What Is The Best Self Defense Weapon? We discuss in this video what is the best weapon to use for self defense and why? The answer might surprise you what we chose as the best self defense gadget that you can carry on you and is legal everywhere. Knowing how to defend yourself is important and knowing what to use is just as important for your personal safety.
Introducing the Self Defense Keychain and How To Use The Kubaton self defense keychain with your other self defense moves and self defense strikes to develop a good self defense strategy to defend yourself against an attacker. The kubaton is simple to use and easy to carry in your hand while you go to and from your car, home, work, or school. Acts both as a self defense weapon and a tool for deterrence against potential attackers.
This video goes over Ma’am Cheryl’s Top 3 Self Defense Strikes that she goes to most of the time when practicing self defense drills and when teaching women’s self defense classes. These 3 self defense strikes include elbow strikes, knee strikes, and punches and throat strikes used for self defense situations where you need to strike your attacker.
This video discusses The Truth about Groin Strikes For Self Defense and goes over when to use groin strikes for self defense, and how to set up groin strikes and kicks to the groin. Also explains how groin strikes and kicks to the groin should be for self defense only. Never to be used for any other reason.
Ma’am Cheryl Sanders and Master Jonathan Field of Empowered strive to help women and young girls build confidence and find their inner strength through defense and empowerment training. They teach self defense for women, safety tips for women, women empowerment, and provide women’s self defense workshops, online self defense tutorials, and fitness training. Check out the links below for more women’s self defense techniques, safety tips, and much more…
Miyagi Do Karate Training For Defense Only, is this a Good Thing or a Bad Thing? This is what we disucss in today’s video on Miyagi Do Karate Training and whether or not you should solely rely on defense only or should you train for offense as well when it comes to self defense training? Miyagi Do Karate is a traditional martial art based on self defense but should one also focus on developing good offensive techniques as well?