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I've been into self defense and survival my whole life but once I joined the Warrior Life Academy, I learned how much there was that I didn't know. The structure and organization of the material makes it easy to quickly gain knowledge on many subjects related to self defense, survival, and various weapons. Jeff Anderson has a ton of knowledge based on personal experience, and for everything else he brings in experts so you can be assured you're getting the best information out there.
There are over a hundred audio and e-books in the Product Vault, along with over twenty courses.
I love the Fast Classes; they are short and sweet with a lot of material packed into a half hour.
The monthly Warrior Workshops focus on a certain topic then encourage students to take action and train as discussed, in hopes of winning a cool prize from that month's Mini Mission. I just won a SIRT laser training pistol!
There is also opportunity to talk directly with Jeff during One-on-One Coaching.
I would recommend the Warrior Life Academy to anyone who is a family protector, such as myself. Also to anyone into prepping, shooting, or home/self defense.
I started Okinawan Sanchin Ryu karate when I was 7. It is a very practical self defense system and is 90% of what I use for hand-to-hand. I earned my black belt when I was 16 and after a while, I took Shotokan classes for around 6 months, which I found to be a great addition to my tool bag. I learned the high kicks that Sanchin Ryu didn't use and it was much more intense and aggressive. When I went to college, the only martial art nearby was Taekwondo, which I tried for a bit but didn't care for that much. Then I turned 21, got into pistol shooting, took several defensive pistol and tactical carbine classes as well as joining an IDPA league and I took a position as range safety officer at my college shooting range for 2-1/2 years. I was even the President of the Bullseye Pistol Club for the last 2 years (and Vice President of the Practical Pistol Club for the last year). I kind of fell dormant for a while after college but now I'm pushing 40 and have 2 little boys and a tiny wife that I'm responsible for protecting, so I was very excited when I found Warrior Life and and got back into what has been a (interrupted) life-long journey, now getting expert training on knife throwing, combat machete, and of course firearms, to name a few things. To sum it up, I carry an automatic-opening combat folder and tactical pen as part of my EDC but have my martial arts training as a go-to and rely on my guns only for home defense, as carrying aggravates an old back injury.
Am I correct in assuming an EMP would be fatal to a person with a pacemaker or defibrillator installed on their heart?