WITs (Whatever It Takes): The Ultimate Basic Self Defense Moves

You didn't need to read any books to learn how to sit, stand, walk, clap your hands, grab objects or climb up some stairs? You can learn to transfer these basic physical skills into effective self defense moves today, regardless of your current fitness level. Simple, safe, and fun. Learn to create pain fast using motor movements and skills that you developed before two years of age!

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Bill Valentine, wrestled in college, studied Judo and Jiu Jitsu in the Phillippines while in the service,and trained in Korean style karate, reaching the level of 5th degree black belt. While attending graduate school in the mid-70’s, Bill taught karate part time. Realizing the difficulty in teaching karate as a form of self-defense, he began to apply practical skills that were easy to learn when confronted with physical encounters. Bill and his sister Becky , a physical educator, felt that a self defense class was needed that was easy to learn and teach. They decided to combine their experiences to craft a program that would be both practical and effective. Bill and Becky co-authored “Self Defense For Life,” and designed school programs for 7th and 10th graders that followed the State Framework. The "WITS", (Whatever It Takes) Women's Self Defense Workbook, evolved from the self defense programs that Bill and Becky have developed over the last 26 years together.


The Ultimate Knee Kick Self Defense Move
The Ultimate Knee Kick: Knee Kick Training as a Basic Self Defense Move will help you develop the most powerful self defense weapon in the human arsenal. This leg kicking technique requires the least amount of energy to get maximum striking impact. THE LAST TWO MINUTES IS WORTH THE WAIT.http://www.womens-self-defense-instruction-online.com/the-best-basic-self-defense-moves.html

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