Unarmed Self Defense-Grand Junction, CO (Private Course)

Date
Date(s) - 05/06/2018

This is Defenders USA’s acclaimed self defense class that teaches how to defend oneself by using techniques to avoid an attack in first place or to use explosive, defensive violence in order to stun, distract, and break away from an attacker or attackers who want to cause harm, kidnap, rape, or kill.

We’ll also get into dealing with the defensive mindset, understanding the necessary use of violence in order to protect, and dealing with criminial(s) who want your possessions. We will also deal with how to defend against knife attacks and using a knife as a viable defensive tool. We will get into other self defense and home defense tips, and the how-to’s that are practical and helpful in avoiding an attack in the first place.

The is a challenging training course for anyone of any physical ability. If you promise to give it your best and stay open to learning and putting forth effort, you will benefit greatly from this course. Come learn and work hard before the attack that hopefully never comes.

“The best fight you’ll ever have is the one you avoid in the first place”

“The more you sweat in training, the less you’ll bleed in combat”

Bookings

Registration are closed for this event.

Testimonials

“First, I would like to thank you for your instruction on Saturday. I found the information in the classroom was detailed and you answered all of my questions thoroughly. It’s nice to have an instructor with as much experience as you in both the military and law enforcement arena. The range time was very empowering and made me start thinking in a broader context about defensive shooting scenarios and the importance of continued weapons education. In other words: I’m hooked. When I can afford it, you can be certain to expect me in additional classes and workshops to come.

You did a STELLAR job at getting the class to think outside of the box and I think that the $125 I paid for the day of training and range time was a STEAL. I’ve told a couple of my friends about it up here in the Mountains, and the response has been good.

I look forward to seeing you again in the future as soon as I can make it out there.”