One of the things that has changed is that now I am certified to teach this awesome course and my co-instructor, Christa and I would LOVE to do so for groups who are interested, or individuals, we just have to get enough together to make up a class. Let us know, leave a comment or email us at Williston RAD
so...here goes the repost (I did try to update contact info and anything that I know has changed....)
My new "Hobby"
I don’t think I have said one word on this blog about one of my favorite activities lately. And THAT surprises the heck outta me! It seems like all I ever talk about, or really look forward to is this new (relatively) pass time of mine. And I haven’t told you anything about it. That is just not like me – not like me at all. So I guess I’ll have to tell you about it now.
It is R.A.D.
Isn’t it exciting? huh? what’s that you’re saying? you don’t know what it is? Really? Well, that’s interesting. I thought everyone would know – lol, not really….so let me give you a little basic information on this program……
It is the R.A.D. Self Defense System and it is loads of fun as well as a very good thing to learn.
The RAD Self Defense System was designed with the needs and strengths of women in mind. Women of all ages and fitness levels have successfully participated in the self-defense class.
The RAD program consists of three or four classes totaling 12 hours, where you will learn practical safety tips, practice specialized defensive techniques, and use these techniques in actual fight scenarios. (what we students tend to call Fight Night lol)
Most importantly, RAD classes are fun and provide you with the knowledge and techniques to protect yourself.
Once you've completed Basic RAD, consider taking a supplemental course, such as Keychain Defense Options or Advanced Self Defense.
All of these classes are provided free of charge and are taught in a fun, relaxed environment by certified instructors.
the R.A.D. Women’s Self-Defense Classes that I attend are provided by:
Community Services division
University of Florida Police Department
Register by calling the University of Florida Police Department’s Community Services Division at (352) 392-1409 or email Tina Lamb at firstname.lastname@example.org
check out the facebook page as well... University of Florida RAD