One can never necessarily be completely “ready” for a real self defense situation, however, we can increase our odds of surviving against a violent attacker by targeting certain moves, and training various types of martial arts. In a street fight, you should try to run away, use an improvised object for protection, or grapple.
If someone tries to punch you, you better be ready to close that distance and block that punch… And then to follow up!
Jason Henderson – a BJJ & Judo black belt, as well as a retired Navy SEAL – gives some great tips on how to do that.
Jason is not just a decades-long member of the armed services, he is also an experienced grappler which helps influence his self-defense and control in this series. This is one of the most respected veteran martial artists in the world, and Jason has experience fighting in 16 years including time on Seal Team 6
The 2-on-1 is a very dominant position in Jiu-Jitsu, when it comes to standup. But have you ever wondered, how would you go about using it in a self defense situation?
Jason Henderson, who is a former Navy SEAL master chief (with 30 years of service) shows how to use the 2-on-1 for self defense:
Safely & Effective Disarm Your Suspect With These Lessons On Real-Life Extraction & Control From Retired Navy Seal Masterchief and 2x Black Belt Jason Henderson.
- Retired Navy Seal Masterchief Jason Henderson shares his insights on how to safely and effectively control a suspect in some of the most common situations that he saw in his 30-year career.
- Learn tips for how to perform vehicle extractions, how to control a suspect in front of you, and how to safely confront and control a suspect in a hallway on this 3-volume series.