Ma’am Cheryl and Master Jonathan go over Two Defenses Against Knife Held To Your Throat. They go over how to defend against a knife from a few different hand positions. Learning defenses against a knife is an important part of your elf defense training you should never overlook. Dealing with a threat of a knife is very dangerous and knowing how to defend against a knife could possible ave your life someday.
This video goes over clinches and holds in these beginner sparring drills. It is important for a beginner to get grabbed during sparring drills to get you use to having someone in your personal space, which can be quite uncomfortable for most. Learning how to do clinches and holds teaches you how to control someone else as well as how to escape these sparring techniques. These sparring drills can really help you develop good self defense skills assailants trying to control you. Clinches and holds are an element in most styles of sparring. As we all know, in order to be really good at defending yourself, sparring training is a key element. Sparring in itself is unpredictable as most self defense situations are. Martial Arts styles such as taekwondo, where you do a lot of sparring, are more practical for self defense because you aren’t just drilling with theory. You actually learn what sparring skills and self defense skills work for you. This is a key point we teach in our self defense for women workshops.
Learn How To Escape from Wrists being pinned to the ground shows you a basic trap and roll variation to escape a mounted assailant who has pinned your wrists to the ground. Being on the bottom on the ground with your wrist pinned is one of the last places you want to find yourself. Learning and practicing these basic self defense concepts and self defense techniques will help prepare to deal with this situation if it were to ever occur. We teach this self defense move in our self defense for women workshops and seminars because it’s one of the situations most women fear.
Kicking Only Beginner Sparring Drills is a fun way to practice your kicking skills in more structured beginner-friendly sparring drills. Kicking in itself is a powerful striking asset to have during sparring matches as well in self defense situations. A lot of times, beginners get caught up with just using their hands to block and strike as it feels more natural but kicking is an essential element to be well rounded in both sparring and defending yourself. The legs can do so much more than you realize. Kicking sparring drills gives you the ability to control your sparring opponents or assailants by controlling distance, as well as using the kicks to disable your opponent and create opportunities to escape any given situation.
Sparring in itself is unpredictable as most self defense situations are. Martial Arts styles such as taekwondo, where you do a lot of sparring, are more practical for self defense because you aren’t just drilling with theory. You actually learn what sparring skills and self defense skills work for you. This is a key point we teach in our self defense for women workshops.\
Ma’am Cheryl and Master Jonathan go over a few front choke defenses you should know in case you ever find yourself in a self-defense situation where someone is choking you and you have to defend yourself. Being choked is a real threat you have to deal with right away as you can pass out from lack of oxygen pretty quickly. Your top priority when being choked is to deal with the front choke with choke defense techniques to clear the airway so you can breathe before you can apply other defense techniques to create opportunities to escape the situation.
Learn Five Halloween Self Defense Moves that every Teen and Young Girl should know to help protect themselves from a potential attacker while out trick or treating. Halloween is a fun time to get dressed up in your favorite costumes and go out with your friends to have a good time. Because of the nature of Halloween being at night while it is dark out and everyone is wearing Halloween costumes, there is a bit of a higher risk of potential dangers out there, and knowing some basic self defense moves and tips can help prevent encountering some of these potential dangers.
Let us show you How To Defend Someone Shoving You In The Face with a few basic self defense techniques that are simple to learn and practice. Someone shoving you in the face is not a nice feeling and is used as a power move. This video will shows you how to defend against the shove both using simple martial art blocks and self defense strikes in order to create an opportunity to leave the self defense situation as soon as you can.
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How To Use A Water Bottle To Defend Yourself is a self defense topic most would never think about. A plastic water bottle or metal water bottle can be used quite effectively against an attacker or assailant in a self defense situation. Using basic self defense strikes using the water bottle as the striking surface, you can create openings and opportunities to escape from your attacker and get away to go get help. This video cover a few self defense scenarios where the water bottle can be used as a self defense weapon.
Learn 3 easy Kickboxing Focus Mitt Drills you can use in your self defense and fitness training. Training Kickboxing focus mitt drills is a great way to work on self defense strikes while improving your fitness and reducing your stress built up all day. Plus it’s a great way to spend quality time with a partner or family member. This video covers moving back and switch roundhouse kick using the kickboxing combination of jab, cross, roundhouse kick, back kick.
One-step sparring drills are great beginner sparring drills to start with for newbies to martial arts and sparring because they teach you specific defenses and counter strikes to specific attacks thrown at you in a controlled manner. You learn how to block certain techniques with specific blocks and evading techniques and counter with predetermined striking combinations. These are good for both sparring matches in your sparring class as well as for self defense. One step sparring teaches a beginner to develop their muscle memory by drilling their various punches and kicks. These sparring drills are used both for sparring applications and for self defense situations.
Sparring in itself is unpredictable as most self defense situations are. Martial Arts styles such as taekwondo, where you do a lot of sparring, are more practical for self defense because you aren’t just drilling with theory. You actually learn what sparring skills and self defense skills work for you. This is a key point we teach in our self defense for women workshops.