Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Why does Personal Sercurity Academy train their students for a active heart rate of 175 beats per minute?

Teaching deadly force is an art based on real-world experience and a working knowledge of the law. An Instructor just can't stand up in a classroom and regurgitate the proposal during a 2-hour block of instruction with expectation, a student with no previous decision-making experience can make the right choices.  We train our students to accept the fact they are going to making life-changing decisions under great duress. We teach our students to understand fear is a natural reaction. The real task is to channel fear into a potential threat. At Personal Security Academy, we give our student such a method to work thru the fear and preserve life. A technique our GIs were taught during WW 2 which worked to help defeat arguably the most imposing conventional enemy the United States ever faced: Germany and Japan.
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Saturday, February 13, 2016

Is this coming to a neighborhood near you? This is worth a read.

My next Concealed Carry Class is 02/20/15. If you don't want to carry concealed, I offer free self-defense seminars for groups by request.
http://peterbrusso.ninja/defenders/index.php/2016/02/10/and-then-the-terrorists-came/

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Next concealed carry class 02/20/16 Sunny and 65!

Our next Concealed carry class is on 02/20/16 @ 8 a.m. The weather predication for February 20th is Sunny with a high of 65 degrees. The 20th of February will be a great day for range operations. For more information please email us from our website www.psanc,com . and a complete information package will be email to you. www.psanc.com

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Why should you learn point shooting? (part1)


Physical reactions under Stress
115 BPM loss of fine motor skills & ability to use small muscle groups

145 BPM loss of complex motor skills & ability to use multiple muscle groups.

145 to 175 BPM Gross motor skills enhanced but only for a short period of time.

175 BPM auditory exclusion, loss of near vision, onset of tunnel vision, loss of reasoning
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Sunday, January 31, 2016

The four rules of a violent attack by Master Peter Brusso (conclusion)


In conclusion, by using some form of distraction and confusion, allowing you to close the distance to a vital target is crucial in surviving a violent attack.  Mentally, what it does is it gives you something to think about rather than being frightened.  It also puts you in a great position to defend yourself if the need arises. Of course, if you have a Defender Self Defense Weapon you are in a much better position to defend yourself...
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Saturday, January 30, 2016

The four rules of a violent attack by Master Peter Brusso (part 5)


For example you could hold your hands up and talk to the attacker about your fingers or something as you close the distance, confusing the attacker while all the time your fingers are getting closer to their eyes so you can attack their eyes.  You might move closer so that when you do intend to defend yourself, your hands, feet, and head are just mere inches from their target.  A surprise attack from this close position has a very large chance of success when compared to being to some fighting stance and trying to go toe-to-toe with the attacker.  By distracting your attacker with your conversation and painting the picture you want them to see, allows you a strategic opportunity to get close to the targets you need to attack to get out of the situation.
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Friday, January 29, 2016

The four rules of a violent attack (part 4) by Master Peter Brusso

Rule number four; is the violent attack.  Now many martial artists or even self defense instructors would tell you to get into a fighting stance to defend yourself.  I on the other hand am going to suggest something to off balance your opponent altogether.  Few people can actually get into a fighting stance and go toe-to-toe with an attacker.  The result is you're still going to get beat up, mugged, or raped or possibly even worse killed.  This is all done of course after you got into your fighting stance and they beat the holy be Jesus out of you to get what they want. Rather I suggest we stay in rule number three: that is conversation.  Utilize a conversation to close the distance between you and your attacker, such that you can move your hands closer to a vital target

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