Street Fighting Secrets by Chad Lyman

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Learn The Devastating Moves And Principles You Aren’t Shown In Class That Will Make All The Difference Between Humiliation And Being A Hero

As A Martial Artist, Your Friends Will Expect You To Defend Them If You, Or They, Ever Get Into A Jam: Chad Lyman’s Techniques Will Transform You From A Competition BJJ-Trained Athlete To A Wrecking Machine In The Street.

Here's the scene...

You are out at a bar with your friends watching sports and a group of 3 “local tough guys” comes over and they are clearly looking to start trouble.  These guys are bad news.  You know the type: big, drunk, obnoxious and loud.

One of them asks your friend (who is a nice guy but not a fighter) – what the F*&k he is looking at?  When your buddy tries to diffuse the situation, they become even more hostile and “the leader” pours a drink on him.

This isn’t rational behavior - they weren’t provoked; this is just what drunk jackasses do.

Now, since you’re the guy who takes BJJ lessons and goes to class your friends are suddenly looking to you to stand up to these yahoos  to save face.

But… the reality is, you haven’t been training to fight.

Yes, you train to win BJJ competitions, or train to win your rolls (grappling) in class; but you don’t train to actually fight.  For goodness sake, you start on the knees most of the time and slap hands first and there isn’t any striking.  This situation with these unskilled (but BIG and angry) drunks is nothing like that…

What the hell do you do?  At this point, you become aware of one painful truth:

Competition BJJ By Itself Is Mostly Useless In the Street

If all you do is pull guard in class and are never instructed in more realistic scenarios, you are very likely to be embarrassed hard by an unskilled thug in the street.  In class, you just aren’t used to taking punches or dealing with multiple attackers and weapons.  If you are suddenly faced with these new and intimidating variables, you are no more likely to come out of it smiling than someone who hasn’t trained a day of BJJ in their life.

The street is a much different arena than the controlled and safe environment of the training mat.  It can be a nasty place – even a deadly one - where people play for keeps.  They can stab, attack in groups, sucker punch – it can be a heinous situation.  You need the right training to succeed.  You need to know the secrets to adapting your ground game to the street.

Don’t Worry: Your Training Isn’t Entirely Useless

Don’t get me wrong:  your past training, while ineffective if not correctly adapted, can also be a tremendous leg up – if… you know the proper ways to transition those skills to real life scenarios. Noted BJJ Coach John Danaher has said that winning street fights, if you’ve been trained, is “embarrassingly easy”.

Swat Team Member, BJJ Black Belt and Instructor at Randy Couture’s Gym, Chad Lyman agrees.

And when you know Chad’s transitions, it is easy to win street fights.  The bar guys of the world looking for trouble from you won’t stand a chance.

The Street Isn’t Usually A “Fair” 1-On-1 Fight

When there is an altercation in the street, it typically starts on the attacker’s terms.  Maybe it’s a sucker punch, maybe it’s a multiple-attacker scenario – you need to be prepared for anything and everything. Once you know how to neutralize these situations, you’ll have a much better chance of getting out of trouble or into a one-on-one situation where you know how to handle your business.

Weapons provide a different and very challenging variable.  Would you know what to do if attacked?  What if your attacker has a knife or a club?  You need to know: it could mean the difference between life and death.

What about multiple attackers?  Surprise, surprise, there is no magic bullet for that one with your bare hands but did you know there are a few makeshift weapons you can use that will shift the odds to your favor and make sure you come out ahead.

Everything Chad does revolves around angles.  He likes to create them and capitalize on them.  Just like competition BJJ – you want to be in a position where you can attack, and your opponent can’t attack you.

Through Chad’s dynamic training techniques, you’ll learn simple concepts to always keep you safe and to keep you in a position to attack.

So Who Is Chad Lyman And Why Is He
Qualified To Teach Self-Defense?


Director of Combatives - Chad Lyman has combined his years of operational law enforcement and Mixed Martial Arts experience to emerge as one of the nation’s leading defensive tactics trainers. He is the consummate professional, trainer, and street cop whose dedication to students and the advancement of officer safety through modern tactics is unparalleled. His intensive study and experience led to development of the comprehensive intermediate use-of-force training system: Code 4 Combat.

Chad’s career began with a Bachelor’s Degree from Portland State University in Administration of Justice and double minor in History and Terrorism Studies. Chad then entered into law enforcement as a full-time Police Officer with the Portland Bureau of Police. There he distinguished himself as a key trainer of police personnel in the areas of defensive tactics and subject control.

Chad later moved to Southern Nevada to serve with a major metropolitan police department. His responsibilities have included patrol, Field Training Officer, gang detective, Mobile Crimes Saturation Team (anti-terrorism), and full-time SWAT operator. Chad is currently assigned to the training division as part of the Advanced Officer Skills Training (AOST) team. He also holds multiple law enforcement user and instructor certifications including FTO, firearms, active shooter, riot/civil unrest, and advanced defensive tactics instructor.

Chad has trained in Mixed Martial Arts and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for over 17years. He currently serves as a coach for the Randy Couture’s Gym and has taught Mixed Martial Arts in Las Vegas since 2006. Chad is a frequent grappling competitor and currently holds a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Because of his exceptional skills, Chad is a personal ground fighting coach for several professional MMA competitors. In 2012, Chad was inducted into the Masters Martial Arts Hall of Fame for his work in the area of police and military defensive tactics.

