Best Defense Concepts
Protect yourself on the streets and in the courts
Contact us for information about hosting a seminar for your office.
The most important thing to your business is your employees, since that is the case you'll want to make sure that they are safe when they are arriving to work or when they are leaving work. Best Defense Concepts will go over how to keep yourself aware of your surroundings and how to fend off a parking lot attack.
With all of the things that are going on in this world it can be scary walking around the neighborhood. There can be any kind of attack at any kind of moment, we will work with you on how to protect yourself from any situation.
Why Self Defense?
Taking a self-defense class has many benefits – the most important is learning the skills and concepts to defend yourself should the need arise. However, in addition there are other benefits as well, such as: improving balance, coordination, and self-confidence. The fact is that knowing you have the ability to defend yourself and your family will give you more confidence to deal with stressful and difficult situations.
Why Best Defense Concepts
Once you’ve decided to learn self-defense, the question becomes why should I choose Best Defense Concepts?
Peter Honigmann, the founder and head instructor, began his training under Grand Master John McSweeney, who obtained his black belt in Kenpo Karate under world-renowned martial artist Ed Parker. It was Master McSweeney who took what he learned under Ed Parker and created a simplified self-defense system focused on powerful strikes. In turn, Peter took what he learned in Kenpo, and combined that with concepts and techniques he learned from Krav Maga, Escrima, and Hapkido, to create a new system that is designed to work for anyone, regardless of size, age or sex.
Peter, a practicing attorney, has been training in martial arts and self-defense for 30 years. As an attorney Peter believes that it is his duty to not only provide his students with the best self-defense techniques possible, but also that he teach his students the basic law of self-defense and the potential legal ramifications. Peter is a strong believer in using the least amount of force necessary to stop a fight. In fact, his best advice for winning a fight – don’t get in one.