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  After a near-fatal robbery attempt on his wife in 1989 Professional Karate Association World Champion Bob "Thunder" Thurman retired from professional karate to dedicate himself to developing a street-effective system of self defense that would help others avoid the terrible trauma which his wife had suffered.

Consulting with internationally known social psychologists, law enforcement professionals--at local and national levels--and motivational specialists, Bob designed a unique system of training programs stressing mental awareness, psychological strategies, and, if necessary, tactics and techniques for surviving and escaping an attack.

Bob Thurman brings a unique combination to the field of personal protection training. Having been featured on ABC Wide World of Sports, NBC Sports World, ESPN, covered by Sports Illustrated Magazine, and appeared with Chuck Norris in "Walker, Texas Ranger", he brings a dynamic presentation to a wealth of martial arts and self defense experience. As a result, Counter Attactics programs are dynamic, informative, and specific to the needs of individuals and organizations.

UPCOMING SEMINARS IN THE KANSAS CITY AREA:
COMING SOON

Bob Thurman on FOX 4 KANSAS CITY
Karate Champion Bob Thurman gave a self-defense demonstration in the FOX 4 studio on Thursday. Thurman is hosting a pair of self-defense classes at the Woodside Racquet Club, 2000 W. 47th St. in Westwood, Kan. You can call (816) 525-3717 to reserve space
>> CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE ON FOX'S WEBSITE


Bob Thurman on KSHB-TV
Bob demonstrated his techniques on the popular TV show Kansas City LIVE.
This video is a "must see" for it truely shows the effectiveness of this program






Bob Thurman at Maxjet Airlines

Confined Space Self-Defense Seminar
Click Here to watch a short video
clip of the training.



 

The Kansas City Star recently ran an article about Bob Thurman and Counter Attactics...
read the article here

 
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