A New Master Instructor!
Happy work out to you!
Congratulation to Master Instructor Tony Burnett!
Here’s his win.
Dear Mr. Case,
Thank you for assisting me with our new Defensive Tactics class in the Hurst- Euless- Bedford Independent School District. I have thoroughly examined the recommended Blinding Steel material, the 40 techniques found in the Matrix Kung Fu and the Master Instructor Course with much excitement. I know the matrix strategies you have developed will allow my students to progress much faster and with better understanding than anything else out there. As a retired police officer that is now teaching criminal justice students, I realize how important use of force issues are to the communities we serve. I believe its one of the most important topics covered so I began a search to find courses that would help my students learn and apply knowledge of disarming, joint locks and standing take downs to name a few. After reading many positive reviews of your system, I purchased Matrixed Aikido, and I learned as much from it in four days as I did in 25 years of training in Aikido for DT!. After that course, I purchased the core set that included Matrix Kung Fu, Matrix Karate and the Masters Instructors Course and became even more impressed. The Blinding Steel course (matrixed weapon systems) has been my favorite so far and is an excellent supplement to the the Monkey Boxing (Matrixed Kung Fu) course. I am so thankful that I found your courses and learned the strategy and benefit of matrixing the arts. You have contributed more to so many, including me and my students, than you will ever realize. Now, I want to continue this journey for myself, my students and the criminal justice industry that I serve with your blessing. I am requesting an endorsement to be a Master Instructor so I may continue to explain the benefits of matrixing the arts and apply those benefits to the arts and subsequently my students.
Thank you for considering my request as well as your assistance with the material for my students.
Law and Public Safety Teacher
Well done, Tony,
and thank you for being a martial artist.
Tony makes an interesting statement:
‘I realize how important use of force issues are to the communities we serve.’
Your first duty is to make sure you can defend yourself.
you should cultivate the ability
to take care of yourself
with as little harm to an attacker as possible.
Some people blink when I say this,
some people think you should just maim an attacker,
other people think you shouldn’t defend yourself
if you are going to hurt somebody.
The truth, as usual,
lies somewhere in between.
Here’s an interesting oddity,
if you train as if you are going to kill somebody,
you might reach the point where you don’t have to.
the point here is that people should learn the martial arts,
they should be able to protect themselves,
they should be able to protect others.
if you can stop a fight
without a blow being struck,
then you demonstrating the highest level of martial arts.
Here’s the link,
should you wish to learn the truth about the martial arts
well done to Tony,
I know he’s going to have great impact
on the field of defensive tactics,
and teaching the correct use of force.
Have a great work out!
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