ADAPTIVE STREET AND GROUND FIGHTING SELF DEFENSE AND INTERNAL MARTIAL ARTS

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HOW TO GET AS GOOD AS YOU CAN AS FAST AS YOU CAN
You can do some deep study of an esoteric martial art for 40 years--and still get your ass handed to you in a sudden street attack. So what's the point?

Every little thing you learn along the way should be useful right now--and not after some breakthrough in the far future--so that your development is a rapid and steady growth towards high level self defense competency.

With Guided Chaos, we don't waste any time and make sure you start learning skills that can be put to use the minute you walk out of your first class or Seminar or watch your first DVD.

How do we do this?

Guided Chaos starts with ferociously powerful, simplified hitting methods (GC Combatives) that tap into your body's instinctive fear reactions so that anyone can begin learning to strike effectively quickly--and with greater balance (which is vital if you don't want to wind up tripping or getting thrown to the ground). We give you unique, easy drills that build your speed, power and balance and that don't require 20 years to master. Stuff that was taught to U.S. soldiers in WWII to defeat Japanese soldiers skilled in karate and judo but improved upon with Guided Chaos principles. Stuff you would want to know fast to defend your wife, husband or children without any gimmicks or fancy stylization. Ruthless and simple.

But Guided Chaos is sneaky. Because while you're learning simple, ruthless methods you are also simultaneously building advanced attributes of pliability, body unity, sensitivity and especially adaptability that you probably won't get in a lifetime of internal arts training (tai chi, bagua, hsing i), training that is constantly and consistently increasing the lethality of the "simple stuff".

Why is adaptability so important? Because all real violence is a chaotic, ugly mess and you never know what you'll have to do, when you have to do it. I was once asked: "So what do you guys do in Guided Chaos? Pull sh#t out of your ass?"  Exactly. Because when the sh#t hits the fan, you need to be able to literally make stuff up--and not regurgitate some stylized technique that would be as inappropriate to the moment as bringing electrician's tools to a plumbing job.

The end result is that you see faster, continuous growth in your ability to fight for your life than with virtually any other method of training.

The BEST PLACE to find this out is at an upcoming GUIDED CHAOS SEMINAR. And, if you order early, you can save as much as $50 and more if you are an LEO or military member (active or retired).