Must See: Cop with Amazing Takedown Skills

In this day and age with so much media attention surrounding police brutality it has become quite obvious that most police officers lack the proper martial arts and self defense training necessary to handle potential threats. Officers are seen time and again using more force than necessary and even resorting to using a firearm whereas if they had been adequately trained maybe a life could have been spared.

That’s not the case here as we see a potential threat coming at an officer in an agressive manner only to get swooped up and body-slammed something reminiscent of UFC legend Matt Hughes in his heyday. We’re not sure the story behind this or who the police officer is, but it is nice to see the officer instinctively resort to his wrestling training rather than pulling out a firearm.

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Top 10 Reasons to Try MMA For Fitness

Mixed Martial Arts or MMA is a fantastic way to get in better shape, physically and mentally. It is a combination of various arts such as Karate, Kickboxing, boxing, Muay Thai, judo, wrestling etc. Some might opine that this sport is violent, and the participants may get easily hurt. But if a right instructor is … Read more

5 good examples of unrealistic martial arts self defense you should be wary of

  COLD WEATHER KARATE! Ever see a Jiu-Jitsu seminar that taught slap-boxing as a credible defense? Meet Kuntao “Realistic” Self-Defense. In this seminar you will learn that most fighting situations start with the attackers coming at you like Frankenstein with a hard on. In this seminar of realism, you will also learn the generic choke … Read more

Moments of WTF: 80’s mustache power *video*

I don’t even know where to start. This is half awesome / half epic fail. The only thing that works in this video is the perfectly groomed mustache that one of the “instructors” is wearing. This is a classic example of how we are told real life attacks work and how we should respond to these not likely to happen assaults. The execution of the ground defenses in this video make jiu jitsu white belts salivate at the chance of rolling with the teachers of this hot garbage. Enjoy and we apologize in advance…

Gracie Bullyproof and the transformation of Austin McDaniel

As a parent this might be one of the most important videos you ever see. If your child has suffered at the hands of a bully, there are answers.

Austin McDaniel is a 14-year-old boy from Indiana who loves video games and electric guitar. He’s a good student with loving parents. In September 2012, Austin was assaulted at school in front of his peers by a bully who choked him from behind and ultimately knocked him out with punches. The whole thing was caught on tape.

Dating: 3 Tips for Safe Blind Dates

So you have been fixed up or you are finally going to come face to face to that adorable guy you have been smitten with online for the past few weeks.

Even if you already picked out the china pattern and imagined what your kids would look like, let’s get home in one piece first. If he is Mr. Right, taking care of yourself and being cautious is not going to scare him off.

Self-Defense or Self-Offense: Three Tips for Remaining Safe

I made this acronym for A.W.A.R.E. that I use as my mantra… Always Watch And Remain Engaged.

What if self-defense started before you even left the house? There are plenty of conscious decisions you can make that can lower the chances that you will be attacked.

Common sense can be the best line of self-defense. Being aware of your surroundings is key! That means “keeping your eye on the road” so to speak. Focus on what you are doing. Predators look for easy targets. Women who are not paying attention to what they are doing.