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How to Defend Against a Knife Attack – Self Defense Level 1 By: Master Mehrdad

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How to Defend Against a Knife Attack – Self Defense Level 1 By: Master Mehrdad

Master Mehrdad’s will teach you how to defend against a knife attack. As an 8th Dan Black belt in the Art of Shin Do Kumaté and 6th Dan Black belt in the Art of Kong Shin Bup Hapkido a Professional Muay Thai Fighter with over 40 years of experience in combat arts. His knife attack self-defense video combine the knowledge from his life experience that he has experience in dangerous encounter, close hand to hand street fighting and training under greatest martial arts grand master. Now as a true Martial Art Master, he is sharing his 4 decades of traditional Hap-Ki-Do and Kung Fu knife training with you. This knife Self-defense video are life changing! In this video Master Mehrdad is breaking down the knife fighting defense with his martial arts student step by step with proper stance, proper striking and joint locks techniques. He explain how to defend against a knife attack. This is a great video for Law enforcement or police officer or civilian who are seeking to learn street knife combat defense. This self-defense training video is also great for women who seeking how to learn to defend themselves. Learning knife defenses these days is crucial.

KNIFE ATTACKS

You need to have in your arsenal self defense techniques for all types of knife attacks. The assailant with knife in hand is actually in motion and attacking you. He is moving towards you and he is not talking to you. You might have two options; defend – fight back, or escape. I say you “might” have two options because escape is not always an option; you may be cornered.

Police studies have shown that an “orderly retreat is best”. What does that mean? It means that just turning your back and running may not be the best option. It might encourage the assailant to chase after you, it might excite him/her. It is best to find some way to retreat (rather than just run away), use the environment, throw an object; such as chair, bricks make the escape a little more dignified. This will discourage the attacker from pursuing.