Many more are learning FAST

It’s been a year now since Fast
Adrenal Stress Training was first introduced in Grand Cayman and hundreds have
enjoyed the benefits of the unique classes.

There are more two seminars this
weekend at the Prep School on Smith Road. On Saturday they will laying into the
‘bulletmen’ in very real scenarios. The realism of the classes sets them apart
from other more established self-defence seminars.

Course instructor Bob Daigle said:
“In addition to requests from the general public we are receiving more and more
requests from security companies who are sending their staff for training as

“We teach participants the
awareness skills to recognize potential threats and how to de-escalate
situations before they become violent.

“It is important that you do not
respond aggressively when confronted by an irate individual. This can add fuel
to the fire resulting in the situation escalating to the point of violence.

“Our main goal with this course is
to help you to avoid conflict at home school or at your place of employment.

“If you feel confident in yourself
you will have better control of your emotions when confronted by an angry
individual. Our goal is for you stay calm use your intellect to end the situation

Mariko Jack, the wife of former
Governor, Stuart, enjoyed a FAST Defense class last year. “I am really glad
that I attended the FAST Defense seminar,” she said. “It introduced me to a unique
and extremely useful approach for conflict/violence avoidance.

“It was organized in such a way
that all the participants were drawn into the training deeper and deeper as it
progressed and made us feel more assertive, confident and streetwise by the end.

“The important philosophy behind
the course is that physical force is only the last resort and not the first
response, which can be applied in various aspects of our daily life.

“I would recommend FAST Defense
seminar to anyone of any age, especially young people, to learn that physical
readiness is not the only way to deal with violence.”

To book and for more
information contact Bob Daigle at [email protected]

or call 925-6946.