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Basic Instincts of Self-Defense: Defenses Against Unarmed AttacksThis is a self defense DVD that covers if you are attacked by some one who is unarmed.
Its based off of Judo and is reaction reflex and grappling based.
This is not some full system like Wing Chun nor Krav Magava.
Still its useful to view if taking a man to the mat with grappling moves is the style u need to brush up on.
Testimonials for the site:Quote:See what others say about the video Basic Instincts of Self-Defense:“…I watched your video Basic Instincts of Self-Defense with a friend of mine who is a U.S.Marshal, and we both came to the conclusion that it is a fantastic tape! The film quality is excellent.
This is not one of those tapes that looks homemade and is a half hour to one hour of gibberish.
Your tape is power packed….
There is a genuine effort here to teach someone right in their own living room….
”—Steve Stefanidis, U.S.Parole Officer, Astoria, New York“I really enjoyed your self-defense video, Basic Instincts of Self Defense.
I was impressed by its clearly laid out progression and easily learned, simple yet very effective techniques that don’t rely on trying to grab a wrist or finger in the midst of a chaotic, high stress situation.
As the narrator said in the intro, as far as that specific theory of self-defense technique application, “No kidding.
” Hey, I was one of those Self-Defense teachers, but after watching the video you really, and permanently, changed my perspective.
Straightforward, efficient, and no punches pulled (pun intended)! A “gold standard” in my video library.
”—Greg Premo, Tae Kwon-do 5th Dan, Judo 1st Dan, Personal Defense Readiness (www.
tonyblauer.
com) with Adam Laclair, Russian Kettlebell Certified/Challenge (RKC), Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC)—1995 to 2002, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)—1998 to 2002, Underhill, VT“Your selection of techniques and graded advancement from armlocks to clinch and throws, from defenses against grabs and holds to defenses against punches and kicks are fantastic.
Methodology and explanation, simplicity and practical approach is what I like about this tape.
“My experience in some other systems gives me the possibility to highly value your tape.
I decided to include your basic idea into our training.
It is an excellent link between Aikido techniques and practical self-defense.
”—Ragib Karamehmedovic, Aikido (goshin) instructor, Sarajevo, Bosnia“…an excellent presentation.
The self-defense techniques are practical and relevant to actual street situations.
As a physician involved in the martial arts for more than 35 years, in addition to having taught self-defense and street hand-to-hand combat classes, I feel I can personally commend the Stadion staff for a quality program that is both scientifically and educationally sound.
”—Richard J.Vahl, M.S., D.C., Davenport, Iowa“This is the correct method of teaching self-defense techniques.
”—Mac Mierzejewski, M.Sc.P.E., Winner at Mas Oyama’s [full-contact karate] Asia-Pacific International Open Karate Tournament-1989, Winner at Mas Oyama’s Canadian Kyokushinkai Tournament-1989, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada“The most simple and easiest to learn of all the self-defense systems I have ever seen.
I strongly recommend this video as a must for a person who wishes to learn an easy and most effective form of self-defense.
”—Ivan Villegas, National Sport Judo 7th Dan, Member of the Promotion Board, Member of the National Coaching Staff, Jamaica, New York“Your tape Basic Instincts of Self-Defense is great! Here are many techniques I already know but you put it all in a logical order.
I teach karate full time.
Soon I will start a self-defense course and would like […] to use the Basic Instincts program.
”—Ken Hollows, Karate 5th Dan, Munich, West Germany“Very good system.
Explains well `why’ and `how’ of the shown moves.
”—Andrzej Sadej, National Coach, Judo Canada, Gloucester, Ontario, Canada“Basic Instincts of Self-Defense: Defenses Against Unarmed Attacks focuses on quick, easy-to-learn defensive maneuvers based on natural, instinctive reactions.
Learn how to defeat attackers that are stronger than you, …and how to sharpen defensive reflexes.
Increase your confidence and awareness to ward off or avoid potential attackers.
”—Self-Defense for Women“This video teaches basic defense moves against 55 typical attacks; all simple moves, all designed to work against a stronger attacker, and based on natural, instinctive reactions to assault.
”—Self-Defense MagazineProduct info from the site:Quote:Learn: * How to defend against 55 common attacks by turning the attacker’s force against him * How to defeat much stronger attackers without strength or agility * How to defeat all bear hugs and grabs, from the front and from behind * How to protect yourself from skillful punching and kicking attacks * How to throw attackers to the ground or put them in armlocks * How to fall so you will not get hurt if tripped or thrown down * How to defend yourself when the attacker holds you down on the ground * How to eliminate the need for long training and quick reactionsLearn self-defense and stand-up grappling from the best, not the second best.
Pawel Nastula won the Judo World Championship in 1995 and 1997 and Olympic gold in 1996, and Magdalena Szewczyk is Poland’s Wrestling Champion (Women) and a silver medal winner in Poland’s Judo Championship.
“I really enjoyed your self-defense video, Basic Instincts of Self Defense.
I was impressed by its clearly laid out progression and easily learned, simple yet very effective techniques that don’t rely on trying to grab a wrist or finger in the midst of a chaotic, high stress situation.
As the narrator said in the intro, as far as that specific theory of self-defense technique application, “No kidding.
” Hey, I was one of those Self-Defense teachers, but after watching the video you really, and permanently, changed my perspective.
Straightforward, efficient, and no punches pulled (pun intended)! A “gold standard” in my video library.
” —Greg Premo, Tae Kwon-do 5th Dan, Judo 1st Dan, Personal Defense Readiness (www.
tonyblauer.
com) with Adam Laclair, Russian Kettlebell Certified/Challenge (RKC), Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC)—1995 to 2002, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)—1998 to 2002, Underhill, VT “Your selection of techniques and graded advancement from armlocks to clinch and throws, from defenses against grabs and holds to defenses against punches and kicks are fantastic.
Methodology and explanation, simplicity and practical approach is what I like about this tape.
“My experience in some other systems gives me the possibility to highly value your tape.
I decided to include your basic idea into our training.
It is an excellent link between Aikido techniques and practical self-defense.
” —Ragib Karamehmedovic, Aikido (goshin) instructor, Sarajevo, Bosnia “This video teaches basic defense moves against 55 typical attacks; all simple moves, all designed to work against a stronger attacker, and based on natural, instinctive reactions to assault.
” —Self-Defense Magazine April 1995 “Believe me, this video delivers the goods.
This is not one of those `learn to defeat any attacker in only 15 minutes with only 3 simple moves’ tapes.
No, this is real good self-defense packed into a 1.
5 hour video.
“I would recommend this video tape to anyone.
I particularly recommend it to beginning and intermediate students who are unable to attend self-defense class on a regular basis.
Get yourself a partner, buy some good mats (the falls in this video can be pretty rough), and buy this video.
I don’t think you will be disappointed.
” —Martial Arts Video Reviews February 1998 Publisher’s note: Someone who has difficulty learning throws can solve all situations with armlocks (shown as the first program on Basic Instincts of Self-Defense).
This is worthwhile to see.
It will not blow your mind but its solid in what is covers.
Get a preview clip here as well as read some info on the DVD

 

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