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Single BEST Self-Defense Product on the Street or at Home-Women or Men.

2nd Degree Black Belt Brad Heineck (along with Bob Schrupp) demonstrates the Single BEST Self Defense Product on the Street or at Home for Women or Men. Make sure to like Bob and Brad on FaceBook The Tactical Flashlight and other Products Bob and Brad LOVE is on their Amazon Preferred Page : Follow us on Twitter Our Website: Our book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle Brad’s Book “Martial Arts Manual: For Stretching, Strengthening, Prevention, and Treatment of Common Injuries” is also available on Kindle. WANT TO HELP TRANSLATE OUR VIDEOS? We would so love the help. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites


Pattyann says:

Some good points, especially posture and how to carry yourself with strength. After that better stick with PT.

Frank Martinelli says:

Amateur boxer and muay thai guy here. Im a snob when it comes to self defense stuff, and you guys said all the right things. Especially about the firearms. Same with traditional martial arts, takes years before you can become proficient enough to use it when you need to. Doesnt mean you shouldnt do it. The best answer, is do a little bit of everything. BJJ, muay thai, and firearms on a regular basis.

Kathy B Good says:

thank you, all your videos are so very helpful.

C Richter says:

Thank you. This is so important to teach male and female. I like the anyone can do ideas. Been practicing your last defense video with all my grandchildren.

Kmuggle says:

I think you're out of your league here. I have a house full of tactical flashlights. The one common thing between them all is they often fail to light up due to lousy batteries and lousy electrical contact … so I wouldn't bank on being able to blind some attacker. Additionally if you're close enough to wack the guy in the face with it you're close enough to be grabbed by the bad guy … it's likely you've been grabbed already. Maybe a flashlight is better than nothing … but IMO it's not a trustworthy alternative.

Ted Abbott says:

Anyone afraid for their safety or that of their loved ones should take self-defence. And if you are not afraid, go see a psychiatrist.

Ashley Ellwood says:

I had a Fenix tactical flashlight the same size as that one and it helped me a dozen times while working on the Vegas strip. I can't recommend them enough!!

Dookie BrownLove says:

I normally love this channel but you guys just strayed way outside of your area of expertise and gave very bad and very dangerous advice. Flashlights do not stop violent criminals, period. You should be ashamed of yourselves for perpetuating such bad information that has no basis in fact.

Barbara Carbone says:

Thanks. Where are these sold?

Joe Brown says:

Thanks very much. Great stuff!

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