Tuesday, 15 June 2010

F.A.S.T. aka The Bulletmen

Chaps just a reminder that I would still like to do this day training, but need 20 of you and it does cost £60 per head so not cheap but worthwhile.

Have a look at the info when you can and let me know, if we can get up to about 15 I can get more in from elsewhere.


In the modern world, there seem to be more and more reports of innocent people becoming the victim of unwanted attention, abuse, robbery, attack, road rage, rape or even murder.

The reality of these situations is always grim and ugly. There is little in normal life that prepares us for it. That’s where F.A.S.T. comes in. F.A.S.T stands for Fear Adrenaline Stress Training. It is a world renowned method for self-protection training.

F.A.S.T. courses offer training in skills such as
• awareness
• assertive behaviour
• avoidance
• target hardening (how to not look like a victim)
• situation control
• control of your personal space
• using your voice
• simple, effective defence techniques that work.

All training is done in an adrenaline environment so you learn not to freeze and panic when you need it. It will feel very real.

How you react to a situation can mean the difference between success and failure, life or death. The F.A.S.T courses will show you how your body reacts under severe, adrenaline fuelled encounters and then how to turn that reaction into a positive outcome. The defences are practiced full-on against our padded ‘Bulletmen’.

Don’t just take our word for it though.

“All of the members of the Royal Marine Police had nothing but praise for both the system and the instructors who displayed a professional approach which was aimed at a good level. From the feedback received, I can say that the afternoon was a resounding success.
D.H – Royal Marines Police Training

“The people you portray during your courses are scarily accurate. I see people like this every day in my job.”
N.C. – Gravesend Council

“I would recommend the F.A.S.T. Defence method to anyone working in the security industry or dealing with the public on a daily basis, and that includes a mother walking her baby. ”
T.R – Plymouth Pavilion Security Manager

“Just wanted to say how impressed I was with the course on Saturday. I found it a really supportive environment and I certainly learnt a lot! I am amazed at how you all make the scenarios so realistic and recognisable.”
Dr. K. A. - Malvern

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