There continues to be a frightening ignorance about the general topic of self-defense in our society among the average person. Even as more and more leaders within the law enforcement community come out and say that it is basically “every man for himself,” and that citizens simply cannot rely on cops to remain safe when threats unfold in real time, still far too many remain very naïve about how dangerous things really are out there, and what it takes to protect oneself.
For instance, note this recent, informal survey of University of New Mexico students in the wake of the student government body’s decision to vote down a resolution that would have allowed stun guns on campus – take a close look at the comments made by these students:
Amazingly, despite the obvious access each of them has nowadays to information about the events of the day, the general opinion is that having even a stun gun as a student is “too much,” and “that’s what we have the police for.”
Nevertheless, an anti-weapon environment is one in which far too many people find themselves living in this country, in one way or another. Your child may be a student on a campus that forbids possession of weapons of any kind for self-defense, or you may even live in a community where such weapons are largely outlawed. For that matter, you may not always have a weapon on you, even if you do live someplace that is “gun-friendly.” In cases like these, should you expect to remain entirely unprepared to defend yourself?
I certainly hope not. On that note, I encourage you to take a look at a great piece of unarmed self-defense instructional material called 15 Brutal Fight Enders. 15 Brutal Fight Enders is a two-DVD set that teaches simple moves designed to quickly and effectively end a street conflict. A wide variety of techniques are demonstrated by a host of quality instructors, including former U.S., Israeli, and Russian military special operators, hall of fame martial artists, even a one-time federal prison inmate. There are so many scenarios and defenses covered that it’s not possible to describe them all in this space, but they include techniques to defend against punches, bear hugs, headlocks…how to respond to an attack using head butts and bites (that’s right, I said bites)…even how to effectively use improvised weapons, including a comb, to defend yourself. The total length of the video trainings is a little over an hour and a half.
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By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large