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Video clip for those who have my book, “Watch Out For The Pointy End”

Video clip for those who have my book, “Watch Out For The Pointy End” This clip relates directly to my last blog entry. Tactic 1: Avoid while intercepting the attack. AVOID = Rotate You must rotate all the way to face Empty Space

Knife Defence is tough so getting it right is important

Knife Defence is tough so getting it right is important This is for those who have my knife defence book “Watch Out For The Pointy End.” I say that because I want to talk about a couple of the details in making things work; therefore, you need the book to know what I am referring […]

In Search of Efficiency – Part Eight: Empty Space

In Search of Efficiency – Part Eight: Empty Space I intend to write an entire book on how to see and fighting in empty space so this brief introduction will hardly do this principle justice but the fact I want to write a book on it should impart how important I think this is. Using […]

Preparing for the Harsh Reality of a Knife Assault

Preparing for the Harsh Reality of a Knife Assault At the bottom of this post is a link to an excellent article analysing videos of knife assaults and finding the commonalities in a true knife assault rather than what is often thought of as a knife attack. The article points out the very real issue […]

Is there an absolute answer in Knife Defence?

Is there an absolute answer in Knife Defence? Answer – no. I wrote a book on knife defence but if you expected me to say there is an absolute answer to knife defence – just read my book, you’d be wrong. I see a number of clips criticising other approaches, most often to promote the […]

The 21 Principle: 21 Never Alarm the Aggressor

This is a private video clip for website members only. The 21 Principles in “Watch Out For The Pointy End” 21. Never Alarm the Aggressor. Last of the 21 principles in the book – hope you enjoyed this series of short clips.

The 21 Principles: 20 Sticking, Adhering, Guiding and Leading

This is a private video clip for website members only. The 21 Principles in “Watch Out For The Pointy End” 20. Sticking, Adhering, Guiding and Leading. A big one that is actually four principles that link together.

The 21 Principles: 19 Act in Motion

This is a private video clip for website members only. The 21 Principles in “Watch Out For The Pointy End” 19. Act in Motion.

The 21 Principles: 18 Elasticity

This is a private video clip for website members only. The 21 Principles in “Watch Out For The Pointy End” 18. Elasticity.