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Black Belt Hall of Fame recipient and 2008 Industry Award Winner for BEST WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE, Dr. Ruthless brings her down ‘n dirty methods online! A veteran women’s self defense expert –and a frontrunner in the original armored attacker system, Model Mugging– she is known for her no-nonsense methods, emotional depth (Soalt is also a former psychotherapist), and fierce fighting skills. Dr. Ruthless calls for all women to unearth their innate survival instincts and get this savage know-how back online. This inaugural video focuses on essential fight-back principles when nothing else will do but an explosive counterattack. Select footage from Soalt’s acclaimed Fierce & Female DVD combine with narration to best illustrate the physical, emotional and spiritual realites of “what it takes” to escape a much larger creature intent on harm — including such themes as how to deliver penetrating power, morph your body into a weapon, and effectively harness the electrifying charge of fear and adrenaline. Dr. Ruthless has been featured on national media and brings a unique voice and brand to women’s self defense. Stay tuned for more … For info on Fierce & Female DVD go to: Search Result Page – Product Catalog – Paladin Press To visit Dr. Ruthless online go to: www.dr-ruthless.com NEW!!! DR RUTHLESS NOW ON FACE BOOK! COME ON OVER & BECOME MY FAN: www.facebook.com
UPDATE: After deliberating for 9 hours the jury came back with the verdict of Not Guilty on all charges. It seems the jury seen this as a case of self defense. For more information visit tinyurl.com Arkansas’ self defense law is based on the person’s reasonable belief that they or a third party are about to become a victim of the unlawful use of force committed by another. If they believe they or the third party is about to be seriously injured or killed then deadly force can be used in their defense. The law is based on force, not weapon usage, and the person can use greater force if they reasonably believe it is necessary to prevent the pending harm. This shooting was justified under these Arkansas Laws: 5-2-606. Use of physical force in defense of a person. (a) (1) A person is justified in using physical force upon another person to defend himself or herself or a third person from what the person reasonably believes to be the use or imminent use of unlawful physical force by that other person, and the person may use a degree of force that he or she reasonably believes to be necessary. (2) However, the person may not use deadly physical force except as provided in § 5-2-607. (b) A person is not justified in using physical force upon another person if: (1) With purpose to cause physical injury or death to the other person, the person provokes the use of unlawful physical force by the other person; (2) (A) The person is the initial aggressor. (B) However, the initial …
Démonstration de Jujitsu Aucamville, club près Toulouse.
Gala des Arts Martiaux 2012.
Ninpo-taijutsu, the unarmed combat method of Japan’s ancient Ninja night-warriors, is unlike virtually every other system of hand-to-hand combat that has ever been devised by man. This is not an unbiased opinion from a practitioner – but an assessment based on years of experience on the streets and dealing with real-world attacks from real-world assailants! This article focuses on the concept of speed-punching from the Ninja’s perspective. After learning this secret lesson from the Ninja’s arsenal, you will understand two very important things. You will understand: 1) How the Ninja thinks differently about the concepts of both speed and punching, and… 2) Why, if you want to be a master of the art of Ninjutsu – if you want to be a real Ninja – you’re going to have to develop the ability to always “think outside the box!” But, before I go into the Ninja’s idea of speed-punching, let’s take a look at the conventional concept for doing it. Okay? So, when you think about punching with speed, what comes to mind? I’m betting that it has something to do with using muscle and the quick extension and flexing of the parts of your arm to get the fist to the target as quickly as possible. Right? Ads by Google And, that would be the way most fighters, regardless of the system, think about it too. But, the problem with this is that, the more time that it takes for the fist to travel through space, the more likelihood that either: 1) Your opponent will see it and defend against it, or …
Défense sur saisi montré lors du stage de jujitsu du 14 mars 20109.
Here is what the Cobra-Defense Founding Members had to say about the Cobra-Defense Licensed Self Defense Curriculum Certification Weekend. www.SelfDefenseCurriculum.com Popular self defense curriculum based programs like Krav Maga, CDT, RMCAT, EZ Defense, and Combat Hapkido are excellent self defense and combative programs. However none of them were designed from the ground up to work specifically in a martial arts school to 1. Attract a market that would not consider joining a martial arts school 2. Designed by police, correctional, and military trainers 3. Designed to generate $100000 per year in additional revenue to the school 4. Raise the school’s profile with positive publicity by becoming the medias’ “Go To” martial arts school for expert commentary on breaking stories related to assault, abduction, kidnapping, robbery, bullying and other street crimes The main difference is in the structure. This is not just a training you attend and offer. This is a specific strategic system designed to create a new market and convert them into martial arts students. We will show you exactly how to market this in your community down to the scripts and presentations that will fill your school. This program has at least four revenue creating modules: 1. The Academy A ten week training program that is formatted like a police academy for new recruits. Your students will go through 20 hours of tactical, and physical training to learn the body language, criminal tendencies, defenses …
Martial arts expert Sundar J.M. Brown demonstrates practice self-defense moves, including how to guard yourself against kicks.