed up for this class. I know I will gain more insight the second time around.

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    I would love to make this !

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    I also took this class in the spring and am also thinking about signing up for this one. I am interested to see what he does different and what I missed in my notes the first time around.

    Great class, good workout at the end.

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    FYI: This class is right around the corner and we do have a few open seats available. If you are interested in signing up please feel free to do so. As always if you have any questions just let me know.

    Thank you,

    Paul
    Paul A. Hotaling
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    757-215-1959 (Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM)
    757-985-9586 (After Hours)
    www.aliastraining.com


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    Any recommendations on fitness level, or is he able to tailor it to just about anyone that is somewhat fit?
    Sic semper tyrannis.

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    Don't stress out if you feel you aren't in great shape. Most of the class is done at a slow pace working on different exercises in a lecture than exploratory learning style.

    The end of the class he puts together a circuit of exercises that the whole class goes through. Just do what you can. I did the class last year on a severely sprained ankle and couldn't do the running station but managed to make it through everything else.

    This isn't a beatdown course, it is a course to help you figure out your workouts and where to take them if you are looking for more.

    Go if you can.

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