Trevor S. Thrasher: Controlling stress will help put a person in the optimal zone for decision-making and performance. This can be accomplished by controlling the approach to the situation, developing operator resilience, using active mind-body measures, selecting appropriate TTPs, and establishing confidence through training and conditioning.
About the author
As a combat veteran U.S. Army Green Beret, Trevor Thrasher has unique and wide-ranging special operations experience. His credentials include law enforcement SWAT, high-risk protective work in non-permissive environments, and counter-terrorism direct action missions done unilaterally and with foreign special forces.
Trevor served as primary defensive tactics instructor for the Omaha Police Department, primary tactical instructor/advisor to a foreign commando counter-terror unit, and is responsible for the groundbreaking curriculum known as High Threat Systems and Reality Behavior-Based Conditioning©.
Thrasher is an 88 Tactical Partner and Senior Instructor.