Weapons Defense
Weapons Defense
Wood Shank
Jim Wagner
Many martial arts schools use rubber, plastic or blunt metal knives to teach students how to fend off a blade attack. Obviously, learning how to deal with knives is a mandatory part of self-defense training, especially because edged weapons are among the most widely used fighting tools in the world. But practicing only with training tools that look like knives will condition your brain for that particular edged weapon, and that can be a serious limitation.
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