Self Defense

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  • Topic: Self-defense, Crime, Carjacking
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  • Published : August 19, 2008
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Self-Defense means to fight or struggle, and take effective realistic measures to defend oneself. The course is designed to help people with no previous experience and all fitness levels in the shortest possible time. All kinds of people of different age groups are encouraged to take this training. Through this, people have learned effective street-proven self-defense techniques in the light of modern military defensive tactics, first-aid, CPR, applied anti-rape and anti-hijacking techniques, adrenal response and rear management, firefighting and mind control and meditation. It provides the highest level of training to deal with stressful situations and how to overcome fear and be able to utilize various safety and protective measures to ensure one's safety and survival. And also teaches those many tricks and helps them to be more aware of their surroundings thereby engendering confidence in females so that they can move around more independently without feeling totally helpless. SD is different from all other self defense techniques because it keeps the real life context in mind, situations such as carjacking, hijacking, kidnappings, sexual assault, armed robbery, criminal attacks, gang violence, school and workplace massacres, child abductions are just to name a few. There are many self defense programs which claim to be reality based, however they are not, they simply see themselves as training realistically, abandoning all traditional customs but they fail to provide the key ingredients to a complete self defense. This training puts emphasis on gross motor skills and adrenaline rush. Fear and stress that is due to high adrenal rush or similar confrontational situations will enhance once speed, reflex and reactions to assault, that is the key to this self defense program. And will also help the trainees learn the warning signals of an impending attack and the typical rhythm, plans and tactics of an attacker.
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