Which Type of Person Are You: Hero, Witness or Victim?

Protector: CSI, Learn Techniques from the Cop Who Trains the Cops

This isn’t a martial arts thing or even a self defense thing, it’s a civic duty.

Are you a HERO, WITNESS or VICTIM?

A Hero is someone who risks their own well being for the greater good.

A Witness is a Victim that hasn’t been attacked YET.

Look I realize that only a few, a very small percentage of you will ever have the guts to stand up and help.

That’s OK.

The vast majority of the world is and always will be submissive. That’s how a few people with the will to power seize control. That’s why criminals ALWAYS have victims to target.

I’m not talking to them. I’m talking to the HERO inside of you. The HERO that wants to step up and do the right thing. The HERO who watches a movie and gets frustrated when no one stands up against the bad guy.

The problem is the HERO inside of you, doesn’t know what to do?

If you saw someone struggling with a bunch of packages, you would help them wouldn’t you? Sure, because you know EXACTLY what to do.

If you saw a cop losing a fight, wouldn’t you WANT to help?
Of course you would because that cop is what stands between the piece of crap he’s fighting with AND YOU.

Because if the cop can’t control him, YOU’RE NEXT.

Well now you can step up and help and I’m going to show you how RIGHT HERE:

Terrorists, criminals and mass murderers know that most of the world will crap them selves when faced with a grave situation. They knew it on 9-11 and they knew it in Beslan, Virginia Tech and Sandy Hook.

The choice is yours: HERO, WITNESS or VICTIM.

That link again:

 

Can You Learn Self Defense From a Video?

Martial arts is NOT self defense. They are two different endeavors that share similar techniques.

Martial arts are a social, spiritual and physical journey, self defense is a skill set. And while training in self defense you will get in shape, introduce you to new people and give you huge amounts of confidence knowing you’re prepared to step up and do the right thing, these are just by-products of the purpose specific training that is called the Self Defense Training System (SDTS)

In self defense it doesn’t matter how many classes you have or how many belts you’ve earned. There’s only one thing that matters: CAN YOU DO IT?

Some martial artists feel threatened by what we do and to be honest, we’re really not a threat to them at all because someone who wants the martial arts experience will find a place to train. It’s a lifestyle choice and its not for everyone.

Self defense on the other hand is a skill that depends on one simple condition: The desire to protect your life, property and the welfare of others.

While this seems like a basic human condition of survival there are people (and always will be) who chose to ignore the realities of violence and depend on the sheepdogs: police, military, security and concerned citizens who will do their fighting for them.

We will never change their minds and that’s OK. It takes a special type of person to recognize how vulnerable you are and realize that you need to do something that’s efficient and constructive.

Which brings me to my original point: Can you learn from videos?

Can you learn self defense from videos on your own time, at your own pace in the comfort of your own home?

To answer that question, I’m going to shut up and let Dan do the talking.

Dan has been training on his own with the SDTS program for a few months, WITHOUT A PARTNER, in his basement simply following the SDTS program step by step.

Well what makes this video special is that this is the first time Dan EVER performed the SDTS on a live partner and well, I’ll let his video speak for itself:



If you REALLY practice two times a week for 40 minutes you will develop a skill set that could save your life, period. And this isn’t a life time endeavor, learn it once and it’s hardwired into your mind and body.

The to get started all you have to do is take the next small step and click the link below.

 


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