VIDEO: Close Quarters Defense | Frontal Attack

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VIDEO: Close Quarters Defense | Frontal Attack by Gun Carrier at
Want to learn about close quarters defense?
Interested in sharpening your self defense skills?
If you’re approached by an intruder with a knife attempting to stab you, your reaction has to be immediate. There are no second chances when someone is trying to stab you.
In this episode, coach Jeremy will teach you how to defend yourself and take control of this situation immediately. Don’t be a victim.
Throughout the series, we’ll present you with original training techniques from coach Jeremy Pollack from Inner Warrior Coaching, who will cover knife defense, how to disarm a gun from a gunman, and how to use random items such as a belt or stick to defend yourself, and more. Take hold of Coach Jeremy’s 20+ years as a Martial Arts instructor, and Don’t be a Victim! You can always find the ongoing series playlist here.

Episode 11 – Close Quarters Defense – Frontal Attack

Want to know how to defend yourself against a knife attack in close quarters?
Learn these vital self-defense and offense techniques by watching the latest episode of our new defense training series.
This is Coach Jeremy Pollack from Inner Warrior Coaching. Watch how he masterfully teaches you about proper self defense techniques.

As always, the full self-defense course series of ‘Don’t Be a Victim’ can be FOUND HERE.

7 Responses to :
VIDEO: Close Quarters Defense | Frontal Attack

  1. AmericanBob says:

    most awesome! as a pistol instructor, in my advanced classes I teach disarming methods (of guns) via the Masood Ayoob teaching styles, which work GREAT, I have never thought of teaching disarming techniques for knives. This one video has opened my brain up to the realization that I need to first learn myself, and then teach others! Thank you so much for this video! I maybe 52 but this old dog is still willing to learn!

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  2. FirstShirt says:

    Very well explained. Reminds me of some training as an Infantryman, back in the day. Control is the key here as the instructor mentioned often. Thanks for the video!

  3. pruettee says:

    The old saying is don’t come to a gun fight with a knife. I would pull one of he two guns I would be carrying and shoot the idiot.

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