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Surviving a Fight at Close Range
Hand-to-Hand Self Defense

Surviving a Fight at Close Range

In a previously made series of videos, I talked a bit about what one can do in a standing, impact based fight, and gave some tools to stop the fight from turning into...

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Self Defense Against Awkward Clothing Grips In A Street Fight
Hand-to-Hand Self Defense

Self Defense Against Awkward Clothing Grips In A Street Fight

Being a student of both the Jeet Kune Do philosophy and framework, I always appreciate efficiency. In an homage to efficiency, today’s article will kill two birds...

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7 Self Defense Techniques to Stop an Opponent from Overwhelming You
Hand-to-Hand Self Defense

7 Self Defense Techniques to Stop an Opponent from Overwhelming You

This is an article on basic concepts and self defense techniques. Novice fighters pay close attention! The techniques discusses in this article can be applied to any...

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Self Defense Fact or Fiction: Wrist Grabs
Hand-to-Hand Self Defense

Self Defense Fact or Fiction: Wrist Grabs

In this first installation in a series of articles about martial arts “myths”, we’re going to look a little at wrist grabs. There is a lot of skepticism,...

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Surprise Bear Hug! – Self Defense Follow Up
Hand-to-Hand Self Defense

Surprise Bear Hug! – Self Defense Follow Up

Getting grabbed unexpectedly is one of the most important situations anyone can train for from a self defense perspective. This is due to both the likelihood from a...

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Adding Some Elbow Grease To Your Takedown Defense
Hand-to-Hand Self Defense

Adding Some Elbow Grease To Your Takedown Defense

There is a saying in the self defense community that most fights happen in the space of a phone booth. I suppose it depends on where you identify the beginning of a...

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Acting First Instead of Striking First: Self Defense Situations that Call for Restraint
Hand-to-Hand Self Defense

Acting First Instead of Striking First: Self Defense Situations that Call for Restraint

I left off in last year’s article Self Defense and Jiu Jitsu 2.0 and discuss a particular technique that is a very successful go-to for controlling a number of...

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