Self Defense

7 Self-Defense Video Techniques You Need To Know



Looking for self-defense techniques? Check out these videos and learn how to defend yourself when the situation calls for it!

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In this article:

  1. Simple Self-Defense Techniques
  2. How to Get Out of a Headlock
  3. How to Fight Off Multiple Attackers
  4. Bear Hug Escapes
  5. 3 Choke Escapes
  6. Choke Against the Wall Defense
  7. Self-Defense Pressure Points

Practice Self-Defense and Protect Yourself All the Time


Know How to Protect Yourself

Personal safety is a concern for anyone and at the end of the day, no matter who you are, everyone wants to be safe. A way to ensure your safety, no matter where you go, is to educate yourself on self-defense techniques or martial arts.

Watch these self-defense videos and keep safe!


1. Simple Self-Defense Techniques

ARCS Self Defense Techniques

A.R.C.S. or Automatic Reflex Combat System is an ideal technique for civilian self-defense, hand-to-hand close quarter combat, and defensive tactics training. What’s fascinating about this technique is, it is based on human reflexes.

These involuntary or automatic reflex responses, known as startle response, is innate so we use it to our advantage when the situation calls for it. Watch this video from ARCSSelfDefense and learn this simple yet effective self-defense technique.

2. How to Get Out of a Headlock

How to Get Out of a Headlock

One of the most powerful submission holds is the headlock. You need to exert maximum force to get out. But the person being head-locked has, in fact, the better position than the attacker.

Knowing a few effective tactics can help you get out of a headlock and win the fight, even if the assailant is bigger than you. In case you get into a headlock, learn this self-defense technique from fightTIPS to get away safely.

3. How to Fight Off Multiple Attackers

Self Defense Technique Against Multiple Attackers - Cornered

One of the worst scenarios you can possibly encounter with multiple attackers is being cornered. When your back is against the wall with several attackers hitting you, escaping may seem futile.

Most people will just cover up and wish they will not be beaten to death. Little did we know, we can use this situation to our advantage.

This is where the power of street fighting can save your behind. In this video from Modern Combat and Survival, you will learn one of the most effective self-defense training technique against multiple attackers.

4. Bear Hug Escapes

Self Defense: Bear Hug Escape

If someone grabs you from behind, it can be difficult to break their hold. A bear hug is one of the simplest styles of holds, but it can be extremely frustrating when you are grabbed.

This video from WeAreGoodCompany gives a few methods for getting away from a bear hug and increase your chances of survival.

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5. 3 Choke Escapes

Top 3 Choke Escapes for Self Defense - Win the Fight Against an Attacker

Chokes, especially the rear naked choke, is absolutely a powerful and super-difficult-to-escape type of submission. No wonder this technique ended so many matches in MMA.

Even when your attacker is getting close to accomplishing this submission, don’t just give up. There is still a great chance of escaping this situation.

You can try eye gouging, finger-bending or you can bite your attacker. These methods are illegal in MMA, but it can be a real life-saver in actual situations. Use these techniques from fightTIPS to quickly break the hold.

What is a rear naked choke? It is a dangerous chokehold attack from behind that obstructs the flow of blood from the heart to the brain.

6. Choke Against the Wall Defense

Choke Against the Wall Defense - Krav Maga Technique - KMW Krav Maga Self Defense w/ AJ Draven

This effective technique will help you get out when someone has pushed you against the wall and tries to choke you. It can be a very dangerous attack since the wall is preventing you from escaping.

You need to counteract fast before you lose consciousness because of the choke. Watch this video from KMWKravMaga and find out the best technique to get out of this threatening situation.

7. Self-Defense Pressure Points

Simple Pressure Point Knockout

A deliberate and powerful strike in your attacker’s pressure points can cause extreme pain, stunning sensation, and balance disruption. You can easily knock them out and get out of that dangerous situation unharmed.

This video from MEMESelfDefence will show you that hitting these pressure points even with little amount of force can neutralize your attacker.

Hungry for more self-defense techniques? Watch this video from Master Wong and learn some Wing Chun martial arts:

5 Self Defence moves everyone should know | Master Wong

Knowing how to defend yourself against an attacker will give you a strong sense of security. There are self-defense classes and practices such as Jiu-jitsu, Muay Thai, Karate, Krav Maga, and a whole lot more.

Self-defense training is not only crucial in protecting yourself, but it can also boost your self-confidence and improve your physical and mental power.

Do you know other self-defense techniques? Share it with us in the comments section below! 

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in March 2014 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.



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