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I'm a 21 year old man. I have decided to take some self defense training because I've seen many situations in which I wished I was a tough guy. But here are my weaknesses, I'm a physically weak person and have a lean frame. Moreover, though I have a tall height, about 6 feet, I also have a timid disposition. I'd like to train at home as I'm too shy to train in a gym or at a dojo. But my wish is to become physically tough and skilled enough to easily dispatch 3-4 full grown *assholes*. Sorry i got a little rude but once, some drunk guys were about to beat me and I still feel pissed at them.


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Martial arts benefits some people's ability at self-defense but not the majority. You have taken the fist step in that you have identified your problem "'d like to train at home as I'm too shy to train in a gym or at a dojo"

Actual self defense in the real world is mostly mental period. Techniques are of littlr no value if you do noit have your mind right. Once you do and believe me you can as I have been effceting this transion in people like yourself for 27 years now, and in only w a weekend.While I created the industry others are following my methos not armored assailant, scenario based, adrenal stress conditioning. My organization is RMCAT.COM you might read the material there. But now others are doing something similar to RMCAT. So if you can find a FAST,IMPACT or MOdel MUgging program that will help you dramatically.
Techniquea and martila arts are not the real answer. I can say that being in the Black Belt Hall of Fame and having been in combat and a bouncer. You must step up and face your fear and when you do you will be astounded at what you are capable of and not just in self-dfense but your entire life including personal relationships.

Do not go through the rest of your life carrying this burden, do something about it through RMCAT  (hell I will discount your fee as you really need this change)or the organizations I have listed

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Peyton Quinn


I can answer questions on actual self-defense for today’s world and contrast the very critical difference between ‘martial arts training’ and actual comprehensive self-defense training. In particular, I have 24 years of experience training people to deal effectively and employ productively the adrenal stress reaction, which is the only thing one can really count on in a true self-defense emergency. I also worked as ‘bouncer” and “cooler” in the seventies and my knowledge is not theoretical but experiential. While my primary experience is in “hand to hand” fighting and training people in this skill, In addition I was employed by a major industry player to conduct terminal ballistic tests on all handgun calibers of all manufacturers and their bullet designs to determine their effectiveness in ‘stopping power”. I have no axes to grind in this field and I just call it as I see it from actual experience and over eight hundred shooting cases I researched in conjunction with my contract to evaluate terminal ballistics (stopping power of handgun loads and calibers)


Black Belt Magazine called my RMCAT program “The best short term self-defense program existent”. This was unprecedented in their 40 years of publishing their magazine and this followed their year long study of “reality based self-defense programs”. My program is based on adrenal stress conditioning thorough scenario based training and fight scenarios using specially armored assailants that allows absolute full contact to head and groin areas. I have been instructing this training with my staff for 22 years at present. I am a member of the Black Belt Hall of Fame and was named “Self-Defense Instructor of the Year in 2008 by Black Belt Magazine. I have advanced rank in Wado Ryu Karate, Judo, Aikido and Wing Chung Gung Fu. I also have experience in other martial arts, but I recognize that martial arts training is not true and comprehensive self-defense training for today’s world. I have instructed firearms training for self-defense for over 20 years and I once ran a liquor store where I was forced to employ firearms for my own survival. I have degrees in mathematics, Psychology and Education from my studies at The university of Colorado and the University of Texas. I have very strong knowledge of terminal ballistics of handguns from my employment in this field to determine the stopping power of handgun loads from both ballistic gelatin tests and actual case studies of shootings. I continue to instruct firearms for self-defense through scenario based training as I have for many years now.

I have written serval books, the most relevant on the topic of self-defense and martial art being “ A Bouncer’s Guide to Barroom Brawling’ many feel this book changed the Martial Arts industry, and Real Fighting : Adrenal Stress Conditioning Through Scenario Based Training. This last book was named one of the best books ever written on self-defense by Black Belt Magazine along with Mushashi’s “Book of Five Rings” and Bruce Lee’s Tao of Jeet Kung Do”. My articles have appeared in Black Belt Magazine, Inside Knug Fu, and The National Association of Professional Martial Artist (NAPMA) where I have a monthly column called “Reality Check”. I have other publications dealing with the effect od the adrenal reaction on learning and memory among these “Freedom From Fear: Taking back control of Your life and Dissolving Depression”. I also have written on the relationship between the adrenal complex and the biochemistry of PTSD.

Bachelor of Science: Psychology Bachelor of Arts: Mathematics Certified Secondary School Education: Mathematics Black Belts in Karate, Judo Fukishidoan rank (Shodan level Black Belt) in Aikido Graduate of Lethal Force Institute

Awards and Honors
Black Belt Hall of Fame Member Self-Defense Instructor of the Year 2008 My book “Real Fighting: Adrenal Stress Conditioning Through Scenario Based Training “ was named one of the five best books ever written on self-defense and martial arts by Black Belt Magazine. In 1973 my software program’ Software development of the Sheldon Domain” a pattern recognition algorithm was awarded 2nd place by the IEEE society

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IBM,Philco Ford, Wells Fargo and several security related firms.

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