Frontier Rough ‘n’ Tumble Home Training Program is Live!

How would like to learn to fight the way your ancestors did, using Bowie knife, tomahawk, fisticuffs and wrasslin’?  Would you like to get active, lose some weight, get fit, and build a closer connection to the great outdoors?  Well, we’ve got a program for you!

 

Make no mistake — this isn’t just historical reenactment material.  This is real self-defense, real martial arts, and real frontier skills and lifeways  that are as effective today as they were in the old days.

 

What is Frontier Rough ‘n’ Tumble?  Frontier Rough ‘n’ Tumble is an American martial art that encompasses the fighting arts, survival skills, lifeways and ethos of the colonial and indigenous peoples of North American during the frontier period — from the founding of the first permanent American settlement at Jamestown in 1607 through the annexation of Arizona as the 48th state in 1912.

Sign up for just $19.99/month.  No contracts. Cancel any time.

When you sign up you get:

  • Bobcat Martial Arts hat and t-shirt ($29.98 value)

  • White bandanna and membership certificate ($9.99 value)

  • Paperback copy of The Wildwood Workbook ($7.99 value).

  • Your first training module ($9.99 value)

You’ll receive a monthly module, book, assignment, etc.  Do the work and keep a training journal.

If you have any questions, schedule a coaching call. One monthly 30-minute coaching call included with tuition.

When ready to test for rank, send in scans, pdfs or pictures of your training journal for review.  Video testing also required for Red Bandanna and up. For Black Bandanna your videos will need to include videos of you training with others. All tests for rank advancement are included in monthly tuition.

Program does not include equipment such as heavy bags, gloves, dull training weapons, etc. But we will provide direction on DIY options, cheap alternatives, and substitution suggestions if needed.

The program is now live.  Click here to enroll!

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