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Women Self Defense- Self Defense for Women and Kids

Women Self Defense- Self Defense for Women and Kids

It is an unfortunate fact that the World we live in is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Sadly it is not uncommon for a woman to find herself in a situation where she feels either threatened or at risk of harm. As a result every woman needs to be aware of her surroundings and to be able to recognise a potentially dangerous situation.

There are usually huge differences between the conditions that are present leading up to a threat or dangerous situation involving men and women. However when it comes to attacks on women aggressors don't always identify themselves and as such their motives are often only recognisable at the last minute. Sometimes this leaves too little time for a woman to avoid becoming involved in a potentially dangerous or threatening situation. Most often the kind of physical attacks women face are more likely to be ones aimed at control and to limiting movement rather than a straight assault. So wouldn't it make sense to be in a better position to be able to handle yourself should you be unfortunate enough to end up is just such a scenario?

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There are people who simply advocate that women should run away from violence however this ignores the fact that they may be in heels and a pencil skirt! There are other considerations too, for example how should a woman act if she has a young child or baby present? These third parties may well compromise solutions that would otherwise seem sensible.

The situations that women are involved in are often very different to those that men face and these differences should be considered in any self defence training. For example in an ambush, which is simply a situation where an aggressor doesn't inform or display the fact that they have aggressive intentions. This is very much a characteristic of a predatory attack. An ambush could result from something as simple as an attacker asking for the time and then making their move whilst their target is distracted.

The good news is that according to much research, women probably have the greatest success over men at physically dealing with aggressive attackers even when they have received no formal women self defense training. This is especially true when children have been present. However imagine how much more effective you could be with some basic street awareness and women self defense training!

Some Practical Tips and Advice To Avoid Being Attacked

Common sense is of course a key player in avoiding dangerous situations in the first place however it isn't always enough. Here are a few tips:

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General:

  • If you see or sense something is wrong with your journey, just change your route and be ready to find a quick exit from the area.
  • If you find that you are on a street alone, try not to wear conspicuous jewellery.
  • It seems obvious, but don't hitchhike, use buses or taxis instead.
  • Do not act or look like an easy target - look confident!
  • Most conflicts are won before they start, and aggressors will usually back down if you maintain eye contact and are not intimidated by them.

Public transport:

  • Remember, there is usually safety in numbers. Wait in a coffee shop or in a well lit area for your bus, train or tram to arrive.
  • Don't choose the window seat as you may be blocked in by a potential assailant; always choose an aisle seat for a quick exit. This also gives you more room to defend yourself should the worst happen.
  • After peak hours, always choose the train compartment carrying the most passengers or the compartment directly behind the train driver.
  • On buses, sit behind the driver or next to the door for a quick exit.

Motor vehicles:

  • The most dangerous time is when stepping out of your car (either at home or in isolated areas) as well as walking to your car. Keep a look out for people who appear 'out of place'.
  • Always approach your vehicle with the keys ready.
  • Windows should be kept up and doors locked even when driving to avoid unwanted passengers at junctions. Check the back seat through the window when approaching your car before getting in.
  • Never leave your car unlocked, even for a few minutes. Attackers have been known to lie in wait for such an opportunity.
  • Never pull your car over from a quiet road even if someone drives alongside your car pointing at the tyres etc. Always continue driving to a well-lit and crowded area before exiting your car. The alleged problem may be a bluff.
  • Always be alert in car parks, especially when it's dark. Try and park your car in a well lit area.

Taxis:

  • Always check the identification of the driver (usually located near the visor) and ensure that it matches them.
  • Don't sit behind the driver as it may be easy for the driver to lock the rear passenger door - always choose the adjacent seat.
  • Always order taxis so that the driver can be traced.

