Self Defense or Personal Protection?

Written by Alex Iglecia

"What is defense? It is a countermeasure to aggression, an act of protection from danger". -Robert Anthony Bussey

Self defense is a myth. I know. I’ve been studying and it for years. The false sense of security my sister might buy inrepparttar store or from some “expert” outright scares me. What would really work if she was threatened? Attacked? Worse?

“Violent crime is everywhere, happening every minute. It's random, and it can happen to you.” from Taking Precautions by Robert Bussey at

Should she take a self defense course? Buy mace? Nice shoes won’t make me dance and I wouldn’t take an introductory gymnastics class and then go forrepparttar 116308 gold. What should I tell my sister to do? Learn about Personal Protection.

People ask what they should do specific situations? I tell them to get a foundation in movement and learn how to react, either one being more important than learning particular techniques. Learning about how attacks happen, how to react and how to move is more practical and valuable than learningrepparttar 116309 twist to pull out of a wrist grab or a shoulder grab.

Summer's Here. . . Now What?

Written by Pat Redmond

As snow coveredrepparttar trees last fall, and you plugged in your Tanis Heater, did your stomach feel sick with regret? Did you wish you had flown more, visited more places in your airplane, spent time at OshKosh? How many beautiful summer days passed that you didn't take advantage of? Why not make this year different? With a little planning you could put together a list of places to visit so that your plane never sits onrepparttar 116307 ramp on a beautiful summer day!

You've got to takerepparttar 116308 first step!

Right now, sit down with a pen and notebook and start writing down allrepparttar 116309 places you want to visit

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