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Women’s Self Defense and Assault Prevention Classes in Houston

August 28, 2009

Attention Greater Houston Area Residents:

womensselfdefenseIt is imperative in today’s society to learn the tools necessary to keep out of harms way, protecting yourselves and your loved ones.

Specifically in the city of Houston, violent crimes such as aggravated assault and murder are over 1.5 times the national average. Burglary is also at 150% the national average. (source: cityrating.com)

 Empower Yourself – Learn the Tools Needed to Protect Those You Love

DNC Worldwide’s own Chad Kight is currently offering classes for Women’s Self Defense and Assault Prevention classes and seminars in the Greater Houston Area, including Houston, The Woodlands, and Sugar Land, TX.

About Your Instructor

mma-elite-8Chad Kight has been practicing Mixed Martial Arts, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and Jeet Kune Do Concepts for over 11 years.

He has a keen understanding of what it takes to stay out of harmful situations and how one should react to protect themselves when confronted with violent and potentially deadly situations such as assault, rape, and abuse. Learn more about Chad here.

  • Certified RAT program Instructor (Rapid Assault Tactics)
  • Women’s Self Defense Instructor
  • Professional trainer and conditioning coach
  • 2009 Naga Expert Bronze Medalist                                                                          
  • 2008 Naga Expert Silver Medalist
  • Division winner Battle of H-town 2 consecutive years, 06,-07.
  • Brenham Vale Tudo division Champion
  • Dungal Fighting division Champion
  • Party Slam division Champion
  • Competed in Gracie BJJ World Championship
  • Competed in Relson Gracie Challenge
  • Placed in many city and state tournaments 

Reserve a Spot in the Next Class

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Call today to book a spot in the next Women’s Self Defense Seminar/Class or set up your own private group classes. Spots fill quickly!

For more information: Contact the instructor, Chad Kight, by calling (979) 578-1894. You may also email Chad and visit his website chadkight.com.

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Becoming a Dad – Coming Home

June 26, 2009

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Currently Week 18.

So it’s Friday night a little past 10pm in Houston and I’m already home. Earlier this evening after I had cooked her dinner, mother-to-be was actually urging me to go out with the guys. Although she certainly demands a good deal of attention, I’m also told that I need time with the boys and that she really only cares about me being home early on weekdays. Now I definitely appreciate that. I agree that a little balance is healthy for both me and her. So tonight I went to Loggia in Sugar Land with my brother and a few of the boys. It’s always nice catching up with them and being a guy doing what guys do. (drink beer, talk sports, etc.) On top of that, my friends can be real goofs so its usually hilarious when we sit around no matter where we are, much less in a bar environment with lots of ammo for discussion. Good times indeed.

“Stay out as long as you want,” she says. I had every intention of having a drunken good time tonight like the old days…. or five months ago, depending on how you look at it. But after a few hours, what I came to realize though was that I wanted to be home. I couldn’t quite explain it to myself but I felt the urge to just break off and take it to the house. It’s like that more and more every passing day. I’m feeling so madly in love with everything that is coming in my life to be. And I’m excited to make it all happen starting now. I’ve even let go of a lot of what I would call “crutches” lately.

The baby books say that sometimes it takes awhile to fully realize what having a baby truly means and how it will impact your life. In my case, I’ve embraces this thing since day one but around a month ago it became very real to me, mentally. I think it was that way for both of us. Early on, your mind gets so caught up in the impending responsibility, sacrifice, and life change that you don’t really get a chance to truly reflect and just, well, breathe, until it fully sinks in. I guess for me that time is now.

So what are my thoughts during this moment of reflection?

Well, for one, I feel corny as hell writing this. LOL. I can almost hear the Doogie Howser music playing in my head. I’m fighting the urge to hit delete for fear that my man card will get taken away and I know I’ll get made fun of by my boys who read this blog so lets just go ahead and throw that out there.

On the other hand, everything I’m saying and feeling is real. I’m being absolutely true to myself and I think its important for my kid to know how I felt at this moment during some intermittent moment in the future. Also, I want to relay these thoughts completely if I’m truly going to be transparent about my experience as a man during this pregnancy. Those of you who haven’t gone through this will truly not know the joys of it until you’re there yourself. Then you’ll know.

Lastly, I just want to share… Megan is actually on the other couch next to me quietly watching this retarded chick flick on TV. She’s doing her own thing and I’m doing mine writing. She doesn’t even know what I’m thinking about/working on but I think she looks so adorable just sitting there. I keep stealing glances. Ha! I guess I don’t mind being home at all. Nowhere else I’d rather be. 🙂

Mike

P.S. – I felt the baby moving in her belly for the first time ever this week!