Walkers / joggers:

  • If you have car trouble and are walking to look for help, always walk against the traffic so that you can see what and who is coming.
  • If shadowed by a car, run back in the direction from which you came. If you continue in the same direction, you will make it easy for the shadowing to continue.
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  • Be wary of alert passengers looking around them.
  • Don't use a "walkman" when walking in isolated areas at any time.
  • Regularly change your routines.
  • Mark out houses at intervals on each route you take that may be used as "safe houses" in the event of an emergency, such as shops or houses that you know to be occupied by a friend or acquaintance. Try to incorporate these houses every time you vary your route
  • Be alert at all times
  • Your area may have been safe to date, but don't assume this means it will always be safe.

Public phone boxes:

  • If you are using an older style telephone box always turn around so that you have your back to the phone and can see who is coming. This way, if you find you are in trouble, you may be able to get the person on the other end of the phone to get help. The door of a telephone box can be used to wedge in the limbs of the attacker and the phone can be used to defend yourself too.

Clothing:

  • Think about your clothing - where will it be worn? Will you be going out after work? Get into the habit of leaving restrictive clothing and shoes for those occasions when you are certain that you have no reason to anticipate danger, such as large crowds, being picked up after work or going out.
  • Choose a wardrobe which maximizes your freedom of movement. The best self defence techniques will not help you if you cannot run away because of a tight skirt or high heels.
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However there are situations when even using the above suggestions may not be enough and you find yourself in a position where you have no option but to have to defend yourself. The question is; do you know how to defend yourself against an attack? Do you know when and how to fight back? Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones! Women Self defense techniques can be quick and easy to learn and could mean the difference between life and death.

Here is the perfect opportunity to learn some very practical techniques especially designed with women in mind from one of the best women self defense trainers in the World.

This set of videos lasting nearly three hours is presented by Morné Swanepoel, Jeet Kune Do (JKD) high performance street fighting expert. Morné has been appointed as the South African National Director for truly practical martial arts.

Morné is a full time coach and practitioner and is certified as one of the most qualified instructor's in the World. He has travelled the globe and trained with some of the top martial artists in order to gain the experience he now has today.

After being featured in several major international leading martial arts magazines, Morné now spends his time writing monthly columns for website's and magazines worldwide sharing his philosophy with thousands. Morné has a passion for training and coaching, which he does almost 7 days a week while conducting seminars. Morné's no-nonsense and straight to the point teaching makes him an ideal ambassador for practical martial arts.

These amazing videos are newly released to the UK and are designed to instruct you in the art of women self defense regardless of which country you find yourself in!

Women Self Defense-Self Defense For Women video 1:

Dealing With Close Quarter Violence

In the first video you are introduced to your instructor Morné Swanepoel (acknowledged and recognised international martial arts and street fighting expert).

Morné explains that there are three outcomes to an aggressive attack on a woman; fight, flight or submission (and submission is not usually a good option).

He explains how the human body has many natural tools to use as weapons in self defence including the head (used in escape), the elbow, palms, fingers and of course the knee. He explains how he will demonstrate how to target areas such as the eyes, throat, groin, ears, fingers and even arms, legs and shins as part of his techniques.

With the aid of his students, Morné demonstrates very clearly and precisely how to use many combinations and techniques which once practiced with a partner can help you evade an attacker who may try to use hair grabs, headlocks, strangleholds or general grabbing.

For each situation Morné and his students run through several fascinating and practical ways to distract and escape an attacker at a pace that you and a friend or partner can learn to perfect.

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Rape Prevention - Tactics And techniques

This video deals with every woman's nightmare, being in a position where there is a threat of rape. Again Morné broaches this subject in a no nonsense way. As he says, his techniques are designed to be effective and used only in the most difficult of situations.

Morné deals with several stages of an attack and breaks down many techniques that can be utilised depending on how serious the threat is. His powerful system progresses through methods to defend yourself from being grabbed, falling or being pushed over, fighting from the ground and defending from an immediate threat of rape.

The onus throughout is to focus on distracting your attacker, defending yourself and ultimately finding or creating an opportunity to escape.

