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How To Win A Street Fight Against Someone Bigger Revealed!

02nd February 2010
So if you were stuck in the position of facing off against a much bigger opponent and your no martial artist, what would you do? Well you don't need to goto a self defense course or martial arts dojo because in this special article I will show you how to ... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

How To Stop Dog Attacks On Joggers, Meter Readers, Delivery Personnel

02nd February 2010
Sometimes dog attacks take place in areas where you would think you are completely safe. At a park or just jogging, walking or making simple deliveries, you are always at risk to encounter an unfriendly dog that is ready to attack. Dog attacks are on t... Read >
Author: David LeBlanc

6 Killer Street Fighting Moves You Must Learn!

07th January 2010
I am going to share with you some of the best self defense tactics with you that are proven to work. I have been a fighter as well as a bouncer throughout my entire life and I have even fought in prisons which has taught me martial art tips that every str... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

The Insect Called Bed Bugs

25th March 2009
for insects. Insects are gifted with protective structures, usually in the outermost layer of their skin or physical structures. These protective layers, which are naturally and usually characterized by wax-like substances, are what makes insect very ... Read >
Author: Judd Snell

Advantage and Disadvantage of Using Mace Pepper Spray

25th March 2009
Also known as Oleoresin Capsicum (OC), Mace pepper sprays are one of the widely used self-defense products today. They are affordable, portable, easy to conceal, and when utilized at the right time and place, they can be completely effective in deterring ... Read >
Author: philw

Self-Defense in New Jersey

16th January 2009
The United States Constitution and New Jersey State laws permit us to protect ourselves. As homeowners, there are legal measures that can be used to keep out intruders. The Second Amendment to the US Constitution provides that we have the right to bear ar... Read >
Author: Kenneth Vercammen Esq.

Are Tasers and Stun Guns the Same thing?

22nd November 2008
Most people assume that there is no difference between a stun gun and a Taser except for the name. However, there are a few important differences between the two. For one, stun guns do not shoot anything work only on direct contact. The probes located ... Read >
Author: Brain Kernels

Seven Common DoS Attack Methods

13th August 2008
Hackers have an armory of methods to pass Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. The following seven sections emphasize the degree of the quandary faced by organizations trying to battle the DoS threat. TippingPoint provides solutions to battle these common met... Read >
Author: Sharon Greenslade

Four reasons to study Krav Maga

06th February 2008
Self defence and combat skills Krav Maga offers the practitioner the ability to cope both with situations where an attack comes with little or no warning and also with situations where the attacker(s) intent is obvious from the outset. As a system if f... Read >
Author: kior

Alopecia - A hair loss disease | symptoms

21st June 2007
About Alopecia Alopecia, which is pronounced al-oh-PEE-shah air-ee-AH-tah, is an autoimmune skin disease. This results in loss of hair on both the scalp and body of a person. It is impossible to guess where it strikes and anyone whatever their age, bac... Read >
Author: Alien

Two self defense weapons that are really just household items!

17th November 2006
So, you know that carrying a concealed self defense weapon is a crime. However, having a concealed weapon can be a great self defense tool, handy for disabling any attacker that may have a weapon himself. Since you can't carry a gun or a knife in publi... Read >
Author: Steve Gibbs
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