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Brutal Self-Defense: How to Keep You and Your Loved Ones Safe in a Dangerous World.
The Brutal self-defense program was a live seminar never before offered to the general public. (It was too nasty and too brutal)
You will learn things to keep you safe and also things you can pass on to your loved ones to keep them safe
From dumbass teens playing the “knockout game” to Active Shooters showing up just about everywhere, you MUST do what it takes to learn how to keep you and your loved ones safe in an increasingly violent world.
If your head’s in the sand about taking responsibility for your own safety and those around you, guess where your butt is. Yes, it’s sticking up in the air and if you’re lucky, you’ll only get your ass kicked. If you’re not . . . well you just could get a free ride in a body bag.
I’m Tom Antion and for those of you that know me, or know of me, you are probably wondering . . .
“Why should I listen to Tom Antion about self-defense when he’s only known for public speaking and Internet Marketing for Small Business?”
What you probably don’t know is I’ve faced and defeated enormous amounts of violence, and I’ve had enormous amounts of training that I’ll tell you about later. For now, bear with me and see what you will learn in a literally life-changing two-day live seminar with me which is now on video.
Note: You need to be in "OK" shape to participate (i.e. you can stand up and walk around), but you DO NOT need to be in "great" shape to participate (I’m sure not at my peak conditioning anymore). In fact, if you aren’t in shape, you probably need this more than the average person. People with disabilities are welcome and there will definitely be techniques you can use.
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With no training, you will make mistakes that could cost you your life or cause you to experience a violent encounter you’ll have to mentally and possibly physically live with the rest of your life. Check out what happened to one of my former employees and then we’ll go over all the mistakes she made.
The Story of Sheila at the Library
I’ll call this employee Sheila. Sheila was in a cubicle in a remote corner of a library when she got the feeling a man was watching her. The man came over and sat in the cubicle right next to her. A few moments later Sheila was horrified when she realized the man was masturbating. She immediately got her things together and went toward the front exit of the library.
The man followed her and actually exited before her. Sheila was so flustered she called her mother to tell her what was happening. As she walked out of the library, the man was standing in the front foyer. She hurried past him, jumped in her car to leave and when she looked in the mirror the man was behind her car touching himself. YIKES!!!
What Sheila Did Wrong
Well pretty much everything . . . and she got off lucky in that this was apparently your run-of-the-mill pervert who didn’t turn out to be a rapist. . . . Yet.
She sat in a secluded part of the library. Criminals and creeps want privacy and she gave it to them by sitting deep in the stacks.
She ignored her feeling that someone was watching her. She related to me that she felt the guy was pulling out the same book from the shelf over and over just to have an excuse to watch her. This should have been a giant red flag to get up and move somewhere else in the library that was more populated with people.
She didn’t give eye contact to the man. Although this is controversial, studies with criminals show that stern eye contact can make the bad guy pick what appears to be an easier target. Another aspect of this is that many rapists have reported that not giving eye contact makes the girls seem coy and flirty as if she wanted him to have her.
She called her mother. Her mother could not help her at that point and criminals have reported that . . . contrary to popular belief . . . people on cell phones are better targets because they are distracted.
She did not immediately go to a library employee, or library security to report what was happening!!!
She ventured into the parking lot alone. She should have requested an escort, or waited for the police to come.
She got in her car which gave the weirdo access to her license plate number.
This could have ended a lot worse. In the heat of the moment, with no time to think, would your wife, daughter or you (if you’re female), have made all the right moves instead of all the wrong ones?
What if things turned violent in the dark library parking lot? Would you or one of your loved ones have the ability to stop the attack? Unfortunately, if you’re being honest with yourself, most likely the answer is NO.
I’ll Show You:
“Unarmed combatives are only for those foolish enough to be caught without a weapon.”
William E. Fairbairn
Virtually all credible, real world, self-defense trainers advocate the use of weapons. (Some weapons take practice and some require little or no practice.)
I’m not necessarily talking about guns and this course WILL NOT train you in the use of firearms. I will be glad to recommend appropriate training for you on request. (Although I will be teaching you how to disarm and disable various pistols and rifles that are pointed at you or other innocent people.)
