How to Train Martial Arts Skills for Real Self Defense
There is a process for learning and to train martial arts skills for Self Defense. It’s not a simple as training one martial art technique. You need to test and train those skills in order to develop real self-defense skills.
In this TRITAC Martial Arts video, Co-Founders Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler train their martial arts skills to develop a self-defense training flow for their TRITAC Classes.
You will see the process they go through to developing the martial arts training flow as well as some investigation into how to train martial arts properly for self-defense.
There is a lot of room for creativity. Isolating an arm or a leg is crucial to controlling your opponent, setting yourself up for a sweep or a throw. You can also use this to shift an attackers weight around which will throw him off balance and open up entrances.
Always be looking for a joint to attack. Wrist locks, elbow locks, and knee locks are a great way of controlling limbs and avoiding wild kicks and punches.
When you are training self defense it’s a process that requires a lot of experimentation. You should be playing around with different options to evolve the process of how you fight.