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Mental & Physical Conditioning for Violent Encounters DVD with John Garman

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In the ugly reality of a street fight with a determined attacker, you'll need to get vicious as quickly as possible to keep yourself alive. The last thing you want is to run out of gas in the first few seconds against a thug on meth. John Garman, the Crucible's fitness expert, distills years of

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With John Garman, introduction by Kelly McCann
 
In the ugly reality of a street fight with a determined attacker, you'll need to get vicious as quickly as possible to keep yourself alive. The last thing you want is to run out of gas in the first few seconds against a thug on meth. John Garman, the Crucible's fitness expert, distills years of research and personal experience of real-world violence into a video designed to teach you how to develop long-term cardiovascular endurance, fast-twitch muscle fiber, and the kind of cold-shot power that will put an attacker on the ground, hard. This isn't a spinning class or a run on the treadmill with the TV on, but a combat-focused conditioning program that combines calisthenics, weight training, plyometrics, and more into a system that will make you fit and ready for any encounter on the street. Includes a special bonus disc with four brutal, hard-core workouts that are not for the faint of heart. 

John Garman has worked in Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan with operational forces and special mission units.
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SKU BV-13709
Release Date Oct 20, 2009
Other Info No
Format DVD-R NTSC
Languages English
Length 105 min.

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