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4 Basic Self-Defense Moves

According to UN Women, it is estimated that 35% of women worldwide have experienced sexual violence from a partner or non-partner. A recent survey conducted in 2018, concluded that India was the most dangerous place to be a woman, with US not too far behind in 10th place.

We are far from eradicating violence against women both in behavior and policy. However, the more educated and physically prepared we can be, the better. And while there are mixed reviews about how beneficial self-defense can actually be, it’s important to at least present yourself as someone they don’t want to f*ck with and train your Spidey senses. And if you are in that situation, how can you train your mind and body to react quickly to reduce your chances of getting attacked.

The owners of Austin Kung Fu Academy are here to show you a few basic self-defense moves, but please note, learning self-defense on a video alone is not enough. We encourage you to check your local YMCA or gym on where you can sign up for a proper self-defense course, or better yet get trained in a martial art.

We hope this video is an initial prompt for you to take action on what you can do to keep yourself out of harm’s way.

Disclaimer: The information on this video has been presented to assist you learning about self defense for yourself and your family. It is meant to be used as a helpful guide, but should not be considered as a complete resource on this subject. Please seek out additional sources of information. The owner of this video makes no representations, guarantees or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, or suitability of the information provided through this video. In addition, the owner specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages that may arise as a result of providing this website or the information it contains, or that may arise with respect to any websites maintained by third parties linked to from this website. The owner of this video does not warrant the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information found on the website. Also, the owner does not endorse any content, viewpoint, or products and services linked from this website, and shall not be held liable for any losses caused by reliance on the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of such information. Portions of such information may be inaccurate or outdated. Any person or entity that relies on information obtained from this website does so at his or her own risk.

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