Martial Arts Self Defense : Martial Arts Self-Defense Training Equipment


Hi, I’m Jason Jeannette with Elite Martial
Arts of Middle, Tennessee, here on behalf of Expert Village. Alright, let’s talk about
appropriate training equipment. It would be best to have a little of everything. For sticks,
you can do anything from saw off a shovel handle, which would be your highest level
what you don’t want to deal with. The better way to go is just take a rattan escrima stick,
a little bit lighter thing for training. After we get comfortable with the technique, so
I have a little bit, I want the stress factor; I want “wow, I really don’t want to get hit
with that.” Still knowing that your partner is going to be safe and kind of pull the strike
if you flub it. The other starter versions you can get pretty much any martial arts training
equipment company makes a different version, in different lengths of just a padded, this
is just a cotton material over foam and a handle, which you can get hit with as hard
as you can, no problem. If you don’t have access to equipment like this, a pool noodle
is a fantastic way to start club defense. Take it, chop it into two or three pieces,
whatever length and there’s no stress, you can go as hard as you want to and really get
some realistic swings in there without worrying about anybody getting hurt. Knives we can
move into. Anything from the live knife, which I suggest to never train with. This is what
I might carry, something I can open singlehanded, while I’m in the fight if I’m being attacked.
They make a training version of that, that’s exactly the same thing, but with a dulled
point and a dulled blade on it. Moving down to rubber training knives, which attackers
while practicing enjoy. It’s much better for them to get jammed into their ribs. Or a hard
training knife just like this. It’s hard plastic, good solid quality. It’s something you don’t
want to get popped with on the arm, so that’s a good, that adds to our stress factor, which
is a super important part of training.

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