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Despite your best efforts to stay safe, there may be times when you are confronted with someone intent on doing you harm. Avoiding unlit or deserted areas may not be enough to ensure that you are adequately protected, but there are things you can do to protect yourself even in the face of a threatening situation. Just because your physical safety is threatened does not mean that you have to end up becoming a victim, and learning a few good self defense tactics can actually save your life. While you can increase your level of safety by being aware of your surroundings, remaining calm is another way to set yourself up to successfully escape a physically threatening situation. Effective self defence moves do not have to involve carrying any sort of weapon, and your calm but forceful actions may be enough to diffuse an unsafe encounter. Simple and controlled movements can be deceptively effective, even against someone who is much bigger or stronger than you. If you react quickly and with purpose, your assailant may be distracted long enough for you to escape and seek help as needed.
13 Nov 2012
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Despite your best efforts to stay safe, there may be times when you are confronted with someone intent on doing you harm. Avoiding unlit or deserted areas may not be enough to ensure that you are adequately protected, but there are things you can do to protect yourself even in the face of a threatening situation. Just because your physical safety is threatened does not mean that you have to end up becoming a victim, and learning a few good self defense tactics can actually save your life. Your complement of self defence techniques should include something that you can do if you are attacked from behind, and a shin scrape may be your best defense. This move can work even if your arms are pinned, especially if you combine it with a forceful foot stomp. This move involves raising one of your feet off the ground and then jamming it back into the knee of your assailant.
13 Nov 2012
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While you can increase your level of safety by being aware of your surroundings, remaining calm is another way to set yourself up to successfully escape a physically threatening situation. Effective self defence techniques do not have to involve carrying any sort of weapon, and your calm but forceful actions may be enough to diffuse an unsafe encounter. Simple and controlled movements can be deceptively effective, even against someone who is much bigger or stronger than you. If you react quickly and with purpose, your assailant may be distracted long enough for you to escape and seek help as needed. Your complement of self defense techniques should include something that you can do if you are attacked from behind, and a shin scrape may be your best defense. This move can work even if your arms are pinned, especially if you combine it with a forceful foot stomp. This move involves raising one of your feet off the ground and then jamming it back into the knee of your assailant.
13 Nov 2012
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Sensei Anthony Britton shows you how to disarm someone attacking you with a bottle, knife or another object. This disarm is intended for when you are in a bargaining position meaning when someone is threatening you with an object but has yet to attack. IMPORTANT: Please use extreme caution when practicing these moves. Remember that with the right amount of force, you can severely hurt somebody. These techniques are to be used for self-defense purposes only. All self-defense moves and tips are to be used at the risk of the user.
17 Jul 2007
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DISCLAIMER BELOW: Sensei Anthony Britton demonstrates how to release a waist grab from behind. IMPORTANT: Please use extreme caution when practicing these moves. Remember that with the right amount of force, you can severely hurt somebody. These techniques are to be used for self-defense purposes only. All self-defense moves and tips are to be used at the risk of the user.
7 Aug 2007
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DISCLAIMER BELOW: Sensei Anthony Britton demonstrates how to get out of a submission where the attacker is on top by utilizing what's called a "hip-heist" to gain an advantage. IMPORTANT: Please use extreme caution when practicing these moves. Remember that with the right amount of force, you can severely hurt somebody. These techniques are to be used for self-defense purposes only. All self-defense moves and tips are to be used at the risk of the user.
21 Aug 2007
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Jujitsu martial arts self defense moves and techniques. Jujitsu for adults and children Long Beach California *******www.LakewoodBudoKai****.
19 Apr 2011
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Martial arts self defense moves and techniques for adults and children. Training in Long Beach California *******www.LakewoodBudoKai****.
30 Aug 2009
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*******www.CloseQuartersCombat**** - To disarm a handgun or pistol for self defense, your timing must be perfect. This handgun disarm technique for a real street fight with a gun reveals a psychological trigger for when to make your self defense move.
3 Dec 2009
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Please visit us at www.azadsmartialarts**** or call us for a FREE class at 530-892-2923 or 530-896-0777. Our classes are fun, safe and non-intimidating for all ages. At Azad's you will get in a great shape and learn effective self defense moves.
7 Aug 2013
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*******www.SelfDefenseKnife****/silat - Best Fighting Style free video that shows you how to Best Fighting Style quickly and easily. Signup Now For Free And Learn How Master Self Defense Moves Easily!
22 Nov 2010
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*******CloseQuartersCombat**** - To end a real street fight quickly, you should know how to knock someone out with one punch or as quickly as possible. This martial arts pressure point self defense move has even been seen used in prison fighting.
24 Mar 2011
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