I took a couple of hours on Friday afternoon to watch a matinee showing of the new Stallone, Bruce Willis, Jet Li, and Jason Statham movie, “The Expendables.”
It was an entertaining action flick. The good guys guns never jammed, they aimed perfectly on full auto, and seemed to have 200 round mags. I wish all the actors would support individual liberty, but you can’t have everything.
There’s one scene where Statham’s character went to a basketball court to “teach a guy a lesson.” The guy’s 7 or so friends decided that they’d help their buddy, so Statham’s character ended up fighting them all.
Most of the fight was typical Hollywood…extremely excessive force for a social situation, strikes that always connected perfectly, and fists that seemed to be unbreakable, regardless of what he hit with them.
But there was a snippet right out of the Target Focus Training playbook. Statham did a vagus nerve strike to the side of one guy’s neck and then followed up by grabbing his head and using it to throw him to the ground. A couple of seconds later, he injures another opponent and uses an ankle strike to break his ankle and immobilize him.
These strikes cause the kinds of injuries that make people squirm and look away during sporting events…even mixed martial arts fights. They’re not “fair,” “nice,” or “gentlemanly.”
But if your life is on the line, then there’s no substitute for knowing how to take out violent attackers as quickly and efficiently as possible.
What that means is using strikes against targets on the human body that are as unfair and devastating as possible.
Strikes that don’t depend on hundreds of hours of practice and that will work on bigger, faster, and stronger opponents.
You see, there are targets on the human body that a petite lady or a retiree can use on 300 pound meth heads to take them out in seconds.
Here are three examples: No matter how much you work out, you can’t make your eyeball more resistant to scratches or pokes. No matter how big your biceps are, your eardrum will still rupture if someone claps their hand over it correctly. And no matter how many squats you do, your knee still won’t bend backwards like a flamingo when kicked.
When your life is on the line, you don’t want to screw around with punching combinations that your attacker might absorb or that might break bones in your hand. You want to take your entire bodyweight and force it through one of these small, vulnerable targets on your attacker(s) as many times as necessary until you no longer have reason to fear for your life. And Target Focus Training teaches how to do it as efficiently as possible.
This stuff is VITAL to know in a survival situation…especially if you’re in an urban environment facing multiple attackers or attackers who are willing to fight dirty.
It should go without saying that this is the exact training that could save your life during a hijacking, kidnapping, hostage situation, or if you ever find yourself disarmed in a refugee camp after a disaster.
That’s why Tim put together this Target Focus Training “Lethal Force” package.
About half of the package was a training that was exclusively for federal agents. It’s called, “Justified Lethal Force,” and it was designed for situations when the federal agents faced lethal threats, non-lethal tools didn’t work, and they’d be justified in shooting their attackers if they could only get to their firearms.
The other half could be called a PhD level training in how to stop drugged out attackers who feel no pain. It’s called “Lethal Leverage” and it doesn’t matter if it’s because of an attacker’s mental state or simply the quantity of illegal drugs they have in their system, “Lethal Leverage” will show you how to turn them into a non-threat in seconds.
So, if you haven’t yet, go over and take a look at the special package and discount pricing that Tim’s put together for my readers.
You can see it at http://surviveinplace.com/targetfocustraining