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Damian Ross promise: 90 days or less!!!

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      When I say 90 days is all it takes, I’m a serious as a heart attack.

      I have been doing this for 16 years and the most it has ever taken any of the thousands of people me or my staff has trained is 90 days. 90 days to hit harder, become more aware and more effective.

      Coaching wrestling, MMA, or Judo takes a lot longer. Conditioning, age, strength and natural talent play an extremely important part.

      The question I get put to me on occasions is if I took two people of the same ability, will and desire and trained one in MMA and the other in the SDTS in one month who would be better equipped for the street. I will say without question the person training in the SDTS will be better off every day of the week and twice on Sunday!

      The reason is apples and oranges. It is the purpose and method of training. MMA starts with conditioning, basic elements of striking, grappling, understanding the rules and regulations of the sport. The SDTS practiioner is learning how to spot a threat and either escape or destroy the target as fast as possible. No “if’s” “ands” or “buts”.

      So, when I say 90 days or less, 2 times a week for 30 minutes I know this to be fact. We train people in virtually every aspect of combat sport and self defense. If we thought that MMA, or grappling yielded the best results, we would have developed that type of system But we know for a fact after our own personal experience what does the trick.

      Now here’s another point, imagine if you doubled your time in training and doubled your efforts… you will not just be twice as effective, you will be EXPONENTIALLY more effective.

      People who add one more day to their training consistently perform two to three times better than those who train twice a week. We have documented this in promotion exams and attendance sheets.

      This same holds true for all systems and styles.

      The point is, you do not have to be a professional fighter or even train like one to be “combat effective”. All you have o do is be a little patient and a little consistent.

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