Practical Self-Defense & Fitness for Women Class in Pasadena

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Getting fit and healthy is and should be a priority in your life.  Maintaining and protecting your health and your life should also be a priority.  You never know when someone might want to take that from you.  In the early 90’s the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) began to show the world what martial arts techniques were most effective in hand to hand combat.  These days the sport is referred to as MMA (Mixed Martial Arts).  Knowing the basics of MMA, punching, kicking, knees, elbows and grappling can go a long way in helping you stay safe in a physical assault. 
Many years ago I started doing Practical Self-Defense & Fitness for Women seminars.  I saw a big need for them.  I reserved them mainly for private groups, but at the end of the seminars, a common request was for me to them as a weekly class.  

I’ve had a lot of fun doing the seminars.  They’ve been well received and I’ve gotten a lot of compliments on them.  So, I will finally do Coach Rollie Practical Self-Defense & Fitness for Women as a weekly class.  I see the need…unfortunately.   According to Pasadena Police statistics in 2017 there were 7 murders, 43 rapes, 201 robberies, 164 ADW’s (assault with a deadly weapon) and 344 assaults.  

My class is designed to show you practical methods, techniques and tactics to defend yourself.  We’ll also be working on the fitness aspect of self-defense. Strength, power and overall fitness is highly important in being able to defend yourself.  Knowing a technique is not enough, you must be able to apply it with power and force!  And, you might need stamina and strength endurance if an assault lasts more than a few seconds.  

My class size will be limited.  Just like my FX Boot Camp class, I like to keep the class size small for best instructional benefit. This class will be fun, informative, practical and extremely useful. 

Sign up ASAP! You can sign up and pay for the class below.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.  

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