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Combat hapkido founder John Pellegrini performs an armbar takedown and s-lock.

Combat hapkido founder John Pellegrini performs an armbar takedown and s-lock.

Hapkido self defense technique from Black Belt Magazine

Hapkido self defense technique from Black Belt Magazine

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

Espace Membres – Accueil

Espace Membres – Accueil

Wings Chun Kung Fu Symbols | Wing Chun Training

Wings Chun Kung Fu Symbols | Wing Chun Training

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

3 Self-Defense Moves Every Woman Should Know | With Krav Maga, you'll get a great workout and learn how to defend yourself in virtually any situation. You'll also have a blast while doing it! madakravmaga.com 50272 Van Dyke Ave, Shelby Twp. MI

3 Self-Defense Moves Every Woman Should Know | With Krav Maga, you'll get a great workout and learn how to defend yourself in virtually any situation. You'll also have a blast while doing it! madakravmaga.com 50272 Van Dyke Ave, Shelby Twp. MI

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

knife1As the knifer raises his blade (fig. 1), parry the blow by striking his forearm with the edge of your own left forearm (fig. 2). Quickly seize his clothing near his right shoulder with your right hand. Then with a strong, but smooth movement, pull his right shoulder toward you while also pushing his right (knife) hand upward and away from your body (fig. 3).

knife1As the knifer raises his blade (fig. 1), parry the blow by striking his forearm with the edge of your own left forearm (fig. 2). Quickly seize his clothing near his right shoulder with your right hand. Then with a strong, but smooth movement, pull his right shoulder toward you while also pushing his right (knife) hand upward and away from your body (fig. 3).