In this Course You Will Learn:
Of course, you’ve heard the saying “Nice guys finish last.” It couldn’t be more true in the criminal world. If you’re afraid to offend someone, you let them get too close to you which tremendously reduces your chances of fending off a violent encounter. i.e…..they got the jump on you and you let them do it.
As part of this course you will learn how to strategically stay away from people without looking like a stuck up weirdo and EXACTLY WHAT TO WATCH for when any stranger approaches you AND EXACTLY WHAT TO SAY when they do.
You’ll also learn about the Combat Mindset and the Color Codes of Danger and what they mean to you in your daily life. Most people go around in the wrong color mode of danger which puts them in GREAT DANGER.
See Below what Lakia Robinson learned with only two minutes of training and no practice. She did a "Quad Attack" which consisted of an "Eye Rip" from behind, a " 'C' Clamp" to the wind pipe, a "Head Butt" to the jaw and you can't see it in the video, but Multiple Knee Strikes to the groin and thigh. Just think what she could do with 16 hours of training like you'll get when you attend this groundbreaking live event.
At the seminar I’m going to do an entire section on how criminals pick targets. This is not my opinion. This information comes from groundbreaking studies and interviews with actual muggers, rapists and burglars.
You’ll be amazed at some of the criteria criminals use to decide if they want to target you or one of your family members. Much of it is totally backward from what you might expect.
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Most people understand that what you say can either escalate or de-escalate the potentially violent situation you are facing. What most people don’t know is that what you say and how you say it can open up a chance for you to “take out” the aggressor before he takes you out.
Well, I’m going to list a bunch of stuff here that gives me the right. If you already know my background, or if you’re in a hurry to sign up (we only have 20 spots), you could skip this section.
If you want to make sure I’m not some poser just trying to profit from the fear in this country, then I suggest you read this to see how I’ve been living this type of physical safety / martial arts / self-defense lifestyle pretty much my entire adult life starting as a teenager. It's just that now people need this information more than ever and that's why I'm rolling it out.
I took up Shurin Ryu Karate where I broke rocks with my bare hands, walked barefoot in freezing cold streams, and learned to develop massive power. I also started my weapons training.
During this time I was tied for 4th in the State of Pennsylvania Heavyweight Wrestling Division (PA is a nationally known hotbed for high school wrestling). I was 23 wins and 1 loss in my senior year and was only beaten by a person who went on to long pro football career.
My training was from two “brutal” wrestlers named Nick Petronka (I think he was undefeated in his entire career high school, college and post college) and Jerry Seaman a Hall of Fame wrestler.
Both are bad asses who taught me how to brutally punish people (“mostly” within the rules hahaha) of high school wrestling. I could actually make a person throw up with one of the techniques I learned hahaha.
Add to that . . . I was an All-State football player and I had work out time with SuperBowl champ Jon Kolb and several other Pittsburgh Steelers who donated their time to helping high school wrestlers. Jon Kolb was so muscular I may as well have tried to wrestle an Oak Tree. He beat me to a pulp while teaching me how to do it to others.
During that time I went to the Nationals in Greco Roman & Free Style wrestling. (I pretty much got killed by older, tougher and bigger opponents) and was inducted into the Pennsylvania Football Foundation Hall of Fame.
I attended on a football scholarship and played first team starting guard at top 20 ranked West Virginia University. I was not well liked by many of the other players. Do you know why? . . . Because I actually went to class, wouldn’t smoke dope and wouldn’t cut in line in front of other hard working students who were not jocks. . . . So who cares if you were well-liked or not?
. . . What this means is on the practice field I was always getting into fights with the a**holes that were bigger, stronger and faster than me. I knocked a couple of them out.
During these days when anyone on the field could kill you . . . if I was tough in my high school days, . . . going through this for 4 years made me EXTREMELY tough.
I stayed in Morgantown WV and bought a bar that was somewhat of a biker hangout. Young and stupid as I was, I wasn’t aware the bikers wouldn’t take kindly to me cleaning up the place and making it a family restaurant and neighborhood bar ….think “Cheers”.
Also, I got my rude awakening to lawsuit-happy drunks who couldn’t wait for me to bust them up throwing them out so they could cash in on the rich guy. What those jerks didn't know was that during those days I studied Aikido to learn how to cause extreme pain without leaving bruises so I could throw people out of the nightclub without being sued all the time. That worked beautifully on regular drunks . . . I would soon learn it wasn’t enough.