As the Director of Combatives for PFC, Chad is the Lead Instructor and primary curriculum developer for PFC’s Code 4 Concepts courses. He is also an instructor for PFC’s weapons, tactics, and protective services courses delivered to military, law enforcement, and security personnel. Chad frequently serves as a featured instructor at training conferences throughout the U.S., including ILLETA, NYTOA, and TAC OPS East.

What Techniques Are Legal To Use & What Aren’t

The Street is a confusing place and it can be tough to know what techniques you can use and which ones you can’t.  What makeshift weapons you can use and which ones you can’t.  What is the correct amount of force to use and how to stay out of jail if you respond.

As a law enforcement officer, Chad is an expert in these areas.  He will tell you in no-nonsense terms, what you can do and what you can’t.  You will understand very clearly what to do legally, if attacked.

Swat Team Member, BJJ Black Belt and Instructor at Randy Couture’s Gym, Chad Lyman agrees.

And when you know Chad’s transitions, it is easy to win street fights.  The bar guys of the world looking for trouble from you won’t stand a chance.

The techniques here could mean the difference between Humiliation and being a hero or even more importantly, life and death.

This is the most comprehensive DVD Series ever produced by a BJJ Black Belt to teach other BJJ Fighters how to protect themselves in the street.

What You'll Learn:

DVD 1

  • 1. Essential Concepts
  • 2. Four fundamental principles
  • 3. Three core punch defenses
  • 4. Covering drill
  • 5. Cover drill #2
  • 6. Common mistakes: Trouble shooting
  • 7. Natural progression in training speed
  • 8. Outcomes
  • 9. Managing distance

DVD 2

  • 1. Creating angles
  • 2. Controlling a clinch position
  • 3. Outcome strike
  • 4. Creating distance to disengage
  • 5. Takedown from angle
  • 6. Drill combinations
  • 7. Takedown defense
  • 8. Barriers with head control
  • 9. Creating and maintaining angles
  • 10. Tie-up – How to train

DVD 3

  • 1. Takedown defense
  • 2. Getting up
  • 3. Technical stand-up
  • 4. Technical stand-up
  • 5. Foot on hip sweep to get up
  • 6. Review principles
  • 7. Getting back up after tackle
  • 8. Getting back up
  • 9. Mid-range guy/Barriers
  • 10. Closed guard to stand up
  • 11. Close guard engagement

DVD 4 – Weapon Systems

  • 1. Intro
  • 2. Flashlight
  • 3. Carabiners
  • 4. Pepper spray
  • 5. Tactical pen
  • 6. Edge weapon and Tie-up

What is everyone saying about Chad Lyman's Street Fighting Course?

VERY good curriculum that exceeded greatly all my expectations. I do ALOT of outside training, and the value of this class was amazing. I think people of ANY skill level would GREATLY benefit from this curriculum. The paradigm shift to focusing on principles is eye opening and blew me away.

MIKE G., Police Officer, BJJ Brown Belt, MMA Fighter

C4C coursework far exceeded any defensive tactics training I have ever received. This training has set me on the path to be a student of combatives. This class and it’s instructors were inspiring and C4C should be annual required training for instructors at our police department.

MIKE E., Former Military, Current Police Officer

C4C has the best combatives courses and certifications in the U.S. hands down. C4C curriculum is formed from years of training experience, years of coaching, and years of tactical experience in the street. C4C curriculum is based on real life street experiences and is designed to allow users to dominate street encounters. C4C is BJJ/MMA for the street.

JAY W., SWAT Officer, BJJ Black Belt, MMA Fighter

C4C course work is exceptional, and in my experience is the best DT class ever. C4C has far exceeded my expectations, and is a principle based versus a technique based system. Chad has developed C4C into a complete system that can be used by anyone to help them dominate dangerous encounters in the street.

TRAVIS S., SWAT Officer, Former Military, SWAT Officer & Supervisor, BJJ Black Belt

C4C was a big reality check! Chad is very knowledgable and explained material clearly and completely. My expectations were exceeded, and C4C has better prepared me for the realities of the street.

DENISE A., Police Officer

C4C class was excellent! My expectations were exceeded, and the materials in this course were FAR beyond a standard or “traditional” defensive tactics course. The best part of this course was the principles and concepts reinforced all the skills and techniques taught, which will lead to better retention under stress.

NATE J., Police Officer

The knowledge and ability of Chad Lyman is far above any instruction I have ever received. C4C has changed to way I will resolve combative encounters in the street. This course is exceptional and should be offered in an even more extend course. My expectations have been surpassed. I have received training in self defense and ground fighting, but this is the most effective course I have ever seen. This training should be required for all people.

ALEX P., Federal Law Enforcement

Chad Lyman has great proficiency and knowledge in resolving combative encounters. Everything presented is backed from actual incidents in the street. My expectations were exceeded. I thought it might be similar to other training I have received from the department and in private. This was better than any other training I have seen based on the hight percentage concepts and principles presented.

MARK B., Federal Agent

Chad and C4C are far superior to other defensive tactics instructors and courses I have been exposed to. C4C is real world street related material. The principle based curriculum is the best I have ever seen. I will continue to train in C4C curriculum.

JOEL M., Federal Agent

Chad Lyman is an expert in the field of winning combative events in the street. He is also a master instructor, and the techniques, skills, and principles in C4C were better than any other training I have ever received.

ERIC J., Amateur, Fighter In Training

So, what is it worth to learn the secrets that are Going To Protect You In The Street - Physically & Legally

This is the most comprehensive DVD Series ever produced by a BJJ Black Belt to teach other BJJ Fighters how to protect themselves in the street.

How much do you think it would cost to get a personal instructional from Chad - The truth is he charges over $200 an hour and you’d have to fly him in.

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