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Since ancient times, the world has been a threatening place for human beings, and they have had to defend themselves against various threats in order to survive. Today, the story is not very different and, although the dangers we face are different, it is still necessary to defend ourselves to avoid risky situations, even for our lives. That is why we present to you our collection of self-defense books in PDF format.
Self Defense Martial Arts.pdf
Self-defense can be learned and practiced by any person, without being an expert in any martial art. This person should always remain in a state of alertness, learn tactics, strategies and different defensive and offensive skills. Whenever possible, the use of violence should be avoided. Instead, distance and non-confrontational mechanisms should be established.Check out our excellent collection of over 10 self-defense books in PDF format, ready to download. Remember that the books in our virtual library are in the public domain and we have put them together to facilitate your searches and research.Here we present our complete selection of Self-defense books:1) Fightwize Basic Self Defense TrainingRiseup
If you run a women's self defense program, and are looking for material to handout to your students/clients, these PDFsof the different course modules are available for use. The material is copyrighted, and can only be used in the format inwhich it is presented i.e. none of the files, can be altered, changed or modified.
Martial Arts classes have been taught through the UCSB Department of Recreation for over 50 years. These classes are fantastic for students looking to exercise while building confidence and training the body, mind and spirit to work as one. Many of the classes focus on self-defense, coordination and building cultural awareness about regions where the traditional art began. Classes include Akido, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Capoeira, Filipino Kali & Ekshrima, Kickboxing and Tae Kwon Do.Register
Top performing fighters and individuals follow a common set of principles that sustain their success. The practice of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu allows individuals to understand these principles through an exciting process that combines instruction, observation, practice, appropriate feedback, live training and competition. You experience results that go beyond gains in strength, flexibility, fitness or self-defense skills. By remaining truthful to the lessons learned in practice and applying them off the mat, you will experience an overall improvement on your focus, energy and general well-being. BeginnerThe Fundamentals Program teaches these basic principles of effective fighting to individuals like you. Its structure condenses an immense diversity of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu into core fundamental moves combined intelligently and safely to optimize your learning. Participants may or may not wear a gi. FOR SAFETY ISSUES, no gi does not mean regular clothes. Please wear a rash guard, spats and fighting shorts. All shorts worn during class must cover gluteal folds. AdvancedThis class is designed for students interested in advanced techniques for competition and self-defense. You will learn and practice advanced sweeps, submissions, escapes and counters. You will also learn how to reverse an attacker and how to force your opponent into submission. Detailed instruction in technique, specific drilling, and position advancement are the main focus of this class.
Muay Thai, which means Thai Boxing, originated in Thailand hundreds of years ago. The class will focus on techniques for self-defense, competition and aerobic exercise. A range of Muay Thai kicks, boxes, knees, elbows, sweeps and drills will be covered. A focus on power, speed, timing, footwork and rope skipping will be the main components of instruction. Students will be grouped according to ability. Taught by John Patelzick.
We practice the traditional Chung Do Kwan style of Tae Kwon Do, as brought to the USA by Grandmaster Duk Sung Son. Emphasis is on speed, power, accuracy, balance, and control in a no contact format. Every class we practice basic techniques, forms, and partner exercises leading to freestyle no-contact sparring. The class offers physical and mental conditioning, practical self-defense ability, personal growth and confidence, and the challenge and freedom of creative self-expression afforded by any other art. It is equally suitable for both men and women, beginners and experts. New students should wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing, such as a t-shirt and sweat pants, and bring their enthusiasm to class. What you get out of it depends on what you put into it. Ron Gans received his black belt in Tae Kwon Do from Grandmaster Duk Sung Son, head of the World Tae Kwon Do Association, in 1993. He is currently a 5th degree black belt. This class has been taught at UCSB for over 30 years.
Filipino art of Kali/Eskrima, is a weapons based Martial Art using ratan sticks, blades, ground work and empty hands. In this class we will train weapons technique while working on cardio and conditioning, as well as skills and attributes such as accuracy, timing, footwork, and coordination. This class is ideal for participants who want a simple, effective, and fun system of self-defense. Rattan sticks and practice blades will be provided by the instructor. All are welcome!
Ron GansTae Kwon Do InstructorRon Gans is a 5th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, having practiced and taught the Chung Do Kwan (Blue Wave) style for over three decades. He has been at University-based classes in Philadelphia (U. Penn.), Boston (MIT), and since 1997, here at UCSB. He has learned directly from the late Grandmaster Duk Sung Son, head of the World Tae Kwon Do Association, as well as from many Masters and Grandmasters throughout the United States. Ron has high TKD standards, taking the time to ensure every student learns the proper way to do each technique, while making sure everyone gets a solid physical workout and has fun in the process. The benefits of martial arts practice extend well beyond the physical, providing for self confidence growth, overall heath improvements, and new friendships.
Rockhold Karate is a martial arts studio in the heart of Central Texas serving Austin, Cedar Park and Leander. Sharpening Mind, Body, and Character of students since 2007; Rockhold Karate is located at 1075 N. Lakeline Blvd., #104, Cedar Park, TX 78613. Rockhold Karate offers specialized instruction in the Korean Martial Art of Tang Soo Do (Korean Karate), a predecessor to Taekwondo. In addition to the Tang Soo Do classes, we offer Kummooyeh (Korean Sword Martial Art and Korean Traditional Archery), Tai Chi (Chinese Martial Art), and Rockhold Archery programs. Sa Bom Nim Chris Rockhold is dedicated to sharpening the mind, body, and character, enabling students to maximize their potential as individuals and as members of the martial arts community. A student at Rockhold Karate has the opportunity to learn defensive strikes and kicks, traditional forms, breaking, sparring, weapons and various other means of self defense in a fun, safe and friendly environment. Rockhold Karate is an approved agency by the Leander Independent School District Off-Campus PE program.
R.A.D. is not a martial arts program. It is a basic self defense program that any woman, regardless of age or physical ability can learn. The tactics are simple, yet effective. R.A.D. gives us the viable options and techniques necessary to protect ourselves and avoid potentially dangerous situations.
White Dragon instructors have been specially trained to play the role of an opponent by using padded safety equipment that enables students to practice self-defense techniques with full force without the risk of injury. This method enables us to train students to use realistic force to defend themselves in almost any attack situation. It is quite simply the best way to learn self-defense.
White Dragon instructors have been specially trained to play the role of an opponent by using padded safety equipment that enables students to practice self-defense techniques with full force without the risk of injury. This method enables us to train students to use realistic force to defend themselves in almost any attack situation. It is quite simply the best way to learn self-defense.Learn more