I know you know what it feels like to be prepared.
You’ve studied for a test, a presentation at work or trained for a sporting event.
When it was time to act, your preparation gave you the confidence in your ability to perform under the pressure,
but, what about in a self-defense situation?
What would happen if today, after work, you were approached by someone as you walked to your car?
What would you do if someone stopped you at your doorstep and pushed you into your house?
What would happen if at a stop light, you find yourself sitting next to a carjacker who just got in the unlocked passenger side of your car?
What would you do?
Are you prepared for these and many other situations you could find yourself in at anytime?
We successfully completed another 5 week course last Wednesday June 24,2009. This was the third course this year.
Normally we only have three per year.
Why did we decide to add another one to the schedule?
Because women are calling in and wanting to take action NOW!!
We hear from government officials, crime is under control, but is it really?
While police say crime is under control, Ga. Tech students are being held at gun point and robbed in their houses, women are being attacked in their apartment complexes and people can’t even walk to local attractions (Centennial Olympic park) without being held up and robbed.
So, what can you do about it?
What steps can you take to make sure you and your family is protected?
Don’t leave your safety and the safety of those around you to anyone else.
Take responsibility for yourself!
And learn real techniques that can save your life if you have to fight back!
Check this out!
It’s good that you’re offering this it can’t hurt to be prepared for things.