Protect You: The Street Smart Way

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AuthorHouse, Jun 17, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 148 pages
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Here is one of the most insightful books on modern day self defence and street awareness. Written for civilians from all walks of life, this book analyses the cause and effect of drugs on our communities and  dissects the processes of the criminal mind to give everyone a working knowledge of how to succeed in any confrontational situation.

This book  will not only give you lifelong street awareness strategies, it will blow away any patterns of negative behaviour and increase your neglected dynamic potential.

This book can transform your life if you follow every step outlined by the author. It will open your eyes to a renewed self confidence, improved health and  a more mature outlook to modern day street survival.

This book will give you the power to unlock the tremendous success potential we are all born with, giving you fresh hope for yourself and the communities in which we live.

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About the author (2004)

Sylvan Clarke is a man who tells from experience a side of life you rarely see. He draws from his work as a defensive tactics consultant/trainer, Security Consultant, Self defence/Martial arts instructor.

Sylvan is the Senior Executive Operations Manager for the Inter Fong Tien Martial Arts & Sports Academy.

He holds qualifications in numerous martial arts, listed below are just a few;

4th Dan Fong Tien Martial Arts

4th Dan World Kickboxing Association

2nd Brithai

12th Khan Qualified Thai boxing Instructor

Sylvan came about the idea for this book after listening to his students concerns about the literature available on self defence and he thought it necessary to have a book out in the market that appeals to people who maybe can’t make it to the gym and workout every day.

Sylvan wanted to reach people with disabilities, parents of young children and educational establishments to give them an insight into what is meant by ‘Protect You’.

Sylvan identified that some women in sheltered housing accommodations are so badly damaged both mentally and physically that they can’t or won’t be interested in training at a gym but would hopefully feel some warmth and safety in the words of his book which is designed to ‘Protect You’.

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