Footwork is one of the most critical aspects of self-defense, as it allows you to maintain proper balance, move quickly, and avoid potential attacks. By mastering footwork techniques, you can create distance between yourself and an attacker, improve your reaction time, and enhance your ability to counterattack effectively. Join us as we explore the importance of footwork in self-defense and demonstrate some basic footwork techniques that you can practice to improve your self-defense skills.
The jab is one of the most fundamental punches in boxing and is equally important in self-defense situations. The jab can be used to create distance, gauge an opponent’s range, and set up other punches. It is also a quick and effective tool for keeping an attacker at bay and defending against incoming attacks.
The cross is a powerful punch that can deliver a significant amount of force and is an essential tool in self-defense situations. It can be used to follow up a jab, land a finishing blow, and defend against incoming attacks. The cross is a fundamental punch in boxing and should be practiced regularly to improve technique and power.
The lead hook is a powerful and versatile punch that can be used to target an opponent’s head or body. It is an essential tool in close-range fighting and can be used to set up other punches or defend against incoming attacks. The lead hook is a fundamental punch in boxing and should be practiced regularly to improve technique and power.
The rear hook is a powerful punch that can generate a significant amount of force and is an essential tool in self-defense situations. It is often used to deliver a knockout blow or defend against incoming attacks. The rear hook is a fundamental punch in boxing and should be practiced regularly to improve technique and power.
The side headlock is a common attack in self-defense situations, and it can be challenging to escape, especially when an attacker is throwing punches. In this video, we will demonstrate effective techniques for defending against the side headlock and escaping the attack while minimizing the impact of incoming punches.
In this video we see the defense to the hair pull. Keys to this move are keeping the opponents grabbing hand tight to your head so that they cannot control you. Next you will want to get your armpit over the elbow in order to force your opponent to the ground.
In this video, we will demonstrate how to use the Umpa escape to get out of mount in a self-defense situation. Mount is a vulnerable position where an attacker is sitting on top of you, pinning you to the ground. It is essential to know how to escape from this position to defend yourself effectively.
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