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Fight Hacker: Escapeology (FH-1) | October 5-6, 2024 | Fort Honey Badger, Jacksonville, TX


Escapeology: the science of relocating from place of disadvantage to a place of opportunity. 

Forward Training Concepts “Fight Hacker: Escapeology” (FH-1) is a 2 day (16 hour) instructional class focused on understanding, actualizing and building functional principles, concepts and skills of purposeful movement – both unarmed and armed applications, while progressing from disadvantageous position/situation to dominating the fight. 

Escape is often perceived as disengagement, retreat, as “running away”. 

In a context of trained applicable tactic, escape is a controlled reset of the initiative. 

Loading the process of that reset with robust proactive measures and trained and pressure tested multi-disciplinary skills transforms it from hasty retreat into wholesome, quick and seamless transition to situation of opportunity and domination.  


Day One (9 hours)

  • Understanding angle between combatants.
  • Workspace management. 
  • Gap management. 
  • Fighting Forward. 
  • Movement dissection. 
  • Posture. 
  • Timing. 
  • Matrix of RAMPP (Relevance- Adaptability-Movement- Posture- Position). 

Day Two (7 hours)

  • Conflict Management. 
  • Short Work. 
  • Takedowns. 
  • Weapons access and deployment. 
  • Stacking. 
  • Components under pressure. 

Class will follow the pattern of reverse engineering from problem end point to solutions along the process then back to the very starting point. Each component of solutions will be demonstrated, explained, practiced and pressure tested. 

This class involves evolutions of elevated level of contact between the practitioners, segments of live fire practice. 

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  • Description

When: Saturday (10/5): 8am-6pm & Sunday (10/6): 8am-4pm

Where: Fort Honey Badger, Jacksonville, TX

What to bring:

  • Reliable handgun.
  • Minimum of three (3) magazines.
  • 150 rounds of ammunition. 
  • Quality concealed carry holster. 
  • Training gun (if available).
  • Seasonal clothing/weather gear. 
  • Ballistic eye protection and hearing protection. 
  • Mouthpiece and cup (optional).
  • Hydration and snacks. 
  • Note-taking materials.
  • Open mind. 
  • Learning attitude.