February 2019


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February 2019

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The C.O.B.R.A. 6 Week Self Defense Academy #1901
If you attended one of our three hour classes, what you learned then was just the tip of the iceberg!  It’s time to turn it up!  The C.O.B.R.A. 6-WEEK Academy is the three hour class on steroids.  It’s loaded with more hands-on techniques, more scenario drills, ground fighting, knife defense, firearms defense, and much more!  It is a Police Academy for civilians!

Not a former student?  That’s okay!  No previous C.O.B.R.A. experience is required!  

Academy #1901 will be held in our Mentor studio on Saturday mornings from 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. on the following dates:

March 9, 2019
March 23, 2019
March 30, 2019
April 6, 2019
April 20, 2019
May 4, 2019
$ 269 for repeat students that have taken (and paid for) a Family & Friends
or Ladies Night out class.
$ 299 for first time students

All classes are conducted in athletic street clothes in an academy atmosphere.
Class Size is Limited!  
$50 non-refundable deposit is required to hold your spot
Balance is due on March 9,2019

Questions?  Call 440-463-5022

Make your Deposit to Reserve your Spot Today

February….the month of Love!  
When you meet a hot new romantic prospect online, or in person,
follow these safety guidelines.

Not playing the dating game?
These tips can apply to almost any situation you may find yourself in!

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* Don’t Give a Stranger Personal Deets*
Does that Bumble prospect really need to know where you were raised or your mother’s maiden name?
A stalker or predator can find you through this information.

*Don’t Give Out Your Number Too Early*
Think twice before you hand over your phone number to text.  That phone is one more link to you and  tech savvy predator can hack into your phone or track your whereabouts.

*Don’t Post Identifying Info*
Yeah, it’s tempting to post humble-brag photos of your new car or apartment on social media, but you may not realize just how much about yourself those little things can reveal.

*Googling Someone isn’t Paranoid, It’s Smart*
If you knew ahead of time that your date had a criminal record, would you still go out with him or her?  Always do a Google and social media searchs on a potential date.  Try to verify what they are telling you about themselves.

*Don’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover*
Remember, everyone’s nice on the first date – even psychopaths. A nice smile and polite small talk doesn’t mean someone doesn’t have a dark side.

*Trust Your Gut*
If your instincts are telling you something is wrong, believe them!

*Watch Your Alcohol (Literally)*
Be aware of your limits and don’t drink so much that you lose control of the situation.  Keep an eye on your glass or bottle  to ensure nobody adds anything to it.  Never leave your drink unattended.  The same applies to food.  Something can be slipped into that burger while you’re not looking.  

*Have Your “Gotta Go” Excuse Ready*
Don’t be afraid to leave a date prematurely if the other person is making you uncomfortable.  Develop and practice your “leaving early” statement before meeting up for the date. 

*If You’re Not Feeling It, Don’t be Afraid to Ghost*
After you tell someone you’re not interested, never take their calls or emails again.  Go off the grid.  It’s not rude, it’s a clear signal to back off. 

We are thrilled to introduce C.O.B.R.A.’S newest program!
This lively and empowering 2 hour class is for ages 4 to 12
Introductory price of $30 per child.
Watch for upcoming classes, or better yet, call today to have your kiddos or your group (scouts, home school groups, etc.)  trained!
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