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    Armed to the Teeth (Volume. 1): Mastering Upper Body Weapons - This instructional self defense dvd will teach you step by step how to transform your body into an awesome street fighting weapon. Here, self defense expert, Sammy Franco will teach you his brutal Contemporary Fighting Arts (CFA) arsenal. You don't need to be a martial artists to master these efficient and effective striking techniques.

    Armed to the Teeth (Volume 1) teaches you some of the following self defense techniques: head butts (clipping and ramming), full contact hubod and head butting drills, biting tactics for the street, finger jab strikes, finger jab speed drills, tactile sensitivity exercises, common mistakes when jabbing the eyes, the awesome "Dead Man" drill, mannequin training, palm heel strikes and hand variations, the proper way to throw a punch in a street fight, lead straights, vertical, 3/4 and horizontal punches, the stabilizer and mover theory, why the "boxer's jab" won't work in a street fight, focus mitt striking drills, punching tips and suggestions, center knuckle strikes to reduce hand and wrist injuries, the rear cross, common punching errors, lead and rear hook punches, watch Sammy's signature punch in action, the CFA hook punch vs. the boxer's hook punch, preventing a "boxer's fracture" in a street fight, CFA's "Cyclone" drill, lead and rear uppercut punches, the "tight jolt" uppercut, the lead and rear shovel hook punch, mannequin drills and exercises and much more!

    NOTE: This is a two part dvd series, we recommend getting the companion dvd: Armed to the Teeth (Volume 2).

    DVD Details: ARMED TO THE TEETH: Mastering Body Weapons (Volume 1) is a multi-regional dvd and will play anywhere in the world. Top audio and color quality. Approximate running time: 58 minutes.

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    This video is an excellent run down on the correct way to throw effective strikes. I recommend CFA products to everyone. If you want to learn how to strike and do it safely and effectively you need this DVD.

    Reviewer: Michael Sleep (Hampton New Brunswick , Canada)

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    This is a great dvd.You will learn so many more techniques to add to your street fighting arsenal.It was well put together and everything is explained in great detail.I would highly recommend it!

    Reviewer: Timothy Summers (New Haven, Indiana)

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    Great DVD! All drills and advices are practical and realistic. It looks like there is a big experience behind of this DVD. Now it is time to train, train and train to transfer all what I watched in real skills! Thanks, guys!

    Reviewer: Alex (Southbank VIC, Australia)

    Mastering the Upper Body Striking
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    I recommend this dvd to the experienced and non-experienced person who wants to learn how to defend themselves in these dangerous streets. I have some knowledge in fighting in the street but I have to admit that I hadn't thought of using some of these upper body weapons that are in the dvd. Now I can truly say I use my entire body as a weapon!

    Reviewer: Damany (Chattanooga, Tennessee)

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    This video is fun to watch from beginning to end. But, it will take me a very long time to work on and apply all of the techniques discussed on this DVD. It is very easy to understand and puts the beginner/intermediate fighter on the right track. It is also a great review for the advanced fighter.

    Reviewer: Pat Mulgrew (Statesville, North Calolina)

    You have a customer for life!
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    This is exactly what I was looking for to complement the Chinese system I was taught! The way you taught the punches alone would have cost me a few DVDs from TITLE's catalog (no disrespect to Title Boxing)!

    Reviewer: robert rogus (Park Forest, Illinois)

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    Mr. Franco delivers the goods! This material is the foundation in which to build your self defense arsenal. Sammy's delivery is easy to follow,to the point, and whats more,he'll show you a technique then show you how to train to perfect your form. Thank you Mr. Franco!

    Reviewer: michael kaspian (Portola, California)

    5 Stars!
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    Another must have for any self defense practitioner. Gives powerful insight on mastering upper body weapons to maximize damage when needed!

    Reviewer: Aaron (Denver, Colorado)

    You Were Born Armed!
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    In this nation, we were born with the right to keep and bear arms. That's handy considering the fact that each of us were born naturally armed. Sharpen those upper body weapons and learn how to effectively use them with THIS DVD that expands on the lessons previously learned in the Punches, Kicks and Conditioning DVD in The Street Fighting Package. This material is A+ and is a must for every self-defense library...that means yours too!

    Reviewer: Travis M. (DeQuincy, Louisiana)

    Owning this, is a no-brainer!
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    I would liken "Armed to the Teeth" Vol. 1+2 as the fine stone you use to perfect the edge of your blade. The "Vintage set" gives you a base foundation, then these refine it to perfection. The proper hand positioning alone is well worth the purchase. Hitting things bare handed is a whole different ball game compared to doing it with gloves during training. Don't train bad habits. This alone will save you time, money & hospital trips. Lots of little specifics in this one. I'm so pleased with it.

    Reviewer: Zeker (Bay Area, California)

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