When you are against lowlife people with nothing to lose . . . who couldn’t care less about suing you because they relish the thought of hurting you badly, . . . you must take things to an entire different level.
I started studying Combat Kung Fu, and Aiki JuJutsu. I had special forces guys instructing me as well as Kung Fu masters. I nearly killed one of the special forces guys with one of my moves and it scared the hell out of me and everyone else there when, as I recall, he was swelling up and turning blue.
During the nightclub days I was in two full blown gunfights. I survived and defeated over 100 physical attacks against me mostly by bikers who were mad that I cleaned up their shithole bar and turned it into a respectable nightclub and restaurant.
My car was even blown up with shotgun blasts.
If my high school and college days made me “extremely” tough, this time period took my toughness, my awareness, and my attitude about the bad elements of the world through the roof.
I’ve expanded even more on my training. I’ve had extensive weapons training (more current training than most police officers including basic sub machine gun and sniper) and I’ve kept up and practiced the brutal techniques necessary to survive modern day attacks . . . and yes today there are differences in how you are most likely to get attacked.
In the early days, there was no Rear Naked Chokes, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, or Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) on TV so besides what I learned in the old days I’ve kept up, studied and practiced (I work out frequently with Black Belts and recognized top street fighters.) One of my one-on-one teachers is the Chicago Based, extremely brutal, Tony Cecchine who "Black Belt Magazine" named one of the top 20 living street fighters. I’ve increased my regular and improvised weapon skills tremendously and I’m a damn good teacher of what works in real life, and actual life and death situations.
Add to that the threat of terrorism and active shooter study I’ve done and you’ve got one bad ass training in store for you.
Hey, I’m all for you getting involved in the Martial Arts. You must keep in mind though that the key word is “art”. Many of the techniques you’ll learn in a typical martial arts class are almost ridiculous in a real world street fight where there ARE NO RULES!
It’s great exercise and discipline and I’m not just paying lip service to keep my martial arts friends happy. I'd be thrilled if my class inspired you to explore the various arts and get involved. It can be a great thing in your life. However, do not be brainwashed into thinking your new found art is the end all. It could be the end all of your life if you try “art” techniques in a street fight.
I’ve got nothing against regular martial arts teachers, but most of them have never been in even one real life and death situation let alone nearly 100. There are many fakers out there too. They start their own system and award their own belts based on nothing but politics. Learning from someone like that could easily get you killed.
I've even gotten my money back from Internationally known Jiu Jitsu people who were selling "combatives" AKA street techniques. One of the things they tried to teach me was how to hold a certain ground technique to tire my opponent out.
When I pointed out that if they had me in that hold, while on my back I would take out my folding pocket knife, open it with one hand and disembowel the person trying to tire me out. . . . Oh I almost forgot. . . . That's in addition to my buddies kicking his head in. . . . I quickly got my refund.
So, with all the things I've outlined above, I feel highly qualified to teach you what I know. So, let's get back to it. Here’s another one of the violent encounter mantras I live by:
Ever since my nightclub days I’ve worked under the theory of multiple armed attackers. The Police Trainers I’ve studied under call this “Plus One” …..which means the bad guy/girl always has a friend / accomplice.
An example of this would be you decide to be a hero at a convenience store checkout line by confronting a robber and you get smashed in the head from behind by the robber’s buddy.
You MUST be aware enough to survey your environment. You MUST do your best to control the location of the attackers so you are only facing one at a time. Do you know how to do this? . . . I’ll be showing you how.
Also do you know which attacker to take out first? It’s not always the bad guy closest to you.
I’ll be teaching you the best possible methods of surviving and escaping an attack by more than one person.
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You have to decide if you really have what it takes to do what it takes to survive and/or protect your loved ones.
If you don’t think you do, I’ll be helping you with that mental attitude near the beginning of the seminar. I’ll be having you think of who would be devastated if you were gone? Who would be weeping hysterically at your funeral? Who would have a tough life or go into the abusive foster care system if you’re gone? Could you stand the thought of your precious children being raped and murdered, or sold into the child sex trade that’s running rampant world-wide?
Sometimes good people have to do unthinkable things to another human being (and I use the term “Human Being” benevolently since many of these bad people wouldn’t even make good wild animals.)
