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How to Learn Martial Arts at Home by Yourself

How do you train martial arts alone? In fact, how do you train martial arts at home? Well, let’s not be misleading with title of this video. I don’t believe that you can learn a martial art on your own. You do need instruction. You need coaching, you need supervision. But you can train on your own. And you can train to improve your martial art. So, if you’re going to train alone, here’s my three top tips to improve […]

KEY Self Defence Techniques: How To Stand Up and Fight in a Street Fight

1 KEY Self-Defence Technique Everyone MUST Know! How to Stand Up & Fight In A Street Fight

It may seem all too obvious, but one MAJOR MISTAKE most people make in a fight is failing to stand up properly. This is where a fight will go from bad to worse, but is easily avoided by following these easy steps. Read on and check out the video to find out.

Bodybuilders vs Skinny Guys: Who punches harder & fights better?

What often fascinates people is whether bodybuilders can fight. People always debate who would do better in a street fight: a bodybuilder or a skinny guy.

DEADLY Invisible Fists in MMA

DEADLY Invisible Fists in MMA

How is it that sometimes you don’t see a punch coming? Or that when you do, you can’t move out of the way in time?

Striking vs Grappling: Which is BETTER When Trapped? | HOW to FIGHT

The problem Imagine you’re in an enclosed space, a lift for example, with somebody and they attack you. The attacker is likely to start either pushing you, punching & kicking you, or wrestling you. Probably a mixture of all three. How would you defend yourself in this close-quarters situation, while trapped? The solution What you most certainly don’t want is to now fight with them for an indefinite amount of time, trading punches and burning energy, and increasing your chances […]

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu London

MENTAL TOUGHNESS for Fighting: Mount Attack Analysis

The Mount is a primitive attack used often in fights. For the aggressor, it is a position of power, enabling them to exert control over the victim.

How to Spot Critical Pre-Attack Assault Cues

How To Spot Critical Pre-Attack Assault Cues

We’ve all come across situations in public where a person is behaving aggressively and antagonising those around them, seemingly looking for a fight!

Best Distance to Keep in a Street Fight for Self Defence

Best Distance to Keep in a Street Fight for Self Defence

When it comes to street fights and self-defence, what would you say is the best distance to stand from your opponent?

Street Fight vs Self Defence Training, do you Train for the Right Kind of Fight?

Street Fight vs Self Defence Training: Do you Train for the Right Kind of Fight?

You may learn how to fight or even how to defend yourself against someone bigger or stronger than you, but is that realistic? In fact, what type of fight do you think you are prepared for?

How to Get Out of a Headlock: 4 EASY STEPS TO ESCAPE HEADLOCKS

A headlock is a common hold used during fights to control another person. Its effectiveness lies in its ability to break the victim’s posture, which takes away their ability to fight back and leaves them open to strikes from the assailant.