Bonus Women Self Defense-Self Defense For Women video 3:

Surviving An Urban Weapons Attack

Morné introduces this very real and informative women self defense video focussing on the use and defence against both Pepper Spray and knife attacks. Morne has presented this video based on the fact that you may be travelling and have access to Pepper Spray in a country where it may be legal to carry. Although Morné does stress the following very clearly, please be aware:

It is currently illegal to purchase, use or carry Pepper Spray in the UK.

Sadly though, there are criminal elements in the UK who do carry Pepper Spray for ill use and it is vital to understand how the different sprays work in order to understand how to defend yourself against them. In this video Morné demonstrates with the assistance of his students how the two main types of Pepper Sprays should be used and how to avoid getting affected yourself.

More importantly Morné then moves on, with the assistance of his students, to show several great techniques to defend yourself against spray attack and how to disarm an assailant.

Our news is full of reports of people carrying and using knives to attack and restrain their victims. Although it is a very emotive issue, there comes a time when a woman needs to know how to best protect herself against such an horrendous situation. Morné's first advice is to not fight back unless you have to, however there may be scenarios where it is obvious that an attacker is not going to just stop at robbery.

Again Morné demonstrates very frankly and with no punches pulled how to protect and defend yourself against knife attacks. His combinations and techniques deal with a great many different situations where there is no option but to fight back. In some countries it is legal to use a great deal of force against an attacker however (and Morné does stress this) you need to be aware that in the UK:

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You can only use reasonable force to defend yourself. Once the immediate threat has passed, it is illegal to take out further physical retribution.

Morné has designed his techniques to ensure a quick and effective way to distract, disarm and escape from an attacker.

What price can you put on your own safety?

As with all women self defense techniques, these need to be practiced and then practiced again with a partner or friend. However the extra confidence and awareness that you can gain is invaluable.

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Being one of the World's top experts, Morné has devised a whole range of practical ideas and techniques that have been proven to work time and again. These 3 videos have been especially filmed to help women defend themselves from attack.

Whether you have never had any formal training in self defence or perhaps are an accomplished martial artist, the systems that Morné shows you in these videos are effective and proven. Although some martial arts styles use some aspects of what you will learn here, none of them utilise all of them. That is because Morné has developed his techniques using his broad and extensive knowledge gained from many years studying different martial arts disciplines as well as using his vast understanding of practical street defence.

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It is an unfortunate fact that the World we live in is not always as safe as we would like it to be. Sadly it is not uncommon for a woman to find herself in a situation where she feels either threatened or at risk of harm. As a result every woman needs to be aware of her surroundings and to be able to recognise a potentially dangerous situation. There are usually huge differences between the conditions that are present leading up to a threat or dangerous situation involving men and women. However when it comes to attacks on women aggressors don't always identify themselves and as such their motives are often only recognisable at the last minute. Sometimes this leaves too little time for a woman to avoid becoming involved in a potentially dangerous or threatening situation. Most often the kind of physical attacks women face are more likely to be ones aimed at control and to limiting movement rather than a straight assault. So wouldn't it make sense to be in a better position to be able to handle yourself should you be unfortunate enough to end up is just such a scenario? SelfDefense For Women and kids There are people who simply advocate that women should run away from violence however this ignores the fact that they may be in heels and a pencil skirt! There are other considerations too, for example how should a woman act if she has a young child or baby present? These third parties may well compromise solutions that would otherwise seem sensible. The situations that women are involved in are often very different to those that men face and these differences should be considered in any self defence training. For example in an ambush, which is simply a situation where an aggressor doesn't inform or display the fact that they have aggressive intentions. This is very much a characteristic of a predatory attack. An ambush could result from something as simple as an attacker asking for the time and then making their move whilst their target is distracted. The good news is that according to much research, women probably have the greatest success over men at physically dealing with aggressive attackers even when they have received no formal self-defence training. This is especially true when children have been present. However imagine how much more effective you could be with some basic street awareness and self defence training!