Trying to use force to escape being pinned to a wall by multiple attackers is probably the worst thing you can do. It’s highly unlikely you’ll be able to overpower them all, even if you’re much larger than they are. Real life is not like in the movies where a single guy can easily take on 3-10 attackers all at once. However, this video will show you how you can escape the wall against multiple attackers without breaking a sweat. You can also find more street fighting techniques like this from Jeff Anderson’s Street Fighting Uncaged.
There are many ways to teach yourself how to keep your eyes open in a fight. They all work, but some of them are only practical in certain situations and serve no purpose in a real fight. Watch the video below and learn how to train and reverse your natural reaction. Being able to keep your eyes open and alert will greatly improve your effectiveness in a fight.
In this video, Arnold Schwarzenegger shares his 6 rules of success. He encourages you to challenge yourself and dig deep down to figure out what it is you truly want in life. If you’re ever feeling down or want to give up on a goal, watch this video.
There are a lot of videos out there that teach you how to win a street fight quickly, but a lot of them focus too much on the technical aspect and forget to mention how simple it can actually be. This video is going to show you a quick but effective way to end a street fight before it even begins.
This video is going to show you how to win a street fight off a one-two punch. It’s very simple, very effective, and I believe it’s a really good combination to do in a fight against the person.
Most of the time when you’re fighting someone, the stance is like this, or like this. The one-two that I do is a jab to the stomach, and a right hand to the chin. The reason I punch to the stomach at first, or at least fake it there, is because most people’s reaction is to block that punch. So, they’re going to go like that, or like that. When you do that and they bring their hands down, their attention is going to be around in this area, and you’re going to want to punch them as hard as you can and as fast as you can.
Basically, it’s going to be something like this. Now, this might not end the fight… hopefully it would for you. But, in the event that it doesn’t, obviously you just got to weather the storm throughout the remainder of the fight. But, I think this is a really good technique to use against people that don’t know how to fight that well. They’re not experts at boxing or mixed martial arts. This usually will get them. Like I said, no one expects a punch right here in the beginning. They always expect the punch to go straight to the head. So, use this when you get into a fight and hopefully you’ll have some good luck.
I’ve seen a lot of videos out there that show different types of stances and stuff like that, and I thought I just have to get my 2 cents of what I feel really works. Hopefully this will work for you.
Learn more effective street fighting techniques: http://www.fightingtips.org/street-fighting-uncaged/
Many people are asking “how does self defense work?” and “is it self defense if…?” These are common questions we hear all the time because the line that separates self defense from assault/fighting is so thin and easy to accidentally cross over with devastating consequences.
This article will teach a few of the important aspects of what self defense is, where it begins, and what you can do to protect yourself. [Read more...]