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OK here is my first attempt at a video highlighting everyday dangers some people just do not see. I am never going to be a Spielberg that is obvious and the quality is not the best. It is hot hand held, on the move with the only script being in my head. It is a walk through a much used short cut, it is perfect predator teritory. Take a look.

This is where the predators like you to go.

Training hard in the woods.

The following three visits are courtesy of Leeds University where my friend Al Cain is head of security.



Then there is a grainy old classics from Captain W.E. Fairbairn and Rex Applegate, the founding fathers of modern combatives.


All style Martial Arts Spring Seminar 2011, see if you spot anyone you know