When you think about self-defense you may immediately think about kicking and punching. But long before you need these moves is the ability to develop a mindset for self-defense. Your mindset can help you to stay safe and prevent problems. It will also help you to take quick action. Check out ezinearticles.com for an entire series of articles I published on the topic, but for now, I provide an overview.
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The holidays are always a great time to relax a bit on your rigorous training schedule, and give your muscles, and joints a well-needed rest. It’s also a great time to visit, and catch up with family and friends. If your family is anything like mine, the conversation always steers towards the martial arts. I am asked how a niece, or nephew can excel at the art they are in, and am also asked about my training as well. The most common query pertains to “How to achieve a black belt?”
Facing The Street Fighter Featured
When training the martial arts with the intent to learn to defend yourself, you have probably thought about facing the street fighter. Let’s face it, when we think about a street fighter, images of some big tough guy come to mind for most people, and this person obviously fights to win.
It’s been a stressful work day and you’re walking down the street and everything seems the same; people busy in the stores etc. You’re mind is busy as you are starting to plan out the most important moves that you’re going to make first thing in the morning. You barely pay attention to the group of youth walking towards you, and as you are passing, you catch a glimpse of a flash.
Hi, I’m Clark Williams and I have long been fascinated with Krav Maga. Having practiced arts like JuJitsu and JKD for several years, practical, effective martial arts appeal to me. This is why I write about this particular art today. It is practical and effective, and a great choice for self-defense.
While training at a seminar in another province, I overheard an interesting conversation coming from the two individuals training beside me. "Yeah I know this guy likes to teach this move this way, but I prefer to do it this way." The fellow then showed how he "preferred" to solve the self-defense problem using his techniques, rather than what was being taught by the instructor.
Do you sometimes struggle to find the time to get your martial arts training in? Perhaps your job, or family responsibilities mount up occasionally, and you find it difficult to set aside a larger chunk of time to dedicate just to martial training. If this is the case, then you will want to devise ways to steal moments for training.