This series comprises an astonishing 16 HOURS of content (Approx 8 hours in part 1 and approx 8 hours in part 2. There’s simply NO possible way I can convey all the material I cover on this web page. But I am here to give you SOME examples. Believe me, there is an amazing amount of material.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Let me continue:
The Brutal Sprawl (this isn’t amateur wrestling folks)
Fundamentals of body control and body formation
Fundamentals of proper punching
Defensive strike counter measure
Now if that’s all I showed on the Snap, No Tap Series it would garner a considerable fortune without question. But guess what? There’s even more:
The Quintessential Double Wristlock
Figure 4 Choke
Figure 4 Front Face Lock
Standing Rear Naked Choke
The Brutal Side Headlock
The Crippling Full Nelson
Escapes from the ground
Head Lock neck breakers
Stopper Toe Hold
It’s RIDICULOUS the amount of material on this series. PLUS! I have one instructional dedicated in part to real world Street Psychology. This isn’t Sigmund Freud or Dr. Phil stuff. This is what it’s like to deal with a psychotic. Remember this, you cannot rationalize with someone who is irrational. Traditional psycho therapy takes many, many sessions to PERHAPS make a difference in someone’s life. You have but mere SECONDS to deal with someone on the street.
Look, like I said before, I will stack this video series against any other in the world. When you get this series, you’re getting as good as it gets.
You want to know something funny? I didn’t even come close to putting all my knowledge on this video series. There simply isn’t enough time. But what I did in this video series is give you absolute fundamentals and techniques that you must master in order to have any chance of street survival. It is asinine to think that some little trick or disarm that you can learn in an afternoon is going to actually work against a crazed and violent assailant. Get with the program and realize that defending your life and the life of your loved ones is as serious as it gets. You need to invest the time and effort it takes to become a formidable adversary rather than a helpless victim.