The world can be a violent and dangerous place. To confront real-world threats, you must understand the winning mindset, physical techniques, weapons, and the law.
Dennis Root is a nationally recognized expert in the use of force by law enforcement and for self-defense. He has spent over three decades teaching firearms, control tactics, and many other force-related programs. Dennis has trained countless law enforcement officers from across the United States. He also provides training for professional investigators and private individuals just like you. He wants to help everyone understand the mental and physical preparation needed to face life-endangering situations.
Dennis and his guests will focus on the use of force for self-defense, as well as the laws that govern your actions. Their ultimate goal is to help empower you to protect yourself and your loved ones. Show topics will include everything from training concepts to weapon applications. From pepper spray to firearms, the spoken word to the use of deadly force, and everything in between.
During this episode, Dennis discusses standard terms frequently used by gun owners and throughout the firearms industry.
The Golden Rules
During this episode of Force Concepts, Dennis reviews the "Golden Rules" of safe firearms handling. Four rules that when followed can help prevent unintenitional property, injuries and some firearms related deaths.
Firearms 101 | Introduction
During this episode, Dennis announce the launch of his new training program addressing firerams safety and proper gun handling.
The Hot Pot Exercise
Dennis discusses the "Hot Pot Exercise" as a means of explaining how perception influences the force decision-making process.
The Rayshard Brooks Shooting: Looking Past The Media
During this episode of Force Concepts, I will discuss the information presented by the Fulton County District Attorney. I express my observations and share questions we should be asking, before we form our opinions of this event.
Scanning | The Art of Seeing
During this episode, I discuss scanning as a part of the training process needed for real-world encounters. The art of seeing and not just looking.