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on 29 October 2011
Nick Hughes has vast experience, firstly as a Karate-trained doorman, working the hardest nightclubs in Australia; then as a Paratrooper in the French Foreign Legion, before training as a Close-protection Operator and bodyguarding VIPs worldwide.
To hire Nick to protect you would cost thousands of dollars, but now you can access his hard-won experience in this new book.
With numerous chapters covering both the essential "soft skills" [such as awareness and avoidance} as well as the "hard skills" of active defence and counter-attack, covering both unarmed situations as well as weapon useage; the book gives the reader a complete program.
Within the tactical training community this book is already causing a stir, and has been acclaimed by his fellow professionals.
This could well be the most important book you buy this year.
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