Help me figure out if Guided Chaos is a legit defense.
OK, so I need to learn self defense quickly (roughly less than half a year before I take on a job working in a dangerous area where I have been warned that I must be able to defend myself).
I have taken random classes in BJJ, boxing, Muay Thai and Krav Maga, in pursuit of what I think would be the most practical and effective discipline. Someone recommended to me something called Guided Chaos, which claims to teach practical and effective self defense. I figured, that's perfect because that's exactly what I want (I kinda like the BJJ, but the classes in NYC are quite expensive, and on top of that I'd have to buy a few gis- or do laundry after every class, I guess. And boxing/muay thai don't teach ground control or even avoidance, like BJJ would, via controlling an enemy without harming them- or simply putting them to sleep. And Krav didn't feel like it trained in avileness enough, more like just repeating technique over n over- couldve been the class though).
I was hoping to get your opinion on if you think this sort of thing has merit, and if it would be my best approach (I am a bit apprehensive because some of the stuff they claim to teach involves things like a groin kick, which I always feel is an overrated move, especially since people nowadays wear their pants so baggy i imagine itd be hard to even hit their testicles).
Anyway, can you guys take a look and give me an opinion?: