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Jarek (Jerry) Slagowski has over 30 years of experience in combat sports and self defense. He holds black belts in karate and judo and is a certified boxing coach with USA Boxing, Inc. He was born and raised in city of Elblag in northern Poland. At age 14 he started to train in judo, and soon after started training in Kyokushin Karate in the Elblag Combat Sports Club. While practicing karate, he also became interested in western boxing, and began to study that art as well. Showing almost unheard of natural ability, Jarek was soon competing in the world-famous full contact Kyokushin Karate Tournaments and Championships in Europe. In addition, Jerry and his colleagues competed in the sport karate of World Union of the Karatedo Organizations. At that time, the new combat sport of kickboxing was becoming very popular all over the world. Jarek Slagowski was one of the pioneers of the sport in Poland. In 1983, while still actively competing, Jerry became a professional trainer at the Elblag Combat Sports Club sponsored by the Sport Department of the national government. Jerry quickly found he was a gifted teacher. In 1986, Jerry and his Club Team won the Polish Karate Championship at the Nationals, and the Silver Medal at the Polish Kickboxing Nationals. Jerry quickly became known as a world-class instructor. He had the rare combination of being someone who won tournaments, as well as having the ability to teach his students to win. He became so highly regarded, the Army hired him to be a Combat Instructor with the Reconnaissance Unit. In addition, he and his instructors developed extensive self defense programs for men and women taught at the Elblag Combat Sports Club. In 1989 Jarek Slagowski came to the United States. He lived in Bayonne, New Jersey where he opened a Combat Sports School at the YMCA. While running the Combat Sports School, Jerry competed in many bare-knuckles karate tournaments like the American Open in Rochester, NY. Having a desire to constantly master new disciplines, he also trained in Thai boxing. While living in Bayonne, Jerry worked part time as a bouncer. The club was in a very rough section, and it was not uncommon for several fights to break out on a nightly basis. He was often confronted with more than one opponent, sometimes with beer bottles, stools, or pool sticks (as well as the occasional knife) as weapons. In that environment, you quickly learn which techniques are effective and which are not, because one mistake could possibly cost you your life. In 1998, after moving to central New Jersey, Jerry opened the Senki Gym at the Health & Racquetball Club in Green Brook, NJ (later becoming the Eclipse Center). In Green Brook, Jerry has trained competitive fighters for boxing, kickboxing, and submission grappling. In addition, he is the corner man for his fighters as well as other professional fighters. He also teaches people who practice combat sports primarily for the outstanding fitness benefits. His students compete at boxing, kickboxing, and UFC events as well as Grapplers Quest and NAGA tournaments. They achieved various honors from winning the silver medal at the USA WKA Nationals to making it to the New Jersey Golden Gloves finals. During the years in Green Brook, Jerry further developed specialized self defense programs that he taught at the gym. Individualized programs were designed both for men and women for protection and survival in attack situations
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Shifu Giel Puts a Shaolin Martial Arts master from Roermond in the Netherlands conducted a Yang tai Chi Chuan Workshop and some selfdefense applications. The form is called Yang Tai Chi Dao and there where some selfdefense applications. Giel Puts also has his own martial arts school called Luohan Fangfa in Roermond the Netherlands. Shifu Giel Puts was a student of Shaolin Warrior Monk Shi Sugang, Shi Su Gang from Shaolin Temple in China
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ladies self-defense boxing
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Episode two. Takedown. A series showing selfdefense moves that anyone can use.
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*******www.GuideForYouTrust****/selfdefense -- Self Defense We are not going to waste Our time with a bunch of garbage about “why self defense is important” and all that. We should already know that it's everyone's right and responsibility to be able to protect themselves and those they love. WANTING To Protect Yourself And Your Loved Ones Is One Thing - Knowing HOW To Be A "Protector" When You're Unarmed & Outnumbered Is Another! To learn more about Self Defense, please visit: *******www.GuideForYouTrust****/selfdefense
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Visit - '''www.StreetFightUncaged****''' - Shows russian soldiers training self defence techniques
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Look and learn self defence. It might come handy if you are attacked.
20 Apr 2006
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What to do when attacked from behind.
30 Jul 2006
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Visit - '''www.StreetFightUncaged****''' - Sebastian "Bas" Rutten is a Dutch mixed martial arts fighter and color commentator. He was a three time King of Pancrase, former Ultimate Fighting Championship Heavyweight Champion, and is a certified MTBN Thai Boxing instructor, Pancrase instructor, a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Kyokushin and a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.
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Visit - '''www.StreetFightUncaged****''' - Self-defense against an armed enemy, very useful...
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The little dude cracks up...
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Silat is a Malay Martial Art practised by the Malays of South-East Asian Nations namely Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei and Southern Thailand. This video shows two young Malay ladies taking part in a Silat (Malay Martial Art) performance and championship which was held in Singapore.
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Visit - '''www.StreetFightUncaged****''' - Master self defense overnite.
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Girl beats 2 guys and run away
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