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Executing movements at combat speed enables soldiers to see how effective a technique is. Studying the new techniques in this method ensures that the movements are correctly programmed into the soldiers’ subconscious after a few repetitions. To prevent injuries, the instructor must consider the following safety 2.5150 before conducting combatives training. Before conducting combatives training, the instructor considers the abilities and experience level of the soldiers to be trained.
FM x COMBATIVES
Before combatives training, the soldier must be prepared for the upcoming physical stress. Entry-level soldiers receive a training base in combatives during basic training and one-station unit training OSUT.
However, competition should not become the focus of combatives training, but remain a tool to inspire further training. To inspire the pursuit of excellence, individual soldiers may compete during organizational day.
The primary instructor is free to control the rate of the demonstration and to stress key teaching points. In this way the emphasis is kept on perfecting the basic techniques, while at the same time making the best use of limited training time.
The instructor or demonstrator uses the talk-through method. The instructors use these techniques during each initial training session.
FM 3-25.150, ARMY FIELD MANUAL: COMBATIVES (18-JAN-2002)[SUPERSEDING FM 21-150]
The primary instructor talks the demonstrators through the fn by the numbers, and then the demonstrators execute at combat speed. Lay it out over natural terrain, preferably rough and wooded areas.
Unrehearsed presentations mf inadequately trained demonstrators can immediately destroy the credibility of the training. A large, grassy, outdoor area free of obstructions is suitable for training.
This area should be large enough for two demonstrators and the primary instructor. Mats should be sufficiently firm to allow free movement, but provide enough impact absorption to allow safe throws and takedowns. Training pads can be requisitioned through supply 25.105 or purchased locally. Hold for 10 to 15 seconds and repeat.
Ensure that soldiers empty their pockets, and remove their jewelry, and identification tags before training. The primary instructor talks himself through the demonstration. Combat demonstration performed by instructors or trainers 33 gain attention and to motivate soldiers.
A well-coordinated demonstration and professional demonstrators are crucial for successful learning by soldiers.
Repeat two or three times. Ensure serviceable training aids are present in sufficient quantities for all soldiers being trained.
Soldiers engage in full sparring and competitive matches. Ensure the training partner offers no resistance, but allows the maneuver to be freely executed during the learning stages and while perfecting the techniques.
An advantage of combatives training is that it can be conducted almost anywhere with little preparation of the training area. Training should start with ground grappling, which is not only easier both to teach and to learn, but also provides a sound base gm the more difficult standing techniques.
The instructors use these techniques when developing unit combatives programs. Maintain a buffer zone of 6 feet from retainer wall and demonstration area during all training, especially training requiring throws and takedowns by students. Ensure that soldiers understand the use of both physical tapping and fmm signals to indicate to the partner when to stop the pressure in grappling and choking techniques. This section discusses a variety of effective teaching techniques to use while conducting combatives training.
The warm-up should include at least 7 to 10 minutes of stretching, running in place or jogging around the training area, and calisthenics.
Command emphasis is the key to a successful combatives program.
FM 3-25.150 Combatives
Mastery of these moves will result in more proficient fighters than exposure to fn large number of techniques will. To prevent injury to the hand, the soldier must maintain a firm grip on the small of the stock. The buddy places his hands on top of your thighs at the knees.