What would you do?
What would you do if you were walking on the street at night and someone punched you in the face, started kicking you on the ground and smashed your skull with a brick?
What would you do if you were in a bar and someone broke a bottle and used it to slit your throat?
What would you do if a gang beat you in a stairwell or elevator, held you down and made you watch them take turns raping your wife?
What would you do if you went for a walk with your daughter and a car stopped, someone jumped out, snatched your daughter from your hand and drove off with her?
Those are emergencies, just like any medical emergency.
A lot of people learn CPR because it takes just a few
hours to learn, is inexpensive and can save a life.
You don’t have to be a genius to learn CPR or be
extremely fit to use it.
What would you say if I told you that I could teach you to
save a life by killing or crippling a violent criminal in less
time than it takes to learn CPR?
To know when, where and how to hit for maximum damage . . .
To see an attack comming and actually have the tactical
advantage from the get-go by being prepared . . .
To be emotionally-prepared to hurt someone without hesitation . . .
To use fear and adrenaline to your advantage . . .
Would you be interested?
Think about it . . .