What Does Being Able to End the Fight With One Hit Mean to You?
When most people think of self-defense, they really just want to be able to end the fight quickly … guaranteed!
Don’t Settle for Inefficient Martial-Arts Techniques and Strategies
A lot of newbie and frustrated martial artists:
- don’t know the specific targets that will end a fight (and no, the advice in articles on the Net won’t work, like “kick ‘em in the groin!”)
- worry that their techniques won’t damage enough to stop an attacker
- know they aren’t fast enough to land a solid technique
What’s your martial-arts fear or frustration?
There is a lot of mediocre presentation of the basics. This standard, low-to-medium level martial arts instruction just isn’t enough, these days. Times have changed. Attacks are more aggressive.
And you have to step-up your response to meet the challenge.
Poorly Presented Punch Practices
How To End The Fight With One Hit Will Teach You:
- Two choices and how to let your enemy determine target and technique
- How to prepare yourself mentally. Plan for your desired outcome.
- The best single technique withat least 5 variations. Discover your personal strike style.
- A vulnerable shot that works (no, not the groin)
- Knockout punches to the head — precise targets and techniques
- Why kidney punches don’t work the way you want them to, and a better alternative
- A better angle to bruise the bone with your punch. You’ll appreciate this icing on the cake
You are about to discover:
- why there are so many legal warnings about the dangerous techniques included in this ebook
- which technique a golden-gloves boxer learned from me AND then used on me!
- how to make your new method automatic. (a no-thought responses)
- my personal self defense philosophy. Adapt the parts of it that are useful to you.
If You Aren’t Using These Tactics, Then You Don’t Have a Chance of Ending the Fight With One Hit.
You occasionally hear about someone ending the fight with one hit or kick. Occasionally. Such accounts are examples of efficient (or very lucky) fighters.