SELF DEFENSE TRAINING
Self Defense Training – You Need to Know to Survive a Street Attack!
All the best martial artists have studied world wide incorporate the different variety and ways to win fights. Self defense training increases physical fitness and muscular endurance levels too. Today I would like to talk about reality based self defense tips showing you how to win a street fight:
Here are five rules on self defense training:
#1 –... [Read more of this review]
What Does Self-Defense Training Really Train?
Defensive Intelligence: Have you trained your amygdala lately?
Have you ever been startled by a spider or snake or maybe someone abruptly yelling for no reason? What if I told you that your physical reaction to that startling event had a very foundational role in self-defense?
The first dot from which all other dots in the self-defense picture get... [Read more of this review]
What Is the Best Self Defense Training?
More and more people today would like to learn how to defend themselves. It might be true that some people are more vulnerable than others because of where they live or work or the time of the day when they are active. Despite this, the fact is that an attack can take place anywhere, anytime.
This is the main problem you face when it comes to self... [Read more of this review]
Reality-Based Self-Defense Training – 19 Principles That Will Save Your Life
When it comes to your personal protection, the program you choose to study, the way you train, and the person who teaches you, all determine how well, and even IF, you will be successful in a real-world self-defense encounter. When seeking out a defensive tactics program, you must remember that you’re not shopping for a piece of furniture where,... [Read more of this review]
Martial Arts and Self Defense Training – a Breathing Technique For Martial Arts Training – Nogare
Martial arts training emphasizes proper breathing techniques. Nogare breathing is specific to karate but can be included in any style. As always, consult with a doctor before beginning any new exercise regimen.
Stand straight up with the feet shoulder width apart, and with the arms hanging relaxed at the sides.
Take a deep breath in... [Read more of this review]
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