I have always considered myself a proficient fighter. From a young age, I was drawn to the ring, the mats, and the thrill of combat. Boxing, Muay Thai, Karate, Kickboxing,
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As a martial artist, Krav Maga and women’s self defence instructor I am often asked what is the best way for women to defend themselves. In my opinion teaching women’s self defence is no different to any other self-defence techniques, however women certainly need to be more strategic as an attacker is often physically bigger and stronger.
In my last 20 years of training I have come across many different arts and various methods of dealing with weapons. I have seen mistakes people make and witnessed many in real life when dealing with an attacker that is armed. I have compiled some of the biggest mistakes martial artists make in training for weapons. I have studied many arts from traditional to modern and feel confident with my Krav Maga training in preparation for any attack.