Fighter's Fact Book 2
Street Fighting Essentials
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|Format: ||Paperback, 432 pages, 2nd Edition|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 December 2016|
You will fight how you train. That s why Fighter s Fact Book 2 presents a critical look at training and real-world applications. When you ve mastered the skills taught in this book, you will truly be ready to defend yourself in some of the most desperate situations imaginable. You will learn how to defend yourself against multiple assailants, violent dogs, and knife attacks. You ll learn how to contend with close-quarters attacks and adversaries who are impervious to pain. You ll also get no-nonsense instruction on fighting wounded and the justified use of extreme tactics. Loren W. Christensen shares lessons from his decades of martial arts training and law enforcement experience. He has also enlisted a host of expert contributors: .Lt. Col. Dave Grossman .Iain Abernethy .Rory Miller .Kris Wilder .Lawrence Kane .Alain Burrese .Wim Demeere .Richard Dimitri .Mark Mireles .Tim Delgman .Dan Anderson These men are proven survivors, and their multidisciplinary analyses will change the way you see training and fighting. The authors will show you how to make your street techniques fast and explosive, and how to prepare yourself mentally to use extreme force. These skills are not for the faint of heart. They are hardcore techniques intended to save your life or the life of a loved one."
About the Author
Loren W. Christensen has been involved with martial arts since 1965. He has earned an 8th dan in American Free Style Karate, 2nd dan in Jujitsu, and 1st dan in Modern Arnis. Loren has authored over 50 books (a couple non-fiction), and has written popular articles for numerous martial arts magazines during the past 30 years. Loren was inducted into the 2001 Masters Hall of Fame for a Golden Lifetime Achievement Award. He is a retired Army MP and Portland Police Officer. Loren Christensen resides in Portland Oregon.
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