For the low low price of only a few hundred dollars, too. :angry7:
EZ Defense for Women Program
Created by NAPMA's EZ Defense developer, Bill Kipp, EZ Defense for Women is an innovative, scenario-based curriculum that teaches students how to turn fear into power.
Your students will learn how to assess danger, become assertive, set clear boundaries and prevent physical attacks. Even more, this unique program teaches students how to get control over the adrenal rush that occurs when confronted by an attacker. This is absolutely critical knowledge for all students to learn and we hope you're teaching it!
Use this valuable material to supplement your current self-defense classes, incorporate it into your school's curriculum or use it as a seminar-based alternate profit center.
I can't believe they're serious.
If your school offers fitness classes, your students will love shaking their hips to this fun, cardiovascular workout that blends popular Latin dance moves with techniques adapted from various martial arts disciplines.
Taught by Waleska Lorenzo, this exciting and challenging class will attract new students to your school and keep your current students coming back for more!
I always thought the bullies who were the real threats would physically assault you even if you were acting assertively.
NAPMA's innovative new EZ Defense for Children program uses playful scenarios to teach children how to effectively deal with threatening situations that range from schoolyard bullying to stranger abduction.
Taught by NAPMA's EZ Defense developer, Bill Kipp, EZ Defense for Children gives you a powerful and necessary program that has been proven effective in teaching children how to effectively protect themselves.
This program delivers a wide range of essential, age-appropriate self-defense strategies that you can teach to kids, including:
• Verbal boundary skills to help stop a potential abduction
• What bullies look for and common mistakes kids make
• How to act assertively and stop a bully in his/her tracks
• Strategies for helping friends who are being bullied
• What kids should do when they're lost
• Safety tips for staying home alone
• Family passwords and child lures to watch out for