Program Purpose: In the shortest possible time, learn the most useful self-defense techniques!
This column focuses on simple and practical self-defense techniques for martial arts enthusiasts in various fields and professions to learn. Its sports can be practiced both outdoors and indoors, regardless of gender or age. It can not only improve self-defense awareness, self-defense ability, adaptability and fighting skills. It can not only enhance the comprehensive ability of self-defense and self-defense, but also cultivate a person’s wit, courage, and tenacious willpower and temperament. Its sports characteristics are fast action, strong practicality, easy to learn, easy to master, and not limited by age. Through learning, not only can we protect ourselves in emergency situations, but we can also protect those around us.
To help martial arts enthusiasts learn more practical and comprehensive self-defense techniques, this column will gradually introduce various self-defense techniques for everyone to learn. For example, unarmed combat, equipment unarmed combat, one move to defeat enemies, women’s self-defense skills, etc., a daily move, simple and practical, everyone can learn, and can practice at all times. Even when you are busy, you only need to take a few minutes to master, allowing your body to gradually become stronger and develop extraordinary abilities and physique. Friends, what are you waiting for? Let’s take action together.
1. Diving side kick
Action Description: The enemy launches a side kick in the air, and I quickly squat down and kick out with the side kick, causing it to fall to the ground (Figure 1-3).
Key points: Squat down quickly and attack the enemy’s chest, throat, or face.
2. Flashing and neck sweeping
Action Description: The enemy takes the initiative to attack with a right kick. I quickly dodge on my side and use my right hand to sweep my neck in pain, subduing the enemy (Figure 4-6).
Key points: dodge quickly and shoot hard.
3. Turn around and fold your arms
Action description: The enemy attacked from the rear, and I quickly grabbed the enemy’s wrist, turned around, twisted my arm, and used my right whip to hit the face, subduing him (Figure 7-11).
Key points: React quickly and kick hard.
Note: This technique is a practical fighting technique, which should be carried out under the guidance of professionals. Do not practice blindly, nor do you use it at will. For personal practice, it is necessary to be fully familiar with the operation, requirements, and key points of the movements, and to be diligent in learning, thinking, and practicing more; After the system is mastered, it will be further refined. Here, I hope everyone can provide valuable feedback. If there are any shortcomings, please correct them.