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11 Child Safety Tips Every Parent Should Know!

I loved my childhood! I grew up in the 70’s and 80’s, no internet, no computers, no cell phones, not even a pager!  Some may say that it was safer back then, but I don’t think there is that big of a difference.  There were still rapists, murderers and pedophiles lurking around like today, but […]

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15 Ways To Make Your Run Or Walk A Safe One.

  It’s 7:00AM and the sun is rising, the air is cool and fresh and the birds are all chirping as they wake.   The day is coming to life and you feel energized as you lace up your running shoes and begin your morning run.   It is something you look forward to clear your head […]

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Our 5 Keys to A Successful 2017!

It is a new year, 2017, and today is actually Friday the 13th!  The first month of the year is already half over!  Time goes by so fast it seems, but we all still have 24 hours in a day and 365 days in a year.  The busier we are the faster those days seem […]

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11 Sexual Assault Statistics Showing Why You Should Learn Self Defense and Personal Safety.

It is 2017 And a new year is upon us. The Christmas and New Year’s season is over and everyone is back to their normal daily grind. Back to work and school, focusing on paying off all of the Christmas gifts you bought or counting down until the next holiday weekend. The last thing anyone is thinking of his learning […]

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Gun Defense: It’s All Or Nothing.

When I began training in the martial arts, gun defense wasn’t talked about very much. Eventually I was taught some in Tang Soo Do and Shotokan karate, but they were risky movements at best and would probably end with you getting shot. Defenses seen in some traditional styles may have been effective against single shot, […]

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Get These 5 Keys to Personal Self Defense

Thousands of people learn martial arts at local dojo’s around the US. They go to class twice per week on average and mimic their instructor’s movements. Many of these schools turn out clones of the instructor rather than encouraging each student to make the system there’s and tailor it to their strengths and weaknesses. This is a major point missed in the martial arts. The […]

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