Sandy, UT, August 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Utah’s Leading Family Safety Expert, Brett Lechtenberg, recently compiled a completely free online safety resource center to help people in the community learn about personal and family safety. The new resource center is available at his website brettlechtenberg.com. This new free online resource is available to anyone and hosts an incredible collection of articles on safety skills that are beneficial to everyone.
The articles that are now available online cover topics such as:
· What is self defense?
· How to handle fear and other emotions in a self defense situation
· Internet safety for the home
· Self defense tools like pepper spray
· Being safe around firearms
· Anti bullying
· As well as much more with much more to come!
Brett Lechtenberg has taught thousands of people all across the country how to empower themselves through self defense courses for parents, families, and children. He has offered free programs for schools on topics such as anti bullying, goal setting for good grades, and even courses for teachers on things they can do to ensure the safety of their students at school. In this online resource center he decided to target some of the most commonly asked questions and common areas of concern that he has encountered over his many years of training and teaching safety skills. If you have a question about self defense or family protection, then you will definitely want to check out this valuable resource.
In addition to providing free articles on self defense and personal safety for the community, Brett also teaches regular self defense courses at Personal Mastery Martial Arts. The free self defense workshops that he has hosted over the last few months have covered basic self defense techniques for women and self defense against a handgun and carjacking countermeasures. Brett also teaches regular self defense classes during the week. For more information about these classes check out sandymartialarts.com and click on the “Adult Self Defense” link.
Brett Lechtenberg can be contacted through his website www.brettlechtenberg.com. To access the new online safety resource center go to http://www.brettlechtenberg.com/family-safety-resources/