The thing about self-defense is that you don’t need it until you absolutely need it. It is difficult to be prepared for as the intensity of that sort of situation is very hard to mimic. Self-defense isn’t winning fights. It’s self-preservation. It’s getting away. If a person wants to take your wallet, it might ruin your week, but it won’t have the lasting and painful effects of being assaulted. With that in mind, the goal of self-defense is often to discourage the assailant to the point that the effort or pain is not worth the pursuit.
I, along with pretty much everyone on the planet who has practiced full-contact martial arts for an extended period of time, am sickened by the invention of weekend self-defense courses and the like. The sale of self-defense as a buzzword or health trend is ignorant at best. It would be nice if we could download the necessary skills as if we were in the Matrix, making us able to execute them under pressure after just a few repetitions. However, this is not reality. In order to be able to pull off anything in a high-pressure situation, we need practice. Lots of practice.
In this video, you’ll find a way to get back on your feet in a fight. Training yourself and practicing will certainly increases your chances of success.
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