Yvonne Bignall coaches and trains women to live healthier authentic lives, designs and delivers effective workshops in everyday interpersonal skills, engages with global training organisations offering interpersonal skills facilitation, is a personal fitness trainer, bestselling author and, oh yes; she runs a radio show. That show is the Women’s Power Hour for which this interview was conducted. The Women’s Power Hour is designed to inspire confidence and unlock the potential of women (and I would recommend it to any ladies reading this).
The subject of my particular interview was of course, women’s self defence.
Please bear in mind that this interview was geared to the general public not to martial artists, so it won’t be in the same depth and detail as many other articles and interviews on this website. Yvonne has never practised martial arts herself, but she is a former bodybuilder and Miss Universe contender, so she knows what it is to train as an international level athlete. However, it’s included here for your general interest and I hope you enjoy it!
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