Most self-defense training, whether martial arts or firearms, is focused on
instilling physical skills. Unfortunately, critical elements are being left
out. This is commonly because your instructors don’t fully understand the
topics covered in this book– or worse, are completely unfamiliar with this
information - information that will keep you out of the hospital or prison.
If your instructor doesn’t know it, how is he going to teach it to you? For
example: - Do you know when you claim self-defense you are confessing to
what is normally a crime? - Did your instructor ever tell you that? - Or
did he – as so many instructors do – tell you what he's teaching you is
'self-defense?' - How much of your training time has been spent on when to
use that training? - When not to? - What about how crime and violence
really happen? (Not knowing that you may not get a chance to use your
training.) - How do you explain to the police that what you did was
self-defense and not you attacking your fellow citizen? - What will you
need to be able to do to prove your innocence in court?
You'll learn these and many more important topics in this introductory book
about what you haven't been taught about self-defense.
This book was co-authored by Jenna Meek and Marc MacYoung.