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This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to defend yourself and any person in any place, situation and time by applying only limited knowledge and ordinary items as weapons. The modern world is not always safe for people. There will always be those who will try to take the money, belongings or even the lives of others. Women are also at risk of being raped and most of them were killed trying to defend themselves. For such reasons, various military organizations, police departments and martial arts schools formulated self-defense techniques. Here are some things that you are going to learn • Hand to hand self-defense • Vulnerable point self-defense • Ground control self-defense • Joint-lock self-defense • Common self-defense mistakes to avoid • And much much more... Self defense! Will reassure and make you feel freer, safer and less vulnerable. It is packed with sensible and practical advice on how to avoid danger, whether you are in the street, in the home, at work or travelling. It suggests strategies you can use when faced with potentially difficult or dangerous situations and, in the unlikely event that your prevention techniques fail, it tells you what you should do if you are attacked.
Step-by-step instructions and over 300 photographs allow the trainee to follow and learn the techniques with ease. The ideal weapon for self-defense is a stick. To find a comprehensive system of techniques using the stick, we must turn to the East, for systems known to the West have fallen into disuse. In this book, the techniques of Kukishin Ryu—an ancient Japanese method—have been updated and adapted for use today. A thorough grounding in the fundamentals dealt with here will enable you to disarm and control any assailant. CONTENTS Section 1: Basic Movements Section 2: Techniques against First Attack Section 3: Techniques against Foot Attacks Section 4: Techniques against Wrist Holding Section 5: Techniques against Sleeve and Lapel Holding Section 6: Techniques against Seizure from Behind Section 7: Techniques against Stick Holding Section 8: Immobilizations
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Self Defense for Women - Tips, Techniques and Methods to Protect Yourself Table of Contents Introduction Mental Attitude Towards Violence How to Stop from Panicking? Facing Your Attacker Rules to Protect Yourself Going Out to a Party? When You Are Walking What If You Are Being Followed? Traveling on Your Own Traveling in Your Car Relationships Going Wrong No Means No To drink Or Not to Drink; That Is the Question Learning How to Fight Back How to Protect Yourself Against Grabs Conclusion Author Bio Bonus Content Introduction Chapter 1 Does a Woman Need a Gun for Self-defense? Chapter 2 What type of gun is for me? Chapter 3 How to get started Chapter 4 The Cardinal Rules of Gun Safety Chapter 5 Parts of a Gun Chapter 6 Learning to Fire your Gun Chapter 7 Practical Shooting – the sport Chapter 8 When you are under attack Chapter 9 Additional Safety Precautions Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction Did you know that since the beginning of time, women and children have always been the focus of violence, especially brutality at the hands of their fellow beings? The cases of crimes against women and children have been a part of social life for centuries, and that is why self-defense against such incidents have also been a part of training and upbringing in many parts of the world down the ages. Different items for self-defense have been used down the centuries, by different peoples, and also training to protect oneself from harm has also been the way of life. However, such warrior training was stopped in the 19th and 20th century in many parts of the West, because people were more concerned about training their children either for a profession or for taking care of a family. That is why these self-defense and body strengthening exercises slowly and steadily went out of a normal day to day’s activities. From the 16th century onward, the idea began to be promulgated, that it was the man’s job to protect the woman, and it was sinful for a woman to think of anything to protect herself, because she was doing something which was contrary to her nature. Well, these were the dark ages.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to defend yourself and any person in any place, situation and time by applying only limited knowledge and ordinary items as weapons. The modern world is not always safe for people. There will always be those who will try to take the money, belongings or even the lives of others. Women are also at risk of being raped and most of them were killed trying to defend themselves. For such reasons, various military organizations, police departments and martial arts schools formulated self-defense techniques. Here are some things that you are going to learn - Hand to hand self-defense - Vulnerable point self-defense - Ground control self-defense - Joint-lock self-defense - Common self-defense mistakes to avoid - And much much more... Self defense! Will reassure and make you feel freer, safer and less vulnerable. It is packed with sensible and practical advice on how to avoid danger, whether you are in the street, in the home, at work or travelling. It suggests strategies you can use when faced with potentially difficult or dangerous situations and, in the unlikely event that your prevention techniques fail, it tells you what you should do if you are attacked.
