Personally, I would also recommend medical training as that’s more likely to save a life than self defense classes. And I’d also suggest weapons training so you have a myriad of tools (and defense against those tools) at your disposal should you need them.
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My 6 year old son started BJJ one year ago. Unfortunately the instructor moved. Ultimately I would want him to learn KM, however most clubs don’t start until age 12. In the interim, I want him to learn a martial art which is useful for self defence and above all improve balance, reflexes and coordination. Is copiera the best option, or finding another BJJ school? I would be open to other suggestions also. I do however think at this age, body control, movement, reflexes and balance are the most important. Your thoughts are much appreciated.
Look, we’ll break it to you easy: You don’t have enough awesome James Bond moves in your hand-to-hand combat arsenal. And while we absolutely don’t advise you use these on anyone who isn’t seriously attacking you, we’re hard-pressed to believe that anyone would fuck with you if you practiced these on those little shits at the elementary school.
There are several ways your criminal responsibility is limited under Texas law. The defenses listed in Chapter 8 of the Penal Code apply to all forms of criminal responsibility, however–not just assault. Those listed are Insanity, Mistake of Fact, Mistake of Law, Intoxication, Duress, Entrapment, Age, and Child with Mental Illness (disability or lack of capacity).
Mixed Martial Arts: MMA competition fights have become popular in recent years. The sport developed in reaction to the lack of real world practicality of many martial arts. Attacks and defenses are taken from different martial arts disciplines, and include strikes with the hands, elbows, knees, and feet, as well as grappling techniques. It’s also very aggressive martial art.
“One guy hauls off and punches the other kid in the ribs and walks away. The kid didn’t feel it and he yells after the guy, ‘Fuck you, pussy! Your punches are weak!’ And he turns to cross the street, but now there’s traffic so he’s waiting, and about a minute into it, he starts to get dizzy and collapses, and my friend ran over and caught him, held him before he hit the ground. And I rushed over to see if the kid is OK, maybe an adrenaline dump, so he passed out … it turned out he wasn’t punched, he was stabbed, and he died in my friend’s arms that night.”
I am looking into learning a martial art which will help me know how to defend myself against a knife attacks and just in general from street fights. I would like to take my brother with me who gets bullied at school and I am wondering what martial art you would recommend. A local instructor not too far from me teaches Wing Chun and another teaches Tae Kwon Do, so would any of these be a good option? Cheers
Everyone! The ability to improve your situation when you find yourself in a bad one is not just for people of a certain age, gender or fitness level. Because anyone can be targeted by an attacker, everyone deserves the ability to improve their defenses. Prior experience isn’t neccessary to learn life self defense.
The fifth reason relates back to both the second and fourth reasons, but is a distinct enough to be its own reason. The fifth is that by knowing these other issues, you will greatly assist yourself in communicating with the police and defending your actions in a court of law as to “why” you felt it was necessary to use physical force. Violence doesn’t happen in a vacuum, legal repercussions are as much of a danger as the physical assault. This is why you need to understand that aspect and how to survive the court battle as well as the violent encounter. If you cannot articulate “why” you felt it necessary to use physical force, the authorities it will turn into a “your word against his”. Unfortunately, as he is now “injured” the weight of the argument is on his side. That in the eyes of the law makes you the aggressor (read: the guilty party).