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Instant Self-Defense Tactics for Women
Sexual assault...carjacking...date rape...domestic abuse...the headlines are horrifying, and there's no denying that women are at risk in our society. Violent crime can strike anybody, anywhere, at any time. A submissive reaction to these types of violent acts may not help you. How can you avoid becoming another ugly statistic? Fight Back!
Escape With Your Life is a new CD-ROM program for IBM multimedia users. Learn from John DeBlasio and Robert MacEwen, two of the best martial arts instructors in the business. The techniques they teach are easy and natural to learn. You don't have to be particularly strong or professionally trained in the martial arts to defend yourself - by using normal, everyday motions such as clapping your hands, poking your fingers, and twisting your wrist, you can gain the power to fend off potential attackers and walk away unharmed.
Escape With Your Life is a fully interactive CD-ROM with over 40 minutes of full-motion video and audio instruction. Watch and practice, and it could save your life. The innovative design for Windows makes it easy to study any move - even easier than using a VCR. Use the Glossary to look up specific moves and study them frame-by-frame. Three methods for accessing this valuable and life saving information are available through this unique and intuitive interface:
DeBlasio's and MacEwen's techniques have been used by the New York State Police in crime prevention programs and are recommended by Vitality Magazine. DeBlasio was selected by the Martial Arts Hall of Fame as 1991's Instructor of the Year. MacEwen is also a memeber of the Martial Arts Hall of Fame. Don't be a statistic - fight back and Escape With Your Life!
Windows: 386 IBM PC or 100% compatible (486 recommended), Windows 3.1, MPC1 compliant (MPC2 recommended) CD-Rom drive and sound card, VGA graphics card, minimum 640x480 256 colors (16.7 million colors recommended).
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