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Self-Defense Tip 26 Realistic Defenses vs. Phony Defenses: Armed Attacks (Club, Hatchet, Blackjack, Knife, Razor)

0share Commonly taught defenses against weapon attacks (with clubs, knives, razors) are even less realistic than those against empty-hand attacks The two previous self-defense tips (tip no. 24 and no. 25) explained why proficiency with the methods of attack is essential for developing working defense skills. The examples given in those two tips were of …

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Self-Defense Tip 25 Realistic Defenses vs. Phony Defenses: Striking and Kicking Attacks

0share If in your practice strikes and kicks are done wrong, your defenses against them will be useless in real fights This self-defense tip continues the issue of the necessity to be proficient in the methods of attack for developing effective defensive skills. In the previous self-defense tip (tip no. 24) I gave an example …

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Self-Defense Tip 24 Realistic Defenses vs. Phony Defenses: Grappling Attacks

0share If in your practice grappling attacks are done wrong, your defenses against them will be useless in real fights Being proficient with the method of an attack is necessary for realistic practice, and thus for acquiring effective self-defense skills. People who do not know what makes attacks work can be persuaded to practice useless …

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