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Fighting the Pain-Resistant Attacker

Fighting the Pain-Resistant Attacker: Step-by-Step Survival Techniques

by Loren W. Christensen

There is a truth in the world of hand-to-hand combat that too many martial artists aren’t aware of or refuse to believe. Every time you discover a sure technique, one that makes all your training partners groan and writhe in agony, there exists out there in the mean streets a host of people who won’t feel it.

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Paperback: 208 pages
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ISBN: 9781594394942

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There is a truth in the world of hand-to-hand combat that too many martial artists aren’t aware of or refuse to believe. Every time you discover a sure technique, one that makes all your training partners groan and writhe in agony, there exists out there in the mean streets a host of people who won’t feel it. People like these:

  • Attackers with large muscle bulk or large fat bulk
  • Attackers intoxicated on alcohol
  • Attackers under the influence of drugs
  • Attackers out of control with rage
  • Attackers who are mentally deranged
  • Attackers who feel pain but like it

Loren W. Christensen draws on decades of martial arts training and law enforcement experience, giving you techniques to survive the worst-case scenario.
This book isn’t about working out with a training partner. It’s about surviving a desperate street attack against a nightmare adversary who doesn’t acknowledge what you thought was your best shot.

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About the Author

Loren W. Christensen

Loren W. Christensen began his law enforcement career in 1967. He started as a 21-year-old military policeman in the U.S. Army, serving stateside and as a patrolman in Saigon, Vietnam, during the war. At 26, he joined the Portland, Oregon Police Bureau working various jobs to include street patrol, gang enforcement, intelligence, bodyguarding, and academy trainer, retiring after 25 years. In 1997, Loren began a full-time career as a writer, now with nearly 60 books in print with seven publishers … More »