Heh, that's easy. Just take a pair of those tacticool polarized sunglasses and micro-etch a picture of a distant, bikini-clad Sarah Palin on the interior of the lenses.
Originally Posted by Wounded Ronin
I look forward to DerAuslander108's reply - perhaps I'll learn something.
In response to CrackFox, I think the target audience would be soldiers. Specifically ones who are either airborne & scuba qualified or intend to be. The workouts & standards contained in the book are about achieving levels of proficiency in those areas as well as several others.
Think of it as a work out club where you get points in each area but no "15 minutes of fame" from anyone. It is like the Dog Brothers MA saying "higher conciousness through harder contact" only it involves so much more than just martial arts. There is a Physical, a seperate Mental and even a quantifiable Spritual component involved.
If that sounds interesting, the book might be for you. If not, then pass on it.
Merry Christmas or other holiday that you may or may not celebrate LOL.
I believe that soldiers who are - or wish to be - airborne or scuba qualified already receive training from the army/navy/whatever. They would probably be too busy doing that to have time to do your workouts.
Originally Posted by JGD77721