By Nick DiMarco
More twenty-somethings and young adults are turning to self defense classes in the wake of high-profile workplace mass casualties.
“We’re definitely seeing an increase in the amount of people who are coming to take self defense classes,” Tzviel “BK” Blankchtein, owner of Masada Tactical, said. “As a general rule, because we are strictly self defense and not a martial art or a sports fighting type system … we see a lot more of young professionals [like] lawyers, attorneys, teachers, physicians and nurses.”
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