My story by: Paul Andrew Watts
Hello, and thank you for visiting my business page. I will like to let you know that training in self-defense and making it part of your life style would be an excellent choice to make.
My first start of self-defense training was the Filipino martial arts that I have been involved with for over 25 years. In being a practitioner in the arts, I was then offered to be trained to become a CPR instructor for the American Heart Association due to my attitude of understanding life importance. I decided to do as that, as I knew as a health care practitioner that working in the health field, this discipline will be needed.
At this time I was just training individuals or conducting classes in the Filipino martial arts or CPR classes as a side hustle. One day a student of mine came to me and said you should try out pistol training since you teach traditional weapons. That evening I started researching pistol training. In my opinion I realized that the Filipino martial arts, CPR, and Pistol training do go hand and hand with each other. So I decided to become a NRA instructor,
a US Law Shield, and a USCCA partner/ affiliate.
This lead me to set a goal and a time to put my talents together in one place to share with the human race, a place to train, a place to learn to protect oneself and love ones as well as to save a life.
Had a great time training in the Filipino martial arts. This was my first time doing martial arts. I like how the art uses sticks first in their style impressive!!
Wonderful time learning BLS/CPR/AED as a RN I needed to renew my credentials. The class was very informative and I received my BLS/CPR/AED card via email, quick and easy did not have to wait on the mail.
I very much enjoyed the Safety Pistol Training Course. The curriculum was impressive and the instructor is very patient. Thank you Practical Rights of Self-Defense.