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Episode 749 - Conversations with Tony Blauer

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Release Date: 09/29/2022

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In this episode, Jeremy is joined by SPEAR System creator, Tony Blauer, for another interesting conversation.

Conversations with Tony Blauer - Episode 749

If you love learning about self-defense, you’re in for a treat. In this episode, Jeremy is joined by SPEAR System creator, Tony Blauer, for another interesting conversation.

If you haven’t already, you can check Tony Blauer’s f-bomb-filled first episode here: Episode 108.

Coach Blauer has been in the martial art, self-defense, defensive tactics, and combatives industry for four decades! 

He is one of the only Combatives experts who has successfully affected training across all the combat-related communities: self-defense, combat sports, and the military & law enforcement sector. His research on physiology, and mindset as it relates to confrontation management has influenced over three decades of reality-based martial artists and enhanced the survivability of law enforcement, military, and emergency services personnel around the world.

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