Self-Defense Tip 127 What Videos Teach to Stop Knife Attacks Using a Telescopic Umbrella

What videos will teach me how to defend myself and disarm attackers with weapons, such as knives

A customer’s question:
What videos will teach me how to defend myself using the short telescopic umbrella? I mean, including disarming attackers with weapons, such as knives.

My answer:
For teachable people, watching the video Self-Defense Tools of Attack even once, is enough to learn how to use any short blunt weapon, including the Unbreakable® Telescopic Umbrella Model U-212s. It shows drills for perfect movement mechanics and tactics with a short club, small axe, and some other weapons. The tactics shown are for people comfortable launching continuous striking attacks, a hail of strikes, whether for offense or defense. So, Self-Defense Tools of Attack teaches striking, full-power, yet near impossible to intercept, and no jabbing, no poking, just smashing. A quote from a customer’s review sums it: “What an economy of movements! With each weapon G.S. shows a domino of destruction progressing from peripheral targets to lights out in a second.”

Self-Defense Tools of Attack video trailer

Another system that is worth learning is Floro Fighting Systems’ Essential Military Stick 2 (see info in Self-Defense Tip #122 — Good Advice from Reviewers of Unbreakable® Umbrellas). The system is not as simple as the one shown on Self-Defense Tools of Attack, it includes pokes and a greater variety of strikes, and so requires more practice, but it gives you better options for deescalation, and even deniability. In my opinion it is the overall best system for short blunt weapons, like batons, collapsible umbrellas, and rolled newspapers. The Unbreakable® Telescopic Umbrella goes very well with this system, as a customer points out, “As soon as I ordered my Unbreakable Umbrella and before it arrived I had already watched the Floro Fighting Systems’ Essential Military Stick 2 training videos which came with my Unbreakable Umbrella purchase at a hugely discounted price. The entire training was about an hour and broken up into several parts for easy and fast viewing right on my phone. The instructor, Ray Floro, is fun to watch and informative. His system of fighting is straight to the point and easy to follow. This system is a great value which pairs great with the Unbreakable Umbrella.”

BTW, readers of this post may get a discount coupon on the Floro Fighting Systems’ Essential Military Stick 2. For links to full info on the system and for a coupon code, see Self-Defense Tip #122 — Good Advice from Reviewers of Unbreakable® Umbrellas.
I don’t get any affiliate fees from Raymond Floro or from Floro Fighting Systems. I share with you info on the above-mentioned video course because I know his experience-based no-nonsense self-defense works.

Floro Fighting Systems’ Essential Military Stick 2 video trailer

You may combine the two systems, and unleash a hail of strikes (Self-Defense Tools of Attack) from any guard and stance of the Floro Fighting Systems’ Essential Military Stick 2.

Whichever of the two systems, or both, you choose to practice, learn to deploy the umbrella in a tactically sound way, as shown in the below videos.

How to deploy the Unbreakable® Telescopic Umbrella U-212s in a tactically sound way

Self-Defense with the Unbreakable® Telescopic Umbrella U-212s
Note that in the above video the demo of the self-defense application is done as if the defender were “caught on the back foot,” with the attacker having the initiative. That was done deliberately, to demonstrate how to regain initiative lost due to inadequate anticipation. You, however, should prevent giving up this much initiative so follow the advice in Self-Defense Tip #126 (see comments too), and in Self-Defense Tip #49.

Recommended reading:
Self-Defense Tip #107 — Self-Defense with an Unbreakable® Telescopic Umbrella
Self-Defense Tip #122 — Good Advice from Reviewers of Unbreakable® Umbrellas

Applying any of the techniques mentioned above is your sole responsibility.

Neither Never-Thought-of-It LLC nor the author of this self-defense tip, nor persons pictured in this self-defense tip, make any representation, warranty, or guarantee that the techniques described or shown in this tip will be safe, effective, or legal in any self-defense situation or otherwise.

The reader or viewer assumes all risks and hazards of injury or death to herself, himself, or others, as well as any resultant liability for the use of the techniques and methods contained in this self-defense tip.

Specific self-defense responses demonstrated or described in this self-defense tip may not be justified in certain situations in light of all the circumstances or under the applicable federal, state, or local law. Neither Never-Thought-of-It LLC nor the author of this self-defense tip makes any representation or warranty regarding the legality or appropriateness of any techniques described or demonstrated in this self-defense tip.

Self-defense tip from Thomas Kurz, co-author of Basic Instincts of Self-Defense and author of Science of Sports Training, Stretching Scientifically, and Flexibility Express.

The Unbreakable Umbrella -- better than a cane, keeps the rain off, whacks like a steel pipe.

Self-Defense Moves

Basic Instincts of Self-Defense - Defenses Against Unarmed Attacks DVD

For your defense moves to work under stress they must be based on your natural, instinctive reactions, require little strength and limited range of motion, and be proven in fighting experience.

To learn how your natural reactions can instantly defeat any unarmed attack, see the video Basic Instincts of Self-Defense.

Defend Against Weapons

Self-Defense: Tools of Attack DVD

To defend against weapons you have to know how they are used. Also — every stick has two ends … the weapon of attack may become a weapon of defense in your hand …

To learn how the typical street weapons (club, knife, razor) are used by an experienced streetfighter and how to practice with them, see the video Self-Defense: Tools of Attack — Club, Hatchet, Blackjack, Knife, Straight Razor.

Mental Toughness

Gold Medal Mental Workout - One CD, PDF Book, & mp3/iPod Recordings

Staying cool under pressure is more important for self-defense than being physically fit and technically skilled. If you can’t control your mind what can you control?

To learn mental techniques that let you calmly face any threat and act rationally in the heat of a fight, click here.

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