How To Escape From Wrists Being Pinned To The Ground | Self Defense For Women

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.

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Kicking Only Beginner Sparring Drills | Self Defense For Women

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.\

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Fake Martial Arts World Records

In this video, Master Jonathan Field discusses Fake Martial Arts World Records and what is all involved in doing a legitimate world record in martial arts. But particularly in martial arts breaking. Most world records in martial arts have to do with breaking boards, breaking concrete, or breaking baseball bats as they are quantifiable in both amount of breaking material broken as well as the amount of time it takes to do a world record. Master Jonathan discusses what to look for in a legitimate world record and what is not a martial arts world record.

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Halloween Safety Tips For Teens And Girls

Halloween Safety Tips For Teens And Girls that will help teach you how to avoid and defend against potential dangers while out trick or treating or out at a Halloween Party with your friends. Halloween is a fun night to go out trick or treating, go to a Halloween party, and dress up in Halloween costumes. During all of this fun and chaos, potential dangers could come up, and knowing these Halloween safety tips for teens and girls will make Halloween a bit safer for you.

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Is Taekwondo Hard To Learn? | Starting Martial Arts Training

Is Taekwondo Hard To Learn? Master Jonathan discusses whether taekwondo is hard to learn or is taekwondo training hard? He goes over both sides of the question in detail. Hee breaks down how anyone can learn taekwondo and how there are various degrees of difficulty in taekwondo training, and that it is you who decides how easy or hard training is and how easy or harder to learn taekwondo and martial arts.



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Taekwondo Kicking Bag Training | Taekwondo Kicking Drills

Master Jonathan goes over Taekwondo Kicking Bag Training using a Century Heavy Bag. He discusses and demonstrates some basic taekwondo kicking drills you can practice at your taekwondo school or during your at-home training. Almost any style of martial arts can benefit from a few basic kicking drills on a heavy bag.

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Taekwondo Heavy Bag Training | Taekwondo – Kickboxing – Boxing

Master Jonathan talks about Taekwondo Heavy Bag Training and how you can use a heavy bag in your taekwondo training. Heavy bags can be used to train taekwondo kicking, boxing combinations, kickboxing combinations, as well as self defense strikes like punches, kicks, elbow strikes, knee strikes, and so forth. Training on a taekwondo heavy bag is also a great way to train conditioning, cardio, and impact training.

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Taekwondo Training Equipment

Master Jonathan goes over the Taekwondo Training Equipment that his students and taekwondo black belts use in their training in taekwondo classes at Cobourg Tae Kwon Do. Taekwondo is a fun and dynamic martial arts that utilizes a variety of martial arts training equipment such as kicking paddles, focus mitts, body shields, boxing heavy bags, mma ground and pound bags, striking pads, and much more.

This provides the taekwondo students and black belts a variety of training methods that helps improves coordination, strength, power, endurance, cardio, flexibility, mobility, and agility, It also helps keeps the training fun and exciting so you want to come to class and keep up with your training.

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3 Beginner Kickboxing Focus Mitt Drills | Part 12 of 12 | Self Defense For Women

Learn 3 Beginner Kickboxing Focus Mitt Drills you can use to help with your self defense and fitness training. Kickboxing focus mitt drills are an excellent way to work on self defense strikes while improving your fitness and reducing your stress. Plus it’s a great way to spend sosme quality time with a partner. This video covers, the switch round, and double jabs adding onto the jab punch, rear roundhouse kick, cross punch, lead leg roundhouse kick.

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10 Reasons To Start Training In A Striking Martial Arts First

Master Jonathan Field goes over 10 Reasons To Start Training In A Striking Martial Arts First versus starting with grappling-based martial arts. Why you should start with taekwondo, kickboxing, karate, or boxing versus jiu jitsu, judo, aikido, and so on. Master Jonathan discusses the reasoning behind his educated opinion. But ultimately he believes that everyone should do martial arts regardless of style. What what you like.

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