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Episode 687 - The Incomplete Violence Conversation with Jason Brick

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Release Date: 02/24/2022

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In this episode, Jeremy talks about The Incomplete Violence Conversation with former guest, Jason Brick.

The Incomplete Violence Conversation with Jason Brick - Episode 687

How much of our training can we really use in a real-life violent scenario? In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Mr. Jason Brick, a former guest, and they talk about why the stuff that we spend the most of our time and energy on, in terms of self-defense and personal safety, is actually not going to be used by most of us.

After listening to the questions and answers, it would be exciting for us to know your thoughts about it. Don’t forget to drop them in the comment section below!

Check out Mr. Jason Brick’s episode here.