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Chris Roberts

Look For Verbal & Physical Cues In Self Defense

Almost 100% of self defense courses teach techniques based on the attacker doing a particular attack. The moment one is taught to do Move B after the attacker has done Move A, the one being attacked is at a huge disadvantage. I even talk to many self defense instructors who believe they don't teach this way, but it is obvious they do, but for some reason they don't see it. Self defense should be based more on verbal cues & physical cues, not particular attacks. Easy to see the difference when training! www.safeinternational.biz
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Chris Roberts

Top 5 Biggest Areas for Improving Self Defense Courses

I would like to offer my thoughts on the Top 5 Biggest Areas for Improvement in most self defense courses.  While no self defense course is perfect, SAFE International has tried to keep evolving in regards to offering the most effective and realistic self defense course for their clients.  The goal of SAFE International is to keep improving our self defense courses and the experience for your clients.  We are always looking at what other self defense companies are doing and implementing strategies when we see the benefit. 1)  Awareness/Avoidance Strategies - it is unfortunate, and in my opinion, negligent for self defense instructors to teach without including some component on how to avoid potentially da...
Chris Roberts

What If You Were Attacked By Your Child?

I want to share a story about a male client I taught, and his personal story asking "What would you do if you were attacked by your own child?" Anyone who has been attacked knows the emotional, psychological, and physical challenges one faces, but if you want to magnify it 1000 times, imagine if it was your own child who was trying to kill you?  That brings a whole new dimension that I have never experienced, but have spent many hours thinking about after hearing this story that a private shared with me a couple years ago.  SAFE International has taught more than 175,000 people, but this story shows so many successful strategies that a person with ZERO training implemented, but they still felt as if they were unsuccessfu...
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