Controversial Martial Arts Guru, Lieutenant X, to Provide Free Self Defense Videos for College Students

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In the wake of the Virginia Tech massacre, students need better preparation for on-campus violence with proper and legitimate martial arts and self defense training.

In today's randomly violent world, legitimate self-defense is no longer an option.

Noble Learning Systems Inc. today announced that it will provide 10,000 college students and parents with free self defense videos. This program will run from April 17 to May 31st, 2007.

Why would the company give away free instructional videos to so many people? "Its simple," says president, Chris "Lt. X" Pizzo. "In today's randomly violent world, legitimate self-defense is no longer an option."

While typically a favorite of martial arts enthusiasts, law enforcement, and military personnel, Lieutenant X's free Accelerated Battlefield Combatives program has many elements that could have greatly assisted the Virginia Tech victims during the attack, like:

  • How to control yourself and think clearly under combat stress conditions
  • How to immediately react when a firearm or weapon is recognized
  • How best to survive an armed attack
  • How to disarm a gunman from multiple positions

Pizzo is fully confident that someone with a minimal amount of training could have stopped gunman Cho Seung-hui, the 23-year-old English major from South Korea who killed 30 people on April 16th.

"There are no hidden catches to the promotion," said Pizzo. "The only thing people need to do is visit and pay for postage. We'll send them over $984 worth of legitimate and battle proven martial arts, self-defense, and close combat learning materials absolutely free."

This is just some of the information Chris "Lt. X" Pizzo provides when it comes to martial arts and self-defense. For more information, or to schedule a lively and exciting interview with this former soldier, mercenary and cancer survivor turned educator and world-renowned martial arts instructor, please contact:

Chris "Lt. X" Pizzo
Noble Learning Systems Inc.
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