Real Self Defence Part 1

flu my name is Glenn Vickery and welcome to my youtube channel Kiwi bushcraft and survival today we're going to start the first series of self defense and the type of self-defense said I normally teach as realistic self-defense ok so it's focused towards anybody it's the type of self-defense which is used for minimum force it's also which is which is focused around police enforcement security industry Defence Force corrections officers and things like that and of course the average person when you are trying to defend yourself for another person without using maximum force on on the person that you're using your defensive techniques worth so that encompass is quite a lot of wrist locks come along holds and takedowns to various degrees the other stuff that I teach as well can go as far as minimum force right up to maximum force ok to the point where it's a lethal so but the thing is with my type of our techniques you can go from minimum to max or max to money and in between at any stage you want to take it so some of the techniques that I teach as well sort of flow into and I'm come back but so it's quite a wider area some areas will go into ground fighting but mainly the basics of ground fighting so and I like to keep things basic so that doesn't get too complicated for people okay so what I normally do is win on training or teaching people I cover a few rules initially just so that we can if you think we'll run a little smoother so I'll cover some of those now okay so the first thing is a health and safety brief okay if you're taking your own training this should normally be given priority every training or at least be put up on the wall so that individuals can now read it but they should be taken through it initially before their first training okay number one we want to wash our hands before arrival or bring a full n sorry bring a full water bottle to each training session ok so we wash our hands for hygiene reasons and the other thing is we want to bring water so they were hydrated ok number two listen to all instructions given to you by the training instructor ok so speaks for itself listen to what you're told to do number three at any given time if you're told to stop make sure you stop what you're doing immediately number four when training with a training partner please ensure that you do not try and fight the techniques when you are a beginner ok so what I mean there is if you are a beginner or your train if you're a beginner don't fight the techniques that somebody's trying to teach you ok what what can happen is if you fight the technique like if you try and use full strength when somebody's doing a technique to you to prevent that technique initially what make what happens is the person that's doing the technique with you will try harder and of course you'll try harder to stop them and then eventually somebody's going to get who now we do do the techniques with full strength but we don't start getting into full strength until you know the technique properly okay and both people that is training know what they're doing okay so it's a preventative measure okay so fighting fighting the techniques will only make it harder for you and your partner to learn the techniques properly unnecessary resistance of force can lead to your partner reacting with the use of more force and then an injury may occur as your partner becomes more efficient with the techniques they can ask you to gradually increase the resistance or force to better improve their techniques okay so hopefully that makes that's clear number five tapping out okay tapping out is required when you get in a position where you can't move anymore or somebody's using force on you and it's going to cause an injury or it's causing too much pain we caught you need to tap out so when we say tap out it means to if somebody's doing a technique to you and you can tap your own body just tap your own body so they hear that tapping noise and they'll stop either the technique or they'll stop increasing the amount of force that day doing the technique with another way is to tap the other person okay tap them on the league or the shoulder or they handled it we're ever just tap their body three times or a couple of times okay so that they're aware that that you to stop the technique or to decrease the amount of force set by putting into the technique and the third way is obviously well as to tap the floor okay can tap the floor light or something all right just tap the floor or whatever it is that you can tap on to let them know and obviously the last one is verbally telling them okay yeah yeah yeah just tell them to stop okay or just yeah yeah yeah as an hold it there don't increase there was a don't increase the four anymore and so with those you can use a multi combination of those to make sure that you're getting the point across to your partner and of course your partner is looking out for your health and safety and looking out for you as well so they are not intentionally going to try and injure you or hurt you okay so because remember we're only training we're training for the real thing we don't want to injure ourselves or injury our partner otherwise it can put them out at action for months if not years okay and we don't want that for ourselves or up cut so we need to look after each other now if you do you have to tap out don't some people don't tap out and then they get injured like if they get a serious injury from ana program phone or dislocated bone or something like that they get seriously injured and it's an ego thing they just don't want to tap out because they like they don't want to lose or something like that you have to get past their ego and just tap out okay and then take it as a learning lesson that you got portal you got into a position where the other opponent with feeding you and congratulate them say well done you got me there and learn from it learn from the fact that you got caught and try not to get caught in that same position again so another thing you can do is ask the partner how did he get you into that technique or what did he do how did he do it so you can learn from it so you come out of it with some knowledge of learning rather than come out of it with an injury number six health and safety basically by law when you when you're training when you're doing anything like this we're all obligated by law to make sure that we don't injure ourselves and we injure another person okay and we so we all must look out for ourselves and others when we're training if you don't if you see something that's where somebody could get injured you must say something right because the instructor there's not always maybe busy teaching somebody something or assisting people so if you see something or you see with somebody may get injured tell them to stop okay and do something about it don't let that continue if somebody's going to get seriously hurt or injured okay so we're all obligated by law to look after ourselves and look after our partners and others when we're training very important okay so the main thing has pleased make sure you look after yourself during training and make sure you look after others if you don't look after your training partner people won't want to train with you okay and if you've got nobody to train with you'll never get good at the techniques you'll never look basically you'll never become any good at it because no one wants a train with you so look after your partner and make sure that they're looking after you and everything will go good the last thing is number seven ensure an adequate amount of stretches is conducted prior teeny training so the strictures will be basically dependent on each individual you can do group session of our strictures or you can do individual stretches prior to tuning up to training or when you get to training it can take up a you know good 10-15 minutes sometimes do stretches so it's better if people are doing it as they arrive and if you arrive late to training then you should be doing a few stretches and Inge coming and joining with everybody else okay so that's the safety brief out of the way and very important that we do it so the next thing we're going to go on to is learning how to defend yourselves and others so obviously it's extremely important that we learn how to defend ourselves and how to defend others and if we can if we are unable to defend ourselves then we're not going to be very good at defending others so if you're the man of the house you need to protect your self and you need to be able particular partner and you need to be able to protect your kids and you need to be able to particular family okay when you go out on the town you need to be able to do the same thing you may be protecting a friend or protecting another person within the community that that just simply can't defend themselves they need protecting okay if you go out on operations and you end up in a situation of an unarmed combat situation we don't have your weapon we've run out of ammo or you don't have a knife on you for some reason okay you may need to use an armed combat okay you may be in a prisoner of war and you don't have any weapons on you so you may be trying to escape and you need to be able to use your hands okay in your legs your body as a weapon okay so and obviously as I said when you're out on the town you're not going to be carrying weapons and things like that you need to be able to defend yourself at a moment where it's needed so extremely important to make sure that we can defend yourselves because the simple matter is everybody will end up in situations where you do or will need to defend yourself and if you can't you may end up dead it's as simple as that ok if you don't end up dead second best thing is well not good but you might end up a vegetable at the hospital your hip cave them okay anything like that so it's not nice you need to be able to defend yourself all right and so what we're going to be doing is we're going to get into the next lesson shortly so I don't make these videos too long and so I'll see shortly so subscribe like and comment and damn OC is on the next I listen cheers point

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