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The Defense-Ability program of Self-Defense is based on the Combat Hapkido system and contains techniques that can cause physical injury. Individuals involved in the production of this series of videotapes/books/CD-ROMS and any other media authored or published by the International Disabled Self-Defense Association (IDSA), and those demonstrating their skills, assume no responsibility for any injury or damages resulting from the execution of the techniques and exercises presented therein. Consult your Physician, Therapist or other Healthcare Provider before starting this or any other exercise or Martial Arts program.

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