Harinder Singh

Black Belt presents live training with Sifu Harinder Singh. Be Water: how to adapt in a street fight.

Harinder Singh is the founder of JKD Athletics and lifetime martial arts practitioner in the art of Jeet Kune Do. Harinder has spent years training in the individual arts that are incorporated in Jeet Kune Do to better round out his self defense skills. His teaching methods have allowed him to train some of the most elite teams in the world including the Navy SEALS, U.S Secret Service, SWAT, and the FBI through various training engagements.


Black Belt is proud to have him live as part of our virtual summit training series. Sifu Singh and his methods of adaptability in fights are extremely relevant to the current climate in the United States given the various levels of unrest. He will focus on how you can position yourself in a fight to remain adaptable among the chaos in order to be prepared for anything that may come your way.

How will you perform at the moment of truth?

What's going to happen to you physically and emotionally in a real fight where you could be injured or killed? Will you defend yourself immediately, hesitate during the first few critical seconds of the fight, or will you be so paralyzed with fear that you won't be able to move at all? The answer is - you won't know until you can say, "Been there, done that." However, there is a way to train for that fearful day.

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Mynewsla.com reported that a group of people playing basketball in Grijalva Park at the time of the assault recognized Vivona from his previous harassment of Kokumai and surrounded him until a nearby police officer arrived to make an arrest. The incident with Kokumai, who is slated to represent the United States in this summer's Tokyo Olympics, gained widespread notice after she posted a video of it on social media in an effort to increase awareness about the growing threat of anti-Asian racism.


John Wayne Parr will make his highly anticipated ONE Championship debut against Nieky Holzken at ONE on TNT III on Wednesday, April 21.

The ONE Super Series Muay Thai bout will be contested at a catchweight.

Parr is a true legend of martial arts. The talented Aussie has a long track record and will be returning to showcase his skills on the global stage of ONE to a whole new audience of spectators around the globe. But he will be challenged by one of the top strikers in the world.

Holzken is the current #1-ranked lightweight kickboxing contender.

But on Wednesday, these two mighty warriors will dawn the four-ounce gloves in their bout.

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