After reading numerous books pertaining to the issue of how an individual might defend themselves against attack, I became curious as to why the authors really wanted their readers, or students to be attacked. Perhaps it was an ego thing. Perhaps they wanted to demonstrate the superiority of their own martial art, or style. Perhaps they wished to promote their own books as a vehicle to solicit students. All of the above seem acceptable to me, in that knowledge gained is worth the effort. Upon meeting several of these authors it became clear to me they had never even considered detection and prevention as being perfectly acceptable alternatives to having a direct confrontation. Detection is something few people ever consider. They are not trained in that area. Why should they be? They feel they are reactive and have extreme confidence in their combative skills. This is a very dangerous misconception. If you think you must change your habits, or lifestyle to protect yourself from becoming a victim, not so! Remember, I am going to instruct you on how to avoid becoming a victim, that will be quite painless. You already have the pre-conditioning necessary to become extremely effective with minimal effort on your part. The only other requisites will be your ability to see and analyze. So, with good eyesight and a fairly good brain you have all the weapons necessary to combat becoming a victim. Later on in the book I discuss the phenomena of qReflex Reacting.q This is why I know you will rapidly and logically learn and more importantly, retain the skills I am going to teach you.How much do you know about your vehicle? ... of the 70a#39;s and early 80a#39;s, there is not very much you can get out and fix by repairing a part. You should carry spare fuses, bulbs, a serpentine belt (most current vehicles run pumps, compressors and the alternator off the same belt) and the proper tools necessary to changeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Lady's Hard to Get|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2000-04-01|