Eric Kreutzer and his son Kevin train in the Self Defense Training System. But what makes this father and son team special, is that Kevin is autistic.
According to Eric, “For years I’ve been trying to help Kevin (age 30) have more confidence and get in better shape. He has many fears and I try to work with him, he’s also overweight, so I’m concerned about his health as well.”
That’s when Eric discovered the Self Defense Training System (SDTS).
“We watch the lessons and practice the drills together. He’s starting to lose weight and his confidence is starting to rise!”
Eric is certain others in similar situations can use the SDTS to increase their ability to connect with their children and enable them to meet the world face to face with confidence.
“Kevin and I have a very good working relationship to add to our mutual love for each other. Kevin is now able to look people in the eyes with less fear than ever before.”
Picture above, Eric (left) and Kevin (right) practice the “Lion Tamer Chair” knife defense from Module 8 of The Self Defense Training System (SDTS).