Category Archives: Self Protection/Reality Based Martial Arts

The Gift Of “Peacocking”

Peacocking is (amongst other things) another name for aggresive and intimidatory behaviour. There are several methods of defence that you can use when faced with this type of aggression. Continue reading

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How To Keep Calm In The Face Of Danger

When faced with a street preditor, how do you keep your calm?
How do you stop the fear and panic?
Find out here. Continue reading

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Look Them Straight In The Eye . . . . . Or Should You?

When confronted by an attacker, people often say “look em straight in the eye”. But doing this can leave you vulnerable to a low attack or an attack from a second assailant. So what do you do. Continue reading

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Martial Arts & Psycho Cybernetics: Train For A Crisis

Psycho Cybernetics is a fascinating self development book which has a lot to teach martial artists. One chapter looks at preparing for a crisis. Violent assault is a crisis, so what can this book teach us about how to prepare for it. Continue reading

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Women’s Self Protection: Primal Instincts

Women’s social conditioning does not do them any favours when it comes to self protection. However, if they can overcome that conditioning, many woud be amazed at what women are actually capable of. Continue reading

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