A couple of points. First, move and shoot. Whether you’re facing a garden variety bad guy or a team of terrorists, standing still is an excellent way to get yourself killed. Second, always practice drawing from concealment. This a California-based class; none of these students can open carry. The most important element of armed self-defense: getting your gun ready as soon as possible. Practice drawing with the clothes you normally wear.
That said, the biggest lethal threat most Americans will face is heart disease. Staying in shape is more important to your longevity than armed self-defense. So, while I’m not 100 percent with this training, at least it gets people away from the computer/TV/iPhone/Kindle/Xbox/whatever and into a gym. Which reminds me….