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Here is a testimonial from Martin Day, a Karate Master and ex British Army Warrant Officer who writes:
“Alex has transformed my life and has helped me to achieve my goals which was a huge breakthrough for me. I have no hesitation in recommending Alex to you as he is a caring professional who will change your life for the better!”
Martin Day – 7th Dan Black Belt – Ex Warrant Officer (WO2) : British Army (Senior Instructor). Founder of Combat Self Defence . Phone: 0437 610 176
Some of the units he has trained (and served with) include the Coldstream Guards, the Ghurkha’s, The Parachute Regiment (2 Para), Royal Marines (42 Commando), and Special Forces. A lot of Martin’s time was also spent abroad training Australian, New Zealand, American, Canadian and other armed forces.
During his military career Martin fought for the British Army as a member of the Army boxing team and he is a qualified boxing coach. He has also had significant success in cross-country running, 1500 and 5000 metres, swimming and Olympic distance triathlon. His many other qualifications include personal trainer, ASA swimming teacher, track and field coach, physical training, unarmed combat, pressure points and arrest and restraint techniques Instructor. He has taught survival, military tactics, weapons and other military and civilian subjects throughout the world.
In 1975 Martin was identified as the “youngest patrol commander in the British Army”.
Martin Day took up Karate after leaving the Army in October 1993. Now a 7th Dan, he trained his partner Patricia Fast (now 6th Dan) from zero to become European and Western Australia State tournament champion.
Clearly, Martin Day is a world-class athlete with an accomplished ‘pedigree’ and major ‘street smarts’. He is not someone who suffers fools gladly and has an ‘elite mindset’. So, ask yourself…how could he have benefited from me? I invite you to find out how you can benefit. Contact me here, or use the form below.