“The goal of an effective self-defense move should be: maximum effect for the minimum effort required to execute the defense technique.”
Krav Maga. Karate. Tai Kwon Do. Along with a slew of others. It can all be a little confusing to decipher. The list of formal martial arts specialties seems to be growing year after year.
But don’t let the foreign names and fancy moves overwhelm you when it comes to everyday self-defense. You are not going to need to whip out a Bruce Lee move, when a car jacker grabs you through the driver’s side window.
Any and all effective self-defense training for the real world should meet these 4 Easy Requirements:
1. Easy to Learn
2. Easy to Recall
3. Easy for Any Age
4. Easy for Any Body Type
Let’s look at each of these in more detail, but it’s important to emphasize that any self defense training is only as good as the amount of practice you commit to. Practice. Practice. Practice.
⭐Easy To Learn⭐
⭐Easy to Recall⭐
⭐Easy for Any Age⭐
⭐Easy for Any Body Type⭐
“Many police departments and college campus safety divisions offer free self-defense classes to the public.”
⭐Don't Overcomplicate Things⭐
I encourage you to not over complicate your self-defense training. You don’t need to pay hundreds of dollars for a complicated, 6-week course.
Many local police departments offer excellent self-defense classes for free or a very nominal cost. The challenge will be to make sure that you continue practicing the techniques after you take the class.
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