Roundhouse Kick Tutorial For Beginners and Women’s Self Defense teaches you how to perform the roundhouse kick for self defense situations. Women’s Self Defense moves such as the roundhouse kick are use for defending off attackers with a powerful kick to your attacker’s legs and groin. Roundhouse Kick Tutorial For Beginners and Women’s Self Defense is taught by Ma’am Cheryl Sanders and Master Jonathan Field of Empowered and Cobourg Tae Kwon Do.
Side Kick Tutorial For Beginners and Women’s Self Defense teaches you how to do a taekwondo side kick for self defense. A Good side kick for women’s self defense is a critical kicking skill everyone should have in their self defense moves bag. This side kick tutorial for beginners and women’s self defense is taught by Master Jonathan Field and Ma’am Cheryl Sanders of Empowered and Cobourg Tae Kwon Do.
Snap Kick To The Groin For Beginners and Women’s Self Defense is a powerful self defense strike that causes a lot of pain to the groin and is useful in women’s self defense situations. Snap kick to the groin can be used as a softening strike, a finisher, or a distraction in a given self defense situation. The snap kick to the groin is taught by Ma’am Cheryl Sanders and Master Jonathan Field of Empowered and Cobourg Tae Kwon Do.
Halloween Trick Or Treat Safety Tips for Halloween 2020. Master Jonathan discusses ten Halloween trick or treating safety tips that can help you protect yourself this Halloween night with self defense concepts and self defense techniques. Halloween is a fun time for going trick or treating, Halloween parties, and dressing up in Halloween costumes, but it is important that you know how to defend yourself from an attacker. Follow these Halloween Trick Or Treat Safety tips and you will be better prepared to for any self defense situation.
When you need something to believe in, start with yourself first.
Yes you read that correctly.
You are the one that got you to where you are today.
It was your inner strength that helped you all these years with all the challenges and obstacles that were thrown at you.
It was your determination not to quit every time something got bad or seems too hard.
It was you that taught yourself how to walk and talk when you were just a little baby.
It was your intelligence that got you this far in your life.
It was your self confidence that allowed you to achieve things that others thought you couldn’t.
It is you that is an amazing person.
It was your integrity that allowed you to stand up against the things that were wrong.
It was your acts of courtesy that made others feel good.
It was your self control that kept you calm and collected when it could have been easy to completely loose yourself in the moment.
It was all you. You are the only thing that you need to truly believe in. Others can help you along the way and support you be it’s but to you ultimately. You can beleive in other people but it’s up to them to believe in themselves too.
Help yourself believe in you and help others believe in themselves.
Hmm I think this could also be self defense for your confidence. Believing in yourself early on will help prevent a low self esteem. Keep practicing every day good habits and things that will help yourself believe in you. The more positive things you do and say about yourself the better off you will be. Make sure the positive self talks out weigh or out number the negative things you say about yourself by at least 10 to 1. Avoid negative self talk as much as you can. You are better than that.
When the time to perform arrives, the time to prepare has passed.
I think that is pretty straight forward but let’s just go into a little more depth but not too much.
Basically what this statement is say is that you NEED to do all your preparation before it is time for you to perform. You only get that one moment to perform and you cannot take that time back. All the preparations and hard work happens well before the time to perform happens. You cannot expect to perform well if you didn’t take your preparations seriously.
Let’s look at it from an athletic stand point. If an athlete did not spend the proper amount of time doing their physical conditioning, practicing and training their skills, mental preparations, and nutrition they cannot expect to be the best they can be on the day of competition. They have to be on top of their training in the physical, emotional, spiritual, and nutritional sense. They are 110% focused on what they need to do at that exact moment. They know there is no second chances at competition or at training. Once that moment has passed it’s gone forever.
Or let’s look at a student in school. For a student to do well on a final exam they have to do several things to prepare. They need to focus in class during lectures and have to be engaging with the class. They need to work hard on all assignments and get the best grades possible. They need to study for all the tests and quizzes that are throughout the year. They need to be studying and really learning the material through the year or semester. They do all this and they should do great on the final exam. They realize that doing last second preparations won’t help them any.
Excelling at the moment that you have to perform is a habit of doing your preparatory work all the time! This applies to all aspects of life.