"Get tough, get down in the gutter, win at all costs... I teach what is called 'Gutter Fighting.' There's no fair play, no rules except one: kill or be killed." - W.E. Fairbairn Learn self-defense from one of the most badass hand-to-hand combat experts the world has ever seen! W. E. Fairbairn is an absolute legend in the world of martial arts. He is credited with inventing the SWAT team, riot police, bullet-proof vest, and the Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife used to this day by Special Forces, Marines, and Armies around the world. After enlisting in the British Royal Marines at age 16, Fairbairn spent the years between 1903 and 1907 stationed in Japan and Korea eagerly studying every form of martial art he came across. Fairbairn then accepted a position as a patrolman with the Shanghai Municipal Police department, which, in the early days of the 20th Century, was struggling against seemingly endless swarms of organized criminals and violent gangsters. Tasked with training the underfunded department, Fairbairn wove together his military training, mastery of Eastern martial arts, and everything he learned from personal experience street-fighting deadly criminals into a new style of no-holds-barred, 'gutter-fighting' called Defendu. In the 35 years he spent walking the streets of Shanghai, Fairbairn allegedly survived over 600 physical engagements, the violence of which left his body covered head-to-toe with the scars of knife and bullet wounds. Upon leaving Shanghai Fairbairn accepted a job to train elite agents for the British Secret Service in anticipation of WWII. Written in 1931, after 20 years on the gritty, lawless streets of Shanghai, Scientific Self-Defense is a no-nonsense guide to protecting yourself by any means necessary against any conceivable assailant. With hundreds of diagrams and photos illustrating Defendu's time-honored defensive maneuvers and brutal retaliatory attacks, Scientific Self-Defense will teach you everything you need to know about kicking ass and taking names!
Written by a former Survival Instructor of the SAS, The SAS Self-Defence Manual provides easy-to-follow, illustrated instructions on coping with all kinds of threatening situations, from muggings to knife attacks. The author teaches you strategies for both avoiding conflict and getting out of a dangerous situation quickly and safely. Learn how mental attitude, body language, assertiveness, and the ability to overcome fear can prevent you from becoming a prime target for criminals. Learn which parts of the body are the most effective weapons in fending off an attacker, and which are the most likely targets for attack. Defend yourself from sudden grabs, strangles, weapons, and road rage. And find out how to deliver the SAS five-second knockout, a defence previously available only to British SAS Special Forces soldiers. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs and instructive artworks and including expert advice throughout, The SAS Self-Defence Manual is a comprehensive guide to self-defence for both men and women.
In the study of unconventional warfare, few names carry as much weight as Michael D. Echanis. The shadowy hand-to-hand combat pioneer died under mysterious circumstances, but before meeting a violent, fiery death in an unexplained plane crash in Nicaragua, he penned Knife Self-Defence for Combat, the definitive guide to controlling and disarming a knife attacker and a must-have for any paramilitary operative. Previously unavailable to the general public on the open market, this modern mercenary's favorite contains more than 30 fully illustrated techniques.
A brilliant study of violent self-defense in the struggle for liberation by an award-winning philosopher Is violent self-defense ethical? In the history of colonialism, racism, sexism, capitalism, there has long been a dividing line between bodies "worthy of defending" and those who have been disarmed and rendered defenseless. In 1685, for example, France's infamous "Code Noir" forbade slaves from carrying weapons, under penalty of the whip. In nineteenth-century Algeria, the colonial state outlawed the use of arms by Algerians, but granted French settlers the right to bear arms. Today, some lives are seen to be worth so little that Black teenagers can be shot in the back for appearing "threatening" while their killers are understood, by the state, to be justified. That those subject to the most violence have been forcibly made defenseless raises, for any movement of liberation, the question of using violence in the interest of self-defense. Here, philosopher Elsa Dorlin looks across the global history of the left - from slave revolts to the knitting women of the French Revolution and British suffragists' training in ju-jitsu, from the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising to the Black Panther Party, from queer neighborhood patrols to Black Lives Matter, to trace the politics, philosophy, and ethics of self defense. In this history she finds a "martial ethics of the self": a practice in which violent self defense is the only means for the oppressed to ensure survival and to build a liveable future. In this sparkling and provocative book, drawing on theorists from Thomas Hobbes to Fred Hampton, Frantz Fanon to Judith Butler, Michel Foucault to June Jordan, Dorlin has reworked the very idea of modern governance and political subjectivity. Translated from the French by Kieran Aarons.