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The statistics are spine-chilling: One of every four women will be sexually assaulted in her lifetime, and one in eight will be raped. WithKnack Self-Defense for Women, the female gender finally has a comprehensive, picture-driven guide to personal security that covers all the essential everyday strategies to maximize personal safety. Full-color photographs accompany step-by-step, detailed instructions on each move. AuthorChris Wright-Martell,who has been practicing and teaching judo and karate for many years, heads the Modern Self-Defense Center in Middletown, Connecticut, which specializes in contemporary self-defense training.
Chris Wright-Martell began his martial arts career at age six, when he took up judo. At eight, he started in with karate, and by 11, he was a junior instructor in both areas. By the time he entered college at UMass-Amherst, he'd studied over 20 different types of martial arts. After a brief stint as a dance instructor, Chris found his way back to his martial arts roots. In 2002, he founded the Modern Self-Defense Center, which specializes in contemporary self-defense training. Visit him at www.modernselfdefense.com
Chris, and his self-defense techniques, has been featured several times on ABC news.