140 Advanced Combat Moves - Self Defence and Street Fighting
What you'll learn
- Self Defense
- Street Fighting
- Martial Arts
- Self Defence
- Close Combat
- Fighting Skills
- Watching "140 Combat Moves" is a plus
This course follows on from 140 Combat Moves, Amazon's most popular, and highest rated Self Defense and Close Combat DVD set.
This easy to follow step-by-step Self Defense DVD provides you with all the knowledge you need fight effectively. You will learn all the theory, techniques and tactics that normally take a martial artist or security professional years to acquire.
Practicing regularly, you will increase your fitness, increase your confidence and learn how to protect yourself, your family and your friends. A fight should not last longer than a few seconds. To ensure you win quickly, all these techniques follow three simple rules. They:
are realistic, designed against specific attacks you may find yourself having to defend against.
are effective, with fast moves aimed towards pressure points and target areas.
require no martial arts experience, anyone can perform these moves with a little practice.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who would like to learn self defense
- Door Staff
Alex started his martial arts career by training in Shotokan Karate in 1988, achieving his brown belt 1991. From there he went on to be the President and Team Captain of his university Karate Club, the Aston Tiggers. He represented his university in the Student Nationals where his team had a number of successes. He was awarded the prestigious University Colours for Services to Karate and Achievement in Karate.
Alex met Sensei John Hurley in 1997 and switched to Wado Ryu to train under him. He found that Wado Ryu, while not as attractive to look at as Shotokan, was far more effective. Furthermore, Wado Ryu did not produce any bad Black Belts.
He then attended numerous courses and lessons by Sensei Peter Spanton (9th dan) to refine his techniques and prepare himself for his Black Belt gradings. He started teaching as soon as he was awarded his Wado Ryu Black Belt in 2003. This was followed by his Nidan (2nd Dan) in 2005 and his Sandan (3rd Dan) at the infamous Ogwen Bank Course in 2012.
As part of his continuous development, Alex regularly attends Equity in Coaching, Child Protection and First Aid courses.