All this experience has culminated to an exciting opportunity to teach special ops units and SWAT teams. This is added knowledge to what is already given by most agencies and military units. He's even gotten some officers to train in traditional gi Jiu-Jitsu. Bret says, "There is a great difference between sport Jiu-Jitsu and using Jiu-Jitsu in real world hostile environments. Someone who has experience on both sides can differentiate and teach what works and what doesn’t. The game changes greatly when you are talking about small unit tactics and weapons. Grappling becomes a last resort and is a defense or counter in a worst-case scenario. I am teaching functional knowledge and useful options in hopes of preventing loss of life."
You can reach Bret at
Combat Sports Center