The following story is about an in home self defense that also is applicable in an office environment. There are many forms of in home self defense available on DVD by a variety of experts. Frank Cucci is a proven authority on in home self defense.
Unlike most people, Bridget hated quitting time. She wasn’t a workaholic or anything, but ever since her company moved its office to save on expenses, she dreaded the thought of the four block walk to the parking garage.
Winter made things worse. On top of feeling cold, Bridget couldn’t stand to walk down the street in the dark. In the middle of December, four in the afternoon may as well have been four in the morning. More and more it became obvious to her that having knowledge of unarmed combat and in home self defense would provide greater peace of mind that she could effectively defend herself if attacked.
Adding insult to injury, her office manager had banned anything that could be perceived as a weapon from the workplace. Bridget couldn’t bring her pepper spray to work, nor could she invest in a stun gun. Showing up at the office with anything she could use to defend herself would get her fired. She needed some form of in home self defense to protect herself. Unarmed combat techniques is what she needed to learn.
When the New York rolled around, Bridget vowed to get control of things. She liked her job – and her paycheck -way too much to just give it up. She thought about taking a martial arts course, but that would eat up more time out of her day.
Surfing the web for ideas, she stumbled across one name again and again. Frank Cucci.
Wondering why so many people were talking about Frank’s revolutionary self-defense system, she discovered that he picked up some amazing techniques after spending over a decade as a Navy Seal. Behind enemy lines, you can’t afford to use something that doesn’t work – the first time.
Watching Frank’s video, she studied how he blended moves from different disciplines. Nobody else would even think to mix up Bruce Lee’s fighting moves with straight up roadhouse brawling. It’s what works, Bridget realized, and she didn’t have to be a star martial artist to make it work for her.
A few weeks later, Bridget’s co-workers complained about stuff missing from their desks. She didn’t think too much about it until she took the stairwell to the lunchroom -and stumbled into an office thief!
All this time, she had worried about that awful walk to the garage, when the real threat was right in her own building!
Bridget didn’t waste any time, since Frank’s visceral learning style put all those key moves into “muscle memory.” Before he could reach for a weapon, that thief found himself totally subdued – by a five foot two inch tall office worker!
And for the first time in months, Bridget walked to her car feeling totally confident in her surroundings.
Crime Is Real, Don’t Be a Victim!