Build Up Inner Strength to Walk Away with a Sense of Confidence
Parking lots of shopping centers can be a haven for thieves and robbers. What is your awareness level when walking to and from your vehicle? What would you do if attacked when placing groceries or your child into the vehicle?
☑️ YES, I want to sign up for the Women’s Self Defense In & Around Your Vehicle Workshop.
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What You Will Learn:
- Situational Awareness “Spotting Hidden Dangers”
- How to Defend against threats encountered in parking lots
- How to Escape from dangerous encounters when in and around your vehicle
- Empty Hand Combatives in confined areas
Creating realism and adrenal response, self defense techniques will be practiced using full-contact against heavily padded attackers (trained role players) in a simulation training environment. This type of learning helps to create “automatic” reactions.
- athletic clothing
- athletic gym shoes (no hard sole shoes)
- optional: mouthguard
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Meet The Instructor
John Riddle is a Retired Sergeant who served with the West Palm Beach Police Department. During his 28 years of service he has worked as a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer and Road Patrol Supervisor. John is certified in the State of Florida to teach Defensive Tactics and Firearms to Law Enforcement officers.
In 1989, John tried out and was selected to become a member of the SWAT Team for the West Palm Beach Police Department where he served for 16 years. He instructed the SWAT Team’s defensive tactics program, firearms and tactical entry. He worked for 13 years on the Entry Team and 3 years as a Sniper Team Leader. In 1996, John was selected as a member of the CAT Team; a street level narcotics unit that performed drug buys, wrote search warrants, conducted prostitution stings and worked tactical patrol duties in high risk areas.
John’s teaching career began in the mid 1980’s when he was assigned as a Combat Arms Training Instructor (CATM) in the United States Air Force Marksmanship Unit. During his Air Force career John taught firearm skills to Air Force Security Police, Air Force Base Law Enforcement Personnel, Para Rescue units and Combat Controllers. Click here to view John’s full bio and certifications