Self-Defense Lies About Martial Arts In Real Street Fights

Self-Defense LIES (And A Better Way To Train For The Street!)

You should already know this by now (but I’ll say it anyway)…

“Unarmed” self-defense skills are a critical part of your protection plan – even if you carry a gun for everyday carry (EDC)!

But are those skills you’ve been developing through your training really “Warrior-Ready” for the reality of a violent street attack?

Overconfidence is risky… and traditional martial arts – and even brutal “combat sports” – have confused (and even sometimes purposefully mislead!) the public in what can truly be called “self-defense”.

This week, we talk with Damian Ross about the evolution of “self-defense”… how it got twisted… and a better way to plan out your personal hand-to-hand combat skills to keep you and your loved ones safe.

Self-Defense Lies In Martial Arts & Combat Sports!

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Each week, our rag-tag team of hairy-backed mooks - along with some of the world's top experts - bring you "no B.S." tips, tricks, and tactics to level-up all your skills in tactical firearms training, urban survival, escape & evasion, and close-quarters combat self-defense!

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Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:

  • What’s really wrong with “self-defense” today! (If you’re confused, it’s not your fault!)
  • How “combat sports” destroyed self-defenseand then got its own ass handed to it in turn!
  • The “3 Levels” of true self-defense! (You’ll never guess the first 2 levels of training Damian focuses on!)
  • Real “street fight factors” your training must address – or it’s simply NOT “self-defense”!
  • The ONE single technique Damian uses that turns every move you make into a powerful strikeand never lets your attacker get a chance to fight back!
  • And much, MUCH more!

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How Is Your CURRENT Self-Defense Training Addressing These Critical Factors?

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