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Bartitsu: The Sherlock Holmes Way of Self-Defense

“Walking-Stick as a Weapon in a Crowd. Barton-Wright, “Self-Defence with a Walking-Stick: Second Article,” Pearson’s Magazine 11

Self-Defense Tips: Defending Headlock from Behind

The 4 Self-Defense Moves You Shouldn't Live Without

Self-Defense Tips: Defending Headlock from Behind<< The first three were good, but I would be careful with the last one because it can be hard to think about all of that at once if you're a beginner.

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hairgrab defense: Grab the attacker’s wrist with your right hand. Hold his hand on your head (or throat) as you turn right and raise your left arm high (fig. 2). Bring that arm down upon your foe’s upper arm, placing your left foot in front of him (fig. 3). If you do this swiftly, you may well injure your assailant. Better go slow when you’re practicing, though.

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era

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7 self defense video techniques. Check them out and stay safe. Survival Life is the best source for survival tips, gear and off the grid living. #featured #selfdefense

7 Self Defense Video Techniques That You Need To Know

7 self defense video techniques. Check them out and stay safe. Survival Life is the best source for survival tips, gear and off the grid living. Everything you needed to know about survival

How To Spot A Trained Fighter by PhiTuS

More tips on how to make your character look like a trained fighter. - The first one is debatable. I'm not implying that every trained fighter does exac. How To Spot A Trained Fighter

Bartitsu: The Martial Art of Gentlemen - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle even had Sherlock Holmes practicing “baritsu” (a misspelling of bartitsu) in The Adventure of the Empty House

Bartitsu: The Martial Art of Gentlemen

Bartitsu: The Martial Art of Gentlemen - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle even had Sherlock Holmes practicing “baritsu” (a misspelling of bartitsu) in The Adventure of the Empty House (and now shown in the new Sherlock Holmes movies w Robert Downey Jr.

FRÍAS, Simón de. Tratado elemental de la destreza del sable. Compuesto por Don Simón de Frías, maestro de todas armas examinado, aprobado y titulado por el superior gobierno de Nueva España. Mexico: En la Imprenta de Arizpe, 1809

Elementary Treatise on the skill of the sword. Composed by Don Simón de Frias, master of all weapons examined, approved and called by the superior government of New Spain. Mexico: From the Press of Arizpe, 1809

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