Monthly Archives: July 2015

She Lived in FEAR and a Gun and the Police Couldn’t Protect Her

She Lived in FEAR and a Gun and the Police Couldn’t Protect Her Tracy Williams was killed Sunday evening while she was at an ATM in the parking lot of…

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Hooker Kills Serial Killer with his Own Gun

Prostitute Kills Serial Killer with His Own Gun This is the incredible true story of how a woman, with no training whatsoever – disarmed and killed a larger, stronger, armed,…

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Citizens Capture Mugger!

Street justice, New York-style: City residents tackled mugger who attacked Arizona mother-of-two tourist Good Samaritans held down a man who allegedly robbed a 36-year-old mother of two Wednesday night in…

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Self Defense Spotlight Neil Bran

Student Defeats Street Boxer with the Self Defense Training System Every once in a while I spotlight a Self Defense Training System success story. It could be a personal story…

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Fear is Good

FEAR is GOOD Fighting back is a scary proposition. Risking physical injury is unnerving at best and terrifying beyond comprehension at the worst. Getting punch in the ring is a lot different…

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Self Defense Spot Light

Every so often I like to feature a member who I feel emulates what we’re doing at the Self Defense Company. Steve is one of those people who “get’s it.” …

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Two Step Shark Defense

Two Step Shark Defense – Do I need to put out another course? It’s getting crazy -already this year there’ve been 13 recorded shark attacks across the U.S. and this…

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The Ten Cardinal Rules of Self Defense

1. Your assailant is armed.

Even though you may not see a weapon, that doesn’t mean one doesn’t exist. Martial arts train you to master separate techniques for weapon attacks and another set of techniques for unarmed attacks. While in THEORY this sounds like a good idea, in REALITY it will get you a spot on the medical examiner’s slab faster than you can say “CSI”.

In low light conditions that punch may be a stab, how can you tell the difference? According to the Department of Justice Uniform Crime Report, in over 80% of criminals arrested in connection to a violent crime a weapon was present. The Self Defense Training System trains you to react in a way that takes armed and unarmed situations into consideration 100% of the time.

2. Your assailant intends to kill you or cause you serious injury.

Don’t hope that your attacker is not going to hurt you. Most predators will try to take EVERYTHING they can if given the chance. Never trust your attacker, no matter how persuasive they may be. Once you “let them in the door” you’re life is on their hands. In addition, most criminals are repeat offender, nearly 85% of them have spent some time in the criminal justice system. Martial arts teach you to wait for your attacker to escalate the attack, the Self Defense Training Sysem trains you to end the assault immediately.

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3. Your assailant has “friends”.

Your attacker wants to stack the odds in his favor. More times than not he will have help. Unfortunately you won’t know it’s a multiple attacker situation BEFORE its too late. Martial arts teach you different tactics for single and multiple attackers. The Self Defense Training System gives you only tactics that work against both single and multiple threats at the same time!

4. You will be attacked when you’re injured.

Criminals, like predators attack targets of opportunity. If you appear to be weak or distracted you have a greater chance of being targeted. You must prepare yourself for those times when you’ re not at your best. Martial arts require athleticism, tremendous strength and coordination. How many times have you missed class because you were sick, injured or out of shape? Well we have a rule at the Self Defense Company: If you can leave your house, you better be able to save your own skin! won’t do you any good when you’re not at your peak.

5. Your assailant will be twice your size.

Tigers don’t eat other tigers. They choose smaller and weaker animals. Chances are your attacker will be larger and stronger than you. Professional athletes don’t get mugged, regular people do. Martial arts try to accomplish this be teaching you complicated techniques that take years to master. The Self Defense Training System only uses core, gross motor skills that target medically proven weaknesses on the human anatomy. So it doesn’t matter how big or strong he is, you’ll drop him like a sack of potatoes!

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6. You will have to fight in the worst possible environment.

The training room is nice, it is smooth, has a matted floor and plenty of space, but its not reality. Outside there’s pavement, rocks, tree stumps, snow, ice and sand. No matter where you move, inside or out, you can’t walk 10 feet in any direction without bumping or tripping over something. Martial arts are designed to work in the ring or a matted area designed for safety. The Self Defense Training System trains you to move in a way that takes any and every possible environment into consideration.

7. The fight is NEVER over.

Don’t assume because he’s down, he’s out. After the initial confrontation, when your adrenaline subsides, you are the most vulnerable. While you’re admiring your handy work, thinking he is going to leave, he may be securing a weapon or his friends have decided to give him a hand (or a knife). Martial arts teach you to “fight fair” by instilling rules and etiquette. While this may be good for the kids, it has no place in the kill or be killed world of self defense. The Self Defense Training System prepares you to keep focus after the initial assault and shows you exactly what to do when you THINK the fight is over.

8. You will miss your target…a lot.

Martial arts make you believe that every shot hits it target. In the real world you sometimes slip, your attacker moves and you will miss. The Self Defense Training System instills you with the attitude of “keep fighting until the threat has stopped” by training you in lethal combinations and dynamic tactics.

In the real world you do not stop when you score a point or get your partner a tap out. You must train and prepare to go far beyond the tap. You don;t get points for style and there is no justice. In the street, it’s not a matter of who is right, only who is left!

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Where Are Your F#CKING Manners?

Where Are Your F#CKING Manners? “You would NEVER speak to me like that if you were standing in front me” is the thought that popped into my head during another…

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Firefighter CRUSHES Armed Robber

Firefighter CRUSHES Armed Robber MIDLOTHIAN, TX – Congratulations to Daniel Gaskey, a Mansfield firefighter, former Marine and high school wrestler, who took down an armed robber with his bare hands, and…

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New Report: Men Over Estimate Their Ability to Fight

New Report: Men Over Estimate Their Ability to Fight A recent study published by the department of health and human services has shown that the average man overestimates his ability…

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70 Year Old Woman Survives Attack

70 Year Old Woman Survives Attack ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) – A 70-year-old woman was attacked while walking around Lake Adair in Orlando’s College Park neighborhood early Wednesday…

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Hate Crime: Multiple Attackers

Hate Crime: Multiple Attackers Chris McKnight, 27  was beaten by multiple attackers and later treated for a broken nose and concussion at a nearby hospital. The video below was captured by a…

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What is the BIGGEST Killer of them all?

Complacency:  A feeling of contentment or self-satisfaction, especially when coupled with an unawareness of danger, trouble, or controversy. An instance of contented self-satisfaction. Complacency tells you you’re too busy, too old, too injured or…

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