Archive for March, 2011
One of the most dangerous scenarios out there is dealing with multiple attackers in a street fight. You never know what kind of “adult toys” are going to be brought to the game (guns, bats, knives, etc.). What happens if you’re immobilized and you can’t fight back? Probably the most common fighting move amongst multiple attackers is when one person holds you with your arms locked behind you. Without the ability to escape the other predators will be able to close in and have their way with you. If you want to escape this hold, then utilize the following self defense technique.
What if I told you that the best weapon for home defense may just be a rifle? I have a good idea of what you’re thinking and I don’t blame you for being skeptical. When you typically think about weapons for home defense, you usually think of a shotgun or handgun, right? Stay with me and I’ll explain why I believe a rifle is one of the best options for home defense.
Check out this year’s All-Marine boxing team. Looks like a strong team this year.
The Armed Forces Boxing Championship is a 10-week TPC Sports series, shot on location at Naval Base Ventura County, CA. Each week, boxers from 10 different weight classes compete for the gold medal and title of Armed Forces Boxing Champion.
The All-Army Boxing team won the team award in the 2011 Armed Forces Boxing Championships held Feb. 18 at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. This marks the 20th year in a row the Army has won the event.
Army boxers entered the finals undefeated in the preliminaries, and a Soldier fought in each gold-medal fight.
The Marine Corps broke the Army’s winning streak when Lance Cpl. Abraham Lopez dominated Spc. Guy Jean-Baptiste, shutting him out for the first two rounds and holding him at bay in the third for the 16–5 win. Lopez took gold in the 123 lb. weight class.
The Pentagon Channel has a very cool new HD feature on close combat.
Learn more about the physical and mental benefits of combatives training. Plus, all the heavyweight action from the U.S. Army Combatives Championship at Fort Benning, GA. Check out this video on the benefits of CQC training.
When you think about “self defense”, you probably think about punching and kicking skills… firearms training… edged weapons… etc.
But violence comes in many forms.