In this module, we will share the core of this program. Borrowed from the Law Enforcement and Military communities, we call it “Command Central”.

If you execute this hold properly, then you are in complete control of the situation.

There are five key checkpoints you need to review to make sure you are doing the Command Control Hold properly:

First Checkpoint: Your Threat’s Posture is Broken

Second Checkpoint: You’re Standing in a Good, Solid Base

Third Checkpoint: Your Threat’s Elbow is Pinned to Your Chest

Fourth Checkpoint: His Arm is making a Letter “L” Shape

Fifth Checkpoint: The Relationship Between His Wrist, Back, Armpit and Elbow makes a Rectangle

These 5 Checkpoints give you maximum control, leverage and efficiency over your threat.