Peter Weckauf is Austrian, a thoughtful, incisive and methodical Austrian. Years of study have led to the necessary training for the development of his system, always dynamic, creative and committed to functionality. This book brings together his vision of self-defense in several chapters, in which the most varied subjects around the central theme of self-defense are addressed; from how to build weapons from everyday objects, down to the study of some combat concepts in Southeast Asia, as Panantukan. The goal remains the same: Bring the reader in front of strategies and survival tactics away from complexity. Simple things work, the author seems to say, when the pressure from predators goes prowling. The simple, which is not the simplicity, but the proper use of the weapons around us and of our innate abilities, but through a trained logic. With a fresh, direct and pragmatic style, the author reflects on these and other issues that make this book a source of inspiration for all students of actual combat.
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