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10 Easy-to-Follow Lessons for Turning You into a More Efficient Knife Fighter ...

No Matter What Your Current Skill Level with a Knife!


"The skills, drills and exercises in the book are efficient, accurate and to the point. No fluff. No hype ... just real-life information that could save someone's life." --Paul Stevens, Canada (Editor of Aiki-Jiu-Jitsu Newsletter)


From: Keith Pascal, 11:34 am

Dear knife-fighting enthusiast,

       Right now, before you read any further, I am going to share the most important principle of this ebook with you.

Apply this advice to your current knife practice, and you?ll increase your efficiency ... you'll improve your chance of surviving a knife encounter.

It's my way of saying thanks for considering 10 Days to Better Knife Fighting:

    If you are like most martial artists, you probably train with a knife in a similar manner as you do with your empty-hand and kicking drills. Worse, some practitioners still think they'll be able to block in a knife encounter.

    This is probably the worst action you could take. (Although grabbing your attacker's forearm of the hand holding the knife comes in as a close second for stupidity; remember, you have a knife, too.)

    To become an efficient knife fighter you have to learn to make every single response start with an offensive technique.

    Most of the time, this means that you'll respond with a stab or slice of your own. No blocks -- just efficient reactions.

    If you don't know how to train for this type of efficiency, the good news is that you can learn an efficient 'fighting set of responses' in about ten days. (Actually, you?ll see 100% improvement during the first training session.)

    You'll definitely be amazed at how quickly these responses begin to feel automatic.


10 Days to Better Knife Fighting will help you develop super efficient, direct responses. The focus of these lessons is on practical application.

Yes, fighting drills that actually teach you to respond without thought.

Eliminating blocks an other responses that will get you cut (and worse) in a knife fight will be easy.

Here's just a peek at what you are going to discover over the next 10 days:

    How to practice against fakes and feints from another knife fighter. If you get faked, you get cut. Period.

    Many simple ways to find the natural targets of your opponent

    The little-known way to go straight from one opening to another without telegraphing your intent. (Combine this strategy with finding natural targets to supercharge your knife fighting.

    5 proven steps to incorporating your other martial arts techniques into the knife fight. Don't forget your punches and kicks. Only add efficient techniques that complement your knife strategy.

    7 simple drills for practicing various slash and thrust exercises (Goes way beyond basic slash-n-thrust.)

    Discover in a matter of minutes how to cut with slash after slash with this efficient, and easy-to-learn knife pattern.

    11 proven strategies and exercises for ending the fight by cutting the unexpected.

    5 tips and tricks for improving your knife-fighting range. This is important -- more than most realize.

    An easy way to learn to fight on the inside of the arms. Sometimes, it "is" necessary.

    There is only time to throw your knife in a fight. Do you know when that is?

    Have you been looking for this for ages? Discover how to pass 'the knife-fighting test's

    How to speed your reactions to a moving knife -- efficiently. Move your knife better in the process.

    REVEALED! The hidden truth behind most martial artists who think they can fight with a knife.

    Your secret weapon for ending a knife fight -- as the winner/survivor.


Imagine jumping forward ten days into the future. Your knife technique is fluid. You move the knife with a sureness like never before.

Those around you are so impressed with your speed of response and attack. What they don't know is that, along with your faster movements, you have eliminated any extraneous motions.

This is why they can't follow your knife technique. They can't keep up.

    Note: I have left opponents confused after just my first move during knife practice. They were stopped cold and didn't know how to proceed. As I said, they couldn't keep up. My response seemed to be missing a beat.


Who knew improving the way you wield a knife could be so easy?

Would you like to know how much this ebook is going to cost?

    It's only $27.

    (Less than the cost of a good knife. A lot less.)

More than worth it, to start handling a blade like a pro.

Wouldn't you agree?




Knife-Fighting Improvement Guarantee

Your knife-fighting ability will improve, or it costs you nothing.

Go through these exercises for up to 80 days. That will give you time to play around with the drills and exercises, go through the ebook several times, and really give your knife fighting a chance to improve.

If you aren't super satisfied with the results, just let me know. I'll promptly give you a 100% refund -- no questions asked.

That's very fair, right?




"Keith Pascal is one of those rare individuals ... a realistic martial artist with a talent for both writing and teaching.

"He tells it like it is with his own style of writing -- with humor injected to keep things even more interesting.

"I recommend Mr. Pascal to anyone wanting good, realistic martial arts instruction in any format."

-Sensei J. Richard Kirkham B.Sc Head Instructor Universal System of Self-Defense, Honolulu, Hawaii


Two Must-Have eBonuses Included

FREE BONUS #1: "Circle Stabbing For Fast Improvement"

This bonus is all about a fun drill that will teach you to react a lot faster in a fight. This is almost like a video game -- very entertaining ... and effective.

You'll discover:

How to train with multiple practice partners

How to use a drill adapted from one of Bruce Lee's students, Ed Hart

How to use your peripheral vision in a knife fight

FREE BONUS #2: "Slicing Checks and Blocks"

With this bonus you'll know the essentials about looking at the efficiency needed in a knife fight from a different perspective. This is a discussion of more advanced knife-fighting considerations. Very interesting.

Here's what is revealed:

How to keep your free hand safe in a knife fight

How to use your blade for the initial contact with your attacker.

How to move faster from your check to your response, and then to your next move, even if you are using the same hand (the hand holding the knife).

You Know What Separates Great Martial Artists From The Wannabes -- Action!

In order to improve, you have to do something. You have to act.

Fortunately, it's simple to get started. You can begin improving your knife-fighting ability in a few minutes.

The instructions are easy to follow -- and fun.

Wishing you martial success,

Keith Pascal, Publisher of the ezine Martial Arts Mastery, and author of over a dozen martial-arts books and ebooks





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