Category Archives: Prevention

ProTrainings Online Self Defense Training Now Live!!!!

Hello Self Defense Fans!

I’ve been waiting over 7 months to be able to make this UDEMYpursesnatch2announcement…ProTrainings’ Self Defense Training is now live!

It’s being offered through limited outlets before fully launching on the website and it’s available right now for only $25!

Our marketing team researched the price for this training by asking our current clients what they though was fair.  That price was $89.   Most other Self Defense courses are $129-$289.  After I spoke with the development team, I explained that I wanted to make this course available at a cost that is so reasonable, price wouldn’t stop someone from taking the course.  They graciously conceded and lowered the price for a limited time to less than the cost of a CPR course.

You can go to the training right now by CLICKING HERE:

Or, you can go directly to Udemy.com and search “Practical Self Defense” by ProTrainings.

Here’s a short video that describes a bit more detail about the program. If you do take the course, please give me your feedback so we can make it even better!

What Can I Do To Protect Myself Right Now?

(Defensor: Latin for defender, champion, warder, Protector, Guardian, advocate. Keep this in mind for every time I address you as such.  That is what you’re here to learn how to be right?)

peppersprayHello Defensors!

Before the close of the day, I wanted to give you a training that was one of the first that I gave to my very own daughter before she went off to college.  This is a training that you can use today!  It is an item that you can order online or get at your local sporting good store.  The use is simple and there need not be any long exercise training or work out.  You need’nt be strong or be a martial artist in order to execute this defense.  Warning!!! Keep this spray away from children and if this spray is accidentally discharged and it get’s onto the skin, or into the eyes, it can be damaging or can cause an allergic reaction and is extremely painful.  It is usually an oil based chemical and is not easily rinsed off.  To begin removal of the spray, one should use a dish soap and water mixture that breaks down oily substances. You may need to call 911 or see an emergency room if exposed.  Be careful to avoid spraying this into the wind or around those who are down wind if you can help it.  Make sure that you can use it per your own States law as well.  Chances are, if you can buy it in a credible sporting good store, it is legal in your State.  Please watch this video compliments of 360 Tactical Training.  I hope it helps.

Peace!