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January 09, 2012

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In this new series, get an inside peak into Tony Blauer’s Be Your Own Bodyguard seminar hosted by San Francisco CrossFit. Tony Blauer, founder of Blauer Tactical Systems, has been providing these seminars to CrossFitters to teach the basics of self-defense and how you can implement them through CrossFit.

In Part 2, Blauer talks about things that are personal, passionate and present. These things are critical in finding motivation and the strength to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

When confronted with a threatening situation, what will get you moving to defend yourself? What will make you ferocious rather than frightened?

For some, it’s thoughts of a specific loved one, and for others it’s something very different.

What would it take to make you win a fight against all odds?

Think of something personal, passionate and present.

10min 55sec

HD file size: 243 MB
SD wmv file size: 131 MB
SD mov file size: 68.9 MB

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Additional audio: CrossFit Radio Episode 174 by Justin Judkins, published June 1, 2011.

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3 Comments on “Be Your Own Bodyguard Part 2: PPP”

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wrote …

thank you tony. this will save and life one day. hopefully i will never need it, but... "Tristan" is my baby son and he is my go to PPP.

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wrote …

Great point for every police, military, or "warrior". Too many people think dignity or liablility when they should be thinking of their PPP. Thank you for the reminder Tony.

Any thoughts of failure or retreat are always erased with one thought of my son. Turns fear to fight in an instant!

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wrote …

@Danny, that is awesome, glad you ade that connection.

@Chad, " Any thoughts of failure or retreat are always erased with one thought of my son. Turns fear to fight in an instant!"

the Be Your Own Bodyguard metaphor is that powerful, I agree.

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