Self Defence Training By Kanishka Sharma
Many people think of self-defense as a karate kick to the groin or jab in the eyes of an attacker. But self-defense actually means doing everything possible to avoid fighting someone who threatens or attacks you. Self-defense is all about using your smarts — not your fists.
A system designed by Agalon Kanishka Sharma keeping in mind the numerous crimes that are taking place at street nowadays. This system is derived from Pekiti Tirsia Kali, The official system of counter terrorist forces across the world and Indian Forces like NSG Commandos and Special Forces. This system is derived from Pekiti Tirsia Kali, The official system of counter terrorist forces across the world and Indian Forces like NSG Commandos and Special Forces. The system is Based on the principle of 3E- Easy To learn, Economical Movements, Effective Results
Transitional Techniques & Training
All techniques are designed to be applicable from one Improvised Weapon (Ball Pen, Credit Cards, Mobile Phone) to another and same techniques are applicable when Empty handed.
No age bar, No special requirements like excess flexibility, strength etc.
Learn to empower yourself & avoid being the victim!
·Deal effectively against the most common attacks against self.
Escape safely from a carjacking attempt.
·Defend against chokes and strangles.
·Defense using ordinary, everyday items such as keys, pens, magazines, credit cards and mobiles that are within your reach, In your house, in the car, in the street or just taking a walk, these weapons are everywhere just in case you need them.
Physical self defense is the use of physical force to counter an immediate threat of violence. Such force can be either armed or unarmed. In either case, the chances of success depend on a large number of parameters, related to the severity of the threat on one hand, but also on the mental and physical preparedness of the defender.
Many styles of martial arts are practiced for self-defense or include self-defense techniques. Some styles train primarily for self-defense, while other martial/Combat sportscan be effectively applied for self-defense.To provide more practical self-defense, many modern day martial arts schools now use a combination of martial arts styles and techniques, and will often customize self-defense training to suit the participants’ lifestyles, occupations, age groups and gender, and physical and mental capabilities.
Being aware of and avoiding potentially dangerous situations is an emphasis of self defense. Attackers are typically larger, stronger, and are often armed or have an accomplice. These factors make fighting to defeat the attacker unlikely to succeed. In order to attack, an aggressor must have three elements in place: desire, distance, and decision. If any one of these elements can be removed, an attack can be avoided without resorting to physical self defense. When avoidance is impossible, one often has a better chance at fighting to escape, such methods maybe referred to as ‘break away’ techniques.