I am not a master of any kind or do I have many years of MA. I do have tons of experience in close quarters fighting and multiple attacker situations. I am 220% against sport fighting and groundfighting. They are the not very effective types of self defence in street/prison fights and multiple attacker situations. If you are a ring fighter or are trying to study for show purposes then this is not for you. I won't give you any specifis training schedule just some techniques and a book to look at, and maybe a theory or 2. 1. For techs I would suggest the basics like..... Knees Vertical & Horizontal Elbows Punches Low Lead & Round Kicks (never kick above the waist, unless your enemy is kneeling) If you like...Headbutts (I like) Kali Footwork (Male & Female Triangles) Iron Cross push ups 2. As for drills..... Hubud Lubud Drills (From beginner to master we all need them to develop our skills and flow) Also put your back to a wall and hve someone throw strikes at you and block/parry them so you can become used to puches coming your way. 3. As for intermediate/advanced techs..... Chin na techniques (Follow the K.I.S.S. theory) One knuckle punch (Condition properly) If you go by this "outline" you should be well on your way through the path of efficient and effective self defence. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. IT WON'T HAPPEN OVER NIGHT. Hope this helps.