In this one-of-a-kind live event, I’m going to teach you how to do these unthinkable things that would only be used in the most dire circumstances to save your life, or the lives of your innocent loved ones.
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I’m not done yet. You’ll also learn:
We did some of the training in and around cars. Yes, I know it was cold out, but bad guys don’t wait for sunny days to attack you so I had the attendees dress accordingly with coats, earmuffs, hats, and gloves.
I mixed up the day with actual physical techniques the attendees practiced against other participants and punching bags and with classroom and video training. If they wore glasses I encouraged them to take them off during the physical training to simulate what they would experience if their glasses got knocked off. They, of course, could keep them on for the lecture and video portions of the days.
Some of the training purposely impaired their vision to simulate low light or other conditions that would keep them from seeing perfectly.
This program went two full 8 hour days with a short break for lunch.
Warm Up Time
There was no time allotted to warming up. Bad guys do not give you a chance to warm up now do they? The techniques taught will be what are called “gross motor skills” so they can be performed under stress with no warm up. There will be no high kicks or anything that would overstretch the muscles of an average person.
If attendees absolutely felt the need to warm up, they had to arrive early to do it. No one did.
Equipment & Clothing
Even though this seminar is titled “Brutal Self Defense”, Attendees were NOT brutalized. That being said, I had protective equipment available for their use. If an attendee didn't like the idea of wearing equipment that other people were also wearing (we had disinfectant wipes available), I suggested they purchase some of their own equipment from the list below
Here are some of the things that could be purchased from a martial arts supply, eBay, Amazon, Sports Authority, etc.:
Martial Arts Headgear with Facemask – There are many different types and we will not be hitting you in the head with full contact strikes so you don’t need the biggest and baddest headgear.
Mouth Guard – You can get the kind you mold yourself, or your dentist will make you one but the dentist one will cost a fortune and take forever to get.
Fingerless MMA Type Gloves – Since I teach you to strike without using your knuckles, this may be a waste. If your hands bruise easily, then go for it. You can also use fingerless bicycle gloves.
Forearm Pads – Good for practicing elbow strikes
Elbow Pads – Good for practicing elbow strikes and for some of the “on your back” exercises.
Knee Pads – You can get the soft kind online from a wrestler supply company or anybody selling them on Amazon. Hard ones like carpet installers and construction people use can be picked up at any Lowes or Home Depot type store.
Sports Bra (I'll be wearing mine hahaha)
Cup - I recommend "Nutty Buddy" and NO I'm not kidding. This is an actual brand.
Shoes – You should wear whatever shoes you normally wear and ladies that wear heels frequently should bring a pair of old high heels in addition to their everyday shoes.
NOTE: bring enough changes of shoes so you don’t track dirt from outside on to the mats where we’ll be working out.
Clothing – Again, attendees were encouraged to wear whatever they would normally wear. An attacker is not going to wait for you to change into your more comfortable fighting clothes. I had them bring several different outfits if they wanted to see how fighting changes in different types of clothes.
As I mentioned above, I had them bring a heavy coat, scarf, earmuffs, hats etc. for our time outside working in and around cars.
Backpack (optional) – You’ll learn to use this as a weapon and a shield and it will be handy for you to keep all your gear together.
Woofing, Touching and Whacking are part of “Adrenal Stress Training”. People react differently when their fight or flight response kicks in. Criminals know that many of their victims freeze up when they get in a stressful situation which make them “easy pickins” so they verbally abuse you and push you around.
In an effort to simulate this response in a safe environment I put attendees in a situation where the rest of the class was screaming at them, pushing them, cursing at them, calling them foul names and whacking them with foam bats. They had to stay calm and find their way to safety while blindfolded.
They had a chance to opt out of this training, but I highly suggested they go throught it and thankfully no one opted out. You really learn a lot about yourself and how you react under stress and this kind of training just might keep you from freezing up and save your life.
In the above "Woofing" section I mentioned "cursing". What I mean is during that part of the training and possibly at other times during the weekend, you will be exposed to extremely foul language that would get you fired from your job, kicked off of TV, and protesters would probably march on your house if you actually used this kind of language in your everyday life.
If you are not able to handle this or you would like to lecture me on how this language is not necessary for the training, please DON'T SIGN UP. You are not living the real world.
