Reality based training
How will you react in a high-stress situation?
What is stress inoculation training?
Stress Inoculation Training (SIT) Is defined as: A form of cognitive restructuring as it is a method of changing an individual’s thinking patterns about themselves and their lives.
“Learn to defend yourself in high-stress situations”
The Stress Inoculation program at Trinity is designed to help people and martial artists defend themselves in high-stress, violent altercations. The program takes its cues from the physiology and psychology of combat, with seminar material built up from police, military and psychological studies as well as Scott’s years of experience with policing, self-defence, security training and martial arts.
How does the program work?
The program consists primarily of short, intense drills, involving single or multiple assailants, to which the participant must respond with decisive and overwhelming force.
Discussions around the psychological and legal aspects of self defense are also conducted.
Participants are taught a basic primer on simple but effective techniques, giving them ‘tools’ to use for the drills and their real life equivalents.
Discover your actual ability
One of the most important breakthroughs in the development of a martial arts practitioner is the understanding that what one can do in the dojo or on the mats does not necessarily translate into what one can do on the street under the stress of combat.
This program will help narrow the gap between perceived and actual ability in combat.