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    • 1.


      by Ralph Winn - 2006-12-02
      The 6 Most Effective Self-Defense TechniquesIt was a cold January evening and the sun had already gone down. The blue glow of the parking lot lamps only made the area look gloomier and more menacing....
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      The Most Dangerous Attack You'll Ever Face

      by Al Abidin - 2006-12-16
      The most dangerous attack you'll ever face is when you're outnumbered. There could be 2 or 3 of them or there could be 20.What would you do?So many have asked me this question that I've decided to a...
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      5 Ways to Ruin Your Self-Defense Training, Part 4

      by Ken Freeman - 2007-01-01
      Part 4: Disregarding Vital Targets"You may wonder what might prevent your attacker from using these tactics also. Actually nothing, except that you will be better at it. Guided Chaos levels the playin...
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      5 Ways to Ruin Your Self-Defense Training, Part 3

      by Ken Freeman - 2007-01-03
      The Flaw of Training with Protective Equipment"The sensation of body unity becomes obvious only to yourself or the person you are hitting. At this point, the energy is truly internal, and you may...
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      5 Ways to Ruin Your Self-Defense Training - Conclusion - Becoming Invisible

      by Ken Freeman - 2007-01-04
      First: A Word on "Street Sparring"There are vital reasons why we don't spar. If we need to enter, we utilize John Perkins' version of WWII Combatives because it's faster, easier to learn and provides ...
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      5 Ways to Ruin Your Self-Defense Training - Part 5 - Providing Structure

      by Ken Freeman - 2007-01-04
      Part 5: Avoiding The Fatal Flaw of Grappling To survive the onslaught of a more powerful opponent, you need to be so light, soft, flexible, and sensitive, that to your opponent, you feel like a phanto...
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      10 Commandments for Being a Master Warrior

      by Jeffrey Miller - 2007-01-16
      Do you want to be a master martial artist? Do you want to walk the warrior's path correctly?Here are many of the key points I share with my students, both personal and online subscribers, again and a...
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      Empty Your Cup

      by Bart Scovill - 2007-01-28
      I first heard this comment in an interview with Bruce Lee. Later, I learned more about this concept in Joe Hyams' book, "Zen in the Martial Arts." The quote comes from a story Bruce Lee was relating t...
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      Martial Arts, Crime, Our Children

      by Rick Kirkham - 2007-02-19
      As a martial artist and an expert in behavioral modification, I see a lot of illegal behaviors reinforced by citizens. It is easy to reinforce the behavior of a criminal, give him or her your walle...
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      Free Article How to Avoid and Protect Yourself from Date Rape

      by Kelly Moran - 2007-02-28
      The crime of date rape is becoming more and more prevalent. Fortunately, extensive media coverage of this crime and so called date rape drugs have made women more vigilant and aware of this potent...