Gabriel's Message

My name is Gabriel, the Sin’u-Ra Chief Specialist. I am a certified Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator (TSAC-F), and a hand to hand close combat expert. For me, physical training has always been deeper than just physical development.

The purpose of physical training is to challenge the soul so that clarity of purpose can be earned. As a result, the body and mind begin to operate at higher levels. This led me to finishing a Military Special Operations Selection in an allied military (IDF) as the top ranked individual for physical performance, and an invite to participate in an NFL try-out camp without having any prior experience.

These past experiences are irrelevant. What led me to become a Battlefield Martial Artist and the Chief Sin’u-Ra Specialist was specific suffering and sacrifice. All you need to know about me is I created Sin’u-Ra, the perfection of the purest form of war and it’s components. I earn this everyday.

Specific suffering and sacrifice in the shadows, when no one was around, led me to perfecting the purest form of war. Sin’u-Ra is a way of life. This is my purpose. Few are willing to sacrifice to achieve something. Far less are willing to consistently suffer and sacrifice for no financial incentive, attention, social acceptance, or power consolidation.

Hand to hand close combat is not a sport. It is the purest form of war, and the defining characteristic of a Warrior. This will be repeated constantly. It also represents the culture of the rawest form of the modern battlefield. An individual is not a Warrior if he is unable to attack and control the enemy, without of a weapon, regardless of who initiated combat or how combat was initiated.

My physical training is centered around turning the body into a weapon so evil does not win. I have established a very clear training objective and way of measuring performance.

To become a Warrior and a Battlefield Martial Artist, it is imperative to master Sin’u-Ra tactical, technical, principle (TTP) and strength, power, endurance (SPE) components. These specific TTP and SPE components are then simultaneously developed, trained, and tested.

If an individual is Sin’u-Ra, it’s best you respect that. Welcome to my world!

Gabriel, TSAC-F
Sin’u-Ra Chief Specialist

TSAC-F Certification Details:
Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator

As the Chief Sin’u-Ra Specialist and a certified TSAC-F, the primary purpose and objective of my training method is to become a Battlefield Martial Artist and perfect the purest form of war so that evil does not win.

Developing, training, and testing the ability to dominate the rawest form of the modern battlefield is essential if the objective is to create a Warrior and a Battlefield Martial Artist.

Below are the details of the TSAC-F certification:

*Source: National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)

Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitators (TSAC-F) apply scientific knowledge to physically train military, fire and rescue, law enforcement, protective services, and other emergency personnel to improve performance, promote wellness, and decrease injury risk.

They conduct needs analyses and physical testing sessions, design and implement safe and effective strength training and conditioning programs, and provide general information regarding nutrition. Recognizing their area of expertise is separate and distinct, TSAC - Facilitators consult with and refer those they train to other professionals when appropriate.

The Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator (TSAC-F) possesses high level knowledge, skill, and ability in the following domains:

  1. Exercise Sciences
  2. Nutrition
  3. Exercise Technique
  4. Program Design
  5. Organization and Administration
  6. Testing, Assessment, and Evaluation
  7. Wellness Intervention

Exercise Sciences
Anatomy and physiology (muscular, bone and connective tissue, and cardiopulmonary); Neuromuscular anatomy and physiology; Biomechanics; Bioenergetics and metabolism; Physiological adaptations; Detraining and retraining; Environmental concerns; Endocrine responses.

Nutritional factors affecting health and performance; Nutritional strategies; Altered eating habits and disorders; Common dietary supplements.

Exercise Technique
Teach safe techniques; Dynamic warm-ups; Resistance training techniques (free weights, resistance machines, alternative implements); Plyometric exercise techniques; Speed/sprint techniques; Agility techniques; Aerobic endurance techniques; Flexibility techniques.

Program Design
Needs analysis; Circumstantial/lifestyle factors; Current health, fitness, and performance status; Design training programs; Incorporate mental skills.

Organization and Administration
Design and organize; Policies and procedures; Safe training environment; Professional and legal responsibilities.

Testing, Assessment, and Evaluation
Administer and evaluate tests

Wellness Intervention
Advantages of various types of physical training; Risks and outcomes of inappropriate training; Mitigate risk factors; Lifestyle and occupation affects on health, wellness, and performance.

Brent C.
Navy Seal, retired

”Sin’u-Ra is high level, REAL hand to hand close combat.”

Michael F.

”Sin’u-Ra is the most challenging and meaningful training I’ve been through. Life changing!”