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Five Simple Defensive Techniques

April 28, 2010 by admin  
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We all know about the global recession of the world, which is causing a lot of problem for the whole world. Unemployment is considered as one of the major consequence of this recession that ultimately results in increase in the number of crimes like robbery, rape, kidnapping and many other street crimes. In such a [...]

Some Defensive Lessons Against Knife Attack

April 20, 2010 by admin  
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The most fearful situation that any sane person will not pray to face is coming closer to a knife wielding attacker. This is a situation that is very dangerous and the feelings of being stabbed can generate enough fear in some people. The irony of it is that, we have series of training on self [...]

Self-Defense Training – The 4 Pillars Of Defensive Handgun Training

April 13, 2010 by admin  
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One of the most frequently asked questions in the realm of self-defense training involves the use of weapons, like guns and knives, for protection. This article outlines the four areas that make up a complete defensive handgun training program.
 
While most people, and subsequently most programs, focus on the shooting facet of gun training, there is [...]

13 Tips For Defensive Driving

March 21, 2010 by admin  
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I want to go over 13 simple tips that can help you become a better driver these tips should have been taught to you in drivers training but yet it still seems people don’t use them.

Defensive driving tip number 1.The first thing you should do ever 3-7 days is check you tire pressure this will [...]

The Critical Observation at Women’s Defensive Shields – What Men Really Need to Know

March 18, 2010 by admin  
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Like most interactive situations that we come across in our everyday life, women too appear with their defense shield intact. They are “on guard” most of the time. But to reach her heart (hmmm… other areas too), you have to break that shield or loosen that defense mechanism.
So what are the typical concern areas [...]

Emotion-Based Defensive Response – A Non-Traditional Martial Arts Approach to Self-Defense

March 3, 2010 by admin  
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When discussing self-defense training, we really need to be discussing more than just learning some tricks and techniques for dodging punches or escaping locks and holds. Why then, are most instructors content with stopping at, and most students satisfied with learning, self-defense in a vaccuum?
Well, I have my own beliefs, mostly involving the fact that [...]

Defensive Running, a Safety Running Advice

February 27, 2010 by admin  
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So you like to run? Run under the sun, rain, or snow. Run during the day or night. Run. No matter what time or day or season you decide to pump those calves and hamstrings of yours, there is no denying that running is one of those rituals that you cannot and will not give [...]

Free Unlimited Resources to Traffic Safety, Defensive Driving and Driver Improvement at Traffic School Guide

February 26, 2010 by admin  
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The basic rule of road says you must be aware of safety tips before you take on driving. The traffic safety resource of www.Onlinetrafficschoolguide.com is a solution point and resource guide aiding you with those safety tips in a legible and effective manner. Quiet a number of times drivers come across the following questions:

1.How to [...]