And I have to tell you. ....You will be more susceptible to attack because when the bad guys start calling you names and your indignance takes over your thought process (just as the bad guys hoped it would), your mind won't have time to think of how to defeat them. . . . They'll probably tear you limb from limb.
During the days I alternated between physical “mayhem” training and classroom “what to do” type training. The physical training included practice sessions so the attendees could try out the techniques against real people and punching bags.
Much of classroom mental training won’t need much or any practice, but it will be important that you implement the ideas into your daily life when you get home.
The mindset part is critical and was addressed early the first day. You’ll learn how to better understand how you must feel about the attacker to be able to do “unthinkable” things to him or her. We’ll also discuss and hopefully ingrain in you the reason you are taking this training and who besides you will suffer . . . possibly for the rest of their lives . . . if you decide you can’t harm another person.
You cannot learn how to escape and fight if you refuse to be touched. The attendees were told to be ready to be touched. They had to be ready to have men and women grabbing their head, pulling their hair, and lying on top of them (I’m showed them how to get someone off of you fast) etc., etc., etc.,.. Don’t get me wrong. . . .
The attendees were not abused, intentionally harmed, embarrassed or groped in any way, . . . but it’s ridiculous to think you can learn this stuff without any physical contact.
The Legal Crap
This was a unique and totally life-changing live event that had weapons and brutal techniques being taught and practiced. By buying these videos, you are agreeing to hold me and other entities involved in your purchase harmless should you use or misuse this material. By purchasing you are agreeing:
Recently I spent 3 hours in the ER for kidney stone pain and 2.5 of that was sleeping off the sedatives they gave me. . . . . The bill was $6936.80
A couple months later the operation for the kidney stone that didn’t even work took only one hour. . . . . The bill was $28,426.41
Can you imagine what an extended stay would cost if you get hurt during a violent encounter that could have been avoided in the first place? Can you imagine the psychological trauma you and your family would endure? I’d rather you knew what to do so the other guy ended up handcuffed and in the hospital?
If he’s a scumbag, he probably doesn’t have health insurance anyway, or his insurance company refused to pay because he was committing a crime. My tax dollar will have to pay his hospital bill anyway, but that’s a heck of a lot better than me calling for the nurse with tubes sticking in me all over the place.
Regular price is $697.00. I’m purchase by midnight eastern time tonight and save a whopping $200.00. You'll only pay $497.00 for this course you can't get anywhere else.
Just to put this in perspective, I called up a local no-name Jiu Jitsu guy and ask him how much his private lessons were…..$100.00 bucks an hour and his training was only for sport. YIKES! . . . AND he'd never even been in a real life and death fight.
With me, you’re going to get 16 hours of real world survival and weapons training you’ll carry with you the rest of your life (which I hope is a long one).
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There will be so much lifesaving information jammed in this seminar I can’t fit it all in this letter. Here are some more things you’ll learn:
As a guest instructor I’ve invited my good friend and prolific real world martial artist and self-defense expert Alain Burrese. Alain is a 5th Dan Blackbelt in the Korean art of Hapkido, former Army Sniper, attorney, and security expert involved in hundreds of stadium and concert ejections of unruly patrons.
Alain is an instructor of Active Shooter Response Classes and among all the great tips he’ll be adding to the seminar he’ll be teaching you how to dramatically increase your chances of survival in an Active Shooter scenario.
Alain is also a prolific writer and self-defense information product creator. He writes regularly for "Black Belt Magazine", "Karate/Kung Fu Illustrated", and "American Survival Guide". He is the author of 7 books, 11 DVDs and hundreds of articles on keeping yourself safe.
I have to say that I’ve learned a ton from training personally with Alain and from his DVDs and books. And here’s a confession. His novel "Lost Conscience" is the first fiction book I’ve read in 30 years and it's so good I pretty much stayed up all night to finish it.
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Look, in a violent encounter if you make one wrong move, it’s lights out for you and then who knows what will happen to you and your family.
There are never any guarantees when the proverbial shit hits the fan, but with proper real world training you can increase your chances of survival ten-fold. I’m going to give you that training.
Partners & Family Members
These videos are geared to adult participants. It’s a little too harsh for young people to experience until they mature.
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