Victor Marx is a 7th degree black belt in Cajun Karate Keichu-do a mixture of Karate / Jui-jitsu/ boxing and a master in self defense.
With over 30 years of service, mostly with Rangers and Special Mission Units, and having been taught a myriad of combative and H2H techniques, Marx’s abilities and teaching methods surpass many that are available. Marx is a true warrior and combative instructor who often trains military units on how to protect themselves when presented with hand to hand combat.
In this video, Marx demonstrates how to disarm a gunman as a gun is pressed to his head. In record time, Marx disarms the gunman, never giving the gunman a chance to pull the trigger.
Victor’s Mission Statement :
All Things Possible Ministries (ATP) brings hope and healing to hurting and abused youth in the USA and now globally. Each year as Victor Marx shares the Hope of Christ through his personal testimony, thousands of youth are coming to the truth of who they are, realizing that the shame of their abuse was never theirs, and believing that they are valuable and have a Creator who loves them & has a plan for their lives. We know many of these youth have come from broken homes and abusive situations, creating a hardness within and driving them to destructive behavior. For the incarcerated youth, while they still have to pay for the consequences of their actions, the Hope that they receive brings a change in their hearts which can change the direction of their lives. They no longer have to repeat offenses and remain stuck in bad behavior; they come to understand that God is real and wants to live in and through their lives.
Spending much of his time reaching incarcerated and other youth to help them know that the cycle of craziness in their lives can be broken, Victor effectively engages students with entertaining, humorous and sobering presentations to show how to make the right choices even while being in the wrong circumstances; to prevent them from embarking on the downward spiral of bad choices which can lead to being locked up in a detention center or youth prison, or painfully resorting to suicide—another epidemic among youth. He shares stories from his own life experiences, giving students simple tools for success and development of moral character.
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