“Are You Prepared? For The TOP 10 Attacks You Will Encounter On The Street...”

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Lesson 1 - The Shove

Most fights start with a light shove - if you don't deal with this threat promptly, it could quickly turn into a situation that puts you in real danger.

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Lesson 2 - The Hard Push

Common bullies will start their attack by pushing you hard to get you off balance. Also, you can be fatally pushed into oncoming traffic, or a cliff, or a sharp object. Not countering this properly could open you up to devastating attacks from your opponent.

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Lesson 3 - The Right Hand Haymaker

The predominant striking attack you will encounter on the street is the rear right-handed punch. Getting hit with this can potentially knock you out! Discover the most effective way to counter this attack regardless of your attacker's size and strength.

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Lesson 4 - The Clinch

Once you move in close to your attacker, you need to disarm all his weapons, both hands, both legs, and his head - to give you the controlling advantage in the fight.

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Lesson 5 - Push Then Haymaker

The common attack combination in a street fight. Your attacker's forward momentum can put you in a very bad position. If you get caught off-guard by this attack, here is what to do to turn the tables around.

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Lesson 6 - Single Hand Grabs

Bullies will often grab you by your shirt or lapel before throwing a punch. Here's what to do quickly release the hold depending on the threat-level of the grab.

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Lesson 7 - Double Hand Grabs

Another bullying favourite. Your larger attacker will attempt to pull you off your feet with two hands, or pin you to the wall. Learn how to flip the odds to your favour.

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Lesson 8 - The Hockey Punch

This is grabbing with one hand and punching with the other. With one hand the attacker throws you off balance while his other hand strikes. Don't trade punches like a fool, here's how to counter this attack unscathed.

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Lesson 9 - The Push / Pull

The idea is the very foundation of Jiu-jutsu; to go with the flow and counter each attack of your opponent and give you momentum in combat.

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Lesson 10 - The Push / Pull Drill

The idea is the very foundation of Jiu-jutsu; to go with the flow and counter each attack of your opponent and give you momentum in combat.

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Lesson 11 - Headlock Defense - Early

Defending yourself at the earliest opportunity will definitely increase your chance of walking away.

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Lesson 12 - Headlock Defense - Middle

How to handle a situation when you are in the middle phase of being in a headlock!

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Lesson 13 - Headlock Defense - Late

Get your best line of defense even in the late phase of a headlock.

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Lesson 14 - Headlock Defense - Ground Transition

Find out your last chance at a standing self-defense!

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Lesson 15 - Ground Defense - Basics

Get the basics of defending yourself when you're down on the ground!

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Lesson 16 - Ground Defense - The Twister

Find out how to turn a losing situation to one that will make you the winner.

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Lesson 17 - Ground Defense - The Reversal

This move will surprise your attacker as you reverse your positions and gain the upper hand.

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Lesson 18 - Ground Defense - The Arm Bar Finish

Get out of a head lock and get even with the arm bar finish!

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Jiu Jitsu For The Streets - Self Defense System

Prepare Yourself For The TOP 10 Attacks You Will Encounter On The Street

TOTAL 18 LESSONS

This incredible course includes how to deal with these top 10+ attacks:

The Shove - Most fights start with a light shove - if you don't deal with this threat promptly, it could quickly turn into a situation that puts you in real danger.

The Hard Push - Common bullies will start their attack by pushing you hard to get you off balance. Also, you can be fatally pushed into oncoming traffic, or a cliff, or a sharp object. Not countering this properly could open you up to devastating attacks from your opponent.

The Clinch - Once you move in close to your attacker, you need to disarm all his weapons, both hands, both legs, and his head - to give you the controlling advantage in the fight.

The Right Hand Haymaker - The predominant striking attack you will encounter on the street is the rear right-handed punch. Getting hit with this can potentially knock you out! Discover the most effective way to counter this attack regardless of your attacker's size and strength.

Push Then Haymaker - The common attack combination in a street fight. Your attacker's forward momentum can put you in a very bad position. If you get caught off-guard by this attack, here is what to do to turn the tables around.

Single Hand Grabs - Bullies will often grab you by your shirt or lapel before throwing a punch. Here's what to do quickly release the hold depending on the threat-level of the grab.

Double Hand Grabs - Another bullying favourite. Your larger attacker will attempt to pull you off your feet with two hands, or pin you to the wall. Learn how to flip the odds to your favour.

The Hockey Punch - This is grabbing with one hand and punching with the other. With one hand the attacker throws you off balance while his other hand strikes. Don't trade punches like a fool, here's how to counter this attack unscathed.

Double Hand Push and Pull - This is a variation of the Double Hand Grab where your attacker is dynamically pushing and pulling you back and forth and upsetting your balance. Learn how to quickly regain your balance and control your attacker before you end up on the ground.

Headlocks Standing - The most common "restraint" you will encounter on the street is the headlock. Here's how to easily prevent or escape it in the early and middle stages.

Headlocks Ground - If you end up on the ground from a headlock, here's how to reverse the situation and submit your attacker.

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