How To Survive The Most Critical 5 Seconds Of Your Life by Tim Larkin and Chris Ranck-Buhr

How To Survive The Most Critical 5 Seconds Of Your Life by Tim Larkin and Chris Ranck-Buhr

Wow this is the REAL DEAL!  This might be the single most important work done on surviving violence. Tim & Chris have spent over 20 years training Navy Seals, military, and law enforcement agencies their tactics for surviving violence. Tim was banned from teaching their system in England.

This work dives into the important difference between anti-social posturing /violence and asocial violence. In asocial violence someone is crippled, maimed, and or killed and someone is not. Their system prepares you to be the one that does not die. It’s a system that can be learned quickly and neutralize the effects of size, strength, gender, or having years of fighting mastery.  They dive into a necessary and tough examination of the psychological variables and what it takes to survive real violence. Intent is everything. They pair this intent with the skills to injure and take apart the human body using their expertise in human anatomy.  This focus on injury works regardless of how large or strong the attacker is. They also exposes why many fighting systems and martial arts don’t prepare you for asocial violence.

If you are going to dive into this topic, or continue your journey you are already on, this is the source.  It’s unlike anything else out there. If this system is for you, they also offer much in way of training DVD’s and live training through their Target Focus Training Company. You can find more information at .  So Hit The Books, They Don’t Hit Back!

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