Friday, June 27, 2008

Can You Really Learn Martial Arts in 12 Lessons?

I get this question quite often about my 12 lesson program. The truth is NO, you won’t be able to learn a martial art in 12 lessons. Martial Arts require years of practice, huge amounts of memorization and thousands of repetitions in multi-step techniques. However, self-defense skills are SIMPLE, EASY TO LEARN and INCREDIBLY EFFECTIVE.

Learning a martial art is about self-perfection, building character, and creating positive mental and physical change. Learning real-world self-defense is about surviving an attempted assault which could end up in rape and/or homicide. It is doing what you have to do to make it home to see your family. Self-Defense employs brutal techniques done in a manner that most martial artists are afraid to teach (or don’t know how to teach). Devastatingly effective gross-motor movements are utilized that even a 4 year old can learn. Twelve lessons in an effective self-defense system can provide the based for all of the methods and techniques you will ever need. You can practice on your own from this point, putting together your own training routines, combinations, and self-defense workout schedules. From here, yoiu can continue to teach yourself and STAND ON YOUR OWN TWO FEET.

Even though you can’t learn martial arts in 12 lessons,you CAN learn self-defense

3 comments:

Dr. Paleo Ph.D. said...

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Spencer

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The Warrior said...

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