Anger Management Education for Martial Arts Teachers
Anger Management Is Self-Defense
Anger management isn't taught in martial arts schools, even though it is self-defense,
because there has never been a training program for instructors.
That is, until now.
I'm Tom Callos. Allow me to introduce you to a Master in a form of self-defense
that, until now, has rarely (if ever) been taught on the mat or in the training
hall. Dr. Tony Fiore, The Anger Coach, is the world's preeminent anger management
Dr. Fiore’s first online training program will, in just 10 hours, provide
you with a set of tools that will serve you for the rest of your career; these are
tools that are as relevant and important to self-defense and peace of mind as any
kick, punch, block, or throw.
There’s a mission behind this education: The mission is to
arm our students with a kind of mental self-defense that brings them peace and happiness
for years to come. It is to stop the need for anger management to be something adults
learn after they have fallen victim to their own (or someone else's) anger. We are
going to become the PREVENTION specialists, because we have tremendous influence
with young people—and because we have dedicated our lives to the quest for
personal mastery and self-defense. Anger management, in today's world, is self-defense.
The first step is to put on your white belt again; become a student for just 10
hours while you learn and absorb the basics of anger management. From there, should
this material speak to you, there is a Second 10 hour
Anger Management Educator certification course that will help you secure
a position in your community as THE EXPERT in teaching the art of anger management.
I believe that this material is going to empower you as a teacher. It will also
give you a business edge over other youth sports and activities, as well as a multitude
of marketing and public relations tools.
Hear Tom Callos explain how anger management is part of Black Belt Training