Core JKD Multiple Attacker Self Defense Video Collection
Over 3 hours of intense training for defense against multiple attackers.
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"Ming, if I didn't have your training, I would've been seriously injured or dead."
This was from a student of mine who had been in a fight outside of a bar late one night as he was leaving to go home.
3 men attacked him.
He managed to strike and take down 2 of his attackers, holding them on top of one another and against the bar wall as he defended kicks to his head from the 3rd attacker.
His Core JKD training protected him, kept him conscious. After timing the kick he was able to catch the foot and pull the 3rd attacker off his feet.
My student got away with the attackers bloodied and bruised and staggering.
The next day he was back in the studio training and telling me what happened. He had swelling and bruising on his forehead from the kicks, he had cut knuckles and swelling on his hands.
But he was alive. He was safe.
He told me that during the fight he had sense enough to keep an eye out for weapons. Something we train under stress.
He was lucky he didn't have to deal with that. Weapons in a 3-attacker scenario is a difficult challenge. If you don't have an equalizer, you'd better know the basics and methods for how to defend and extract yourself from the situation.
We train that very well.
A lot of the time as instructors or students, we have to ask ourselves, "Is my system teaching everything possible to keep us safe in situations like these?"
Many times the answer is no.
Realistic training against hard resisting attackers is our bread and butter. It's what we do. It's where Core JKD's "core" techniques are developed.
I have developed proven techniques and strategies for dealing with resisting attackers with an intent to harm or kill.This is not theory.
This is not guesswork handed down from other people who took it from someone else's theories.
It is based on real-world fighting strategies and defense training unique to the Core JKD Method.
These methods and techniques can be adapted to any self defense system. They are immediately effective for people who have never trained before and for veterans in many specialized fields.
In the videos listed below , you will see some of the research and physical demonstrations Ming went through to understand deeply the various aspects of having to handle more than one attacker at a time.
You will be given the mental and physical techniques, strategies and drills to enhance your self defense functionality against multiple attackers with and without weapons.
Everything listed below is included on the videos.
Multiple Opponent Overview
Awareness factors for attacker threat
Multiple Opponents - Germany Seminar
- Level dropping baiting
- Owning your height
- Bi Jong/ bent knee phasic JKD dynamic stance vs Wing Chun Stance
- Intent in training
- Intimidation vs physical threat
- 2 on 1 maintaining leverage structure
- Taking out the larger opponent
- Using the larger mass
- Kenjit drawing to head and arm control vs resistance
- Preventing binding
- Maintaining stable transitional base
- Using momentum on that draw
- Leverage vs muscle, hip draw
- Seminar example flows
- Head control/pain technique on low leg attachment
- Knee to foot leverage technique to break low line control
- Efficiency—using 3rd-point to offset base on drawing
- Body positioning vs downed opponent
- Back to opponent warnings/counter-strategies
- Strategies for getting up from takedown 2 on 1
- Using downed opponent as leverage
- 2 on 1 threat engagement warnings: awareness
- Emotional threat engagement, peripheral vision tunneling
Wall Escape - Germany Seminar
- Multiple attacker crowding
- Drawing into path strategies
- Hip leading escape
- Eyes strikes
- Arm and head control (punch prevention)
- Fighting the human pressure response
- Transition weakness - striking on transitions
- Head control technique
- Body wrap control positions
- Headbutt warnings
Core JKD Multiple Opponent Seminar Florida
- Post up technique/drill to escape to standing
- Human response vs pressure
- Wrist grab releases and escape vs resistance
- Eye jab assists
- Power move single throat grab escape technique: static and resisting
- Wrist locks detail either hand
- Locks control vs tearing tendons
- Body motion to assist choke escape
- Bearing attacking tools in clinch
- Double hand choke escape
- Using momentum assist
- Power/dominance understanding in controls
- Wall choke escapes single or double hand
- Wall choke escape with no hands-full pressure examples
- Drawing attacker head into wall drill
- Breaking choke control technique
- Pain compliant techniques in law enforcement
- Multiple attacker perspectives vs wall escapes
- Efficient standing rear choke escapes detail
- Modified Core JKD kenjit control/takedown
- In your pocket elbow draw takedown
- Physics of standing choke escape
- Techniques for bringing down tall opponent
- Standing rear choke damaging takedown
- Choke escapes after fall
- Wrong choke escape recovery to escape
- Driving headbutt technique vs hooks
- Leverage understanding on power
- Reducing or preventing concussion on power hit
- Bicep control for taking base
- Our genetic periphery skill—enhancing periphery read drills
- Stop hit technique vs strikes
- Hook takedown
- 2 on 1 dynamics vs your position
- Owning position vs resisting attacker drills
- Using head control vs incoming attackers
- 2,3 or 4-person attacker control drills
- Exit awareness vs resisting attackers
- Orienting to the exit under control
- Multi-person control drill examples
- Arm lockout control
- Lockout escape counter to elbow break and boxing
- Wrist control dynamics detail
- Limb control to leverage body
- 3-person cycle drills vs resistance
- Techniques drill for escaping ground stomping
- 2-4 attacker ground stomping dynamics/cover/movement
- Escaping ground stomping/kicking/striking attackers
- Overcoming the panic of being ground stomped
- Head protection/pillar technique
- 5-person ground stomping drills with examples
- Drills/techniques supporting escape to standing
- Seminar comments from attendees
- Standing and grounded against the wall escape technique
- Drills for enhancing standing and grounded wall escapes
Downed Multiple Opponent Training Drill Fine Points
- Ming escape examples/research with slow motion
- Damaged cartilage
- Cover on escape
- Worst case scenario base training
- Downed opponent cover/strikes on escape
- Finding the exit for escape
- Technique for protecting head from kicks
- Base mechanics and drills for enhancing escape
- Pressure nudge on escape rise
- Josh first attempt-overwhelming experience
- Best discovery for escape path
- Perspective from stomped person
- Fine-tuning head cover on escape
- Training your periphery for motion vs stillness
- Staying low vs rising early
2 on 1 Multiple Opponent Strategies--Techniques-Sparring
- Head angle on strike
- Basic tool binding
- Arm and head control
- Periphery read to position body vs multiple attackers
- Jaw leverage for single arm head control
- Sparring training: Limited toolset sparring
- Sparring: Binding, positional control, head butts
- Bicep and head control to prevent being punched
- Flow sparring: Head and arm binding versus punching
- Sparring: Versus arm binding, head control, boxing
- Over-wrap binding and headbutts
- Arm binding and head/jaw control to spine to take base
- Flow sparring progression: Binding, head control to take base
- Sparring: Binding and had control to take base versus punching
- Kicking warning versus multiple opponents
- Flow Sparring: Inserting knees
- Body positioning and using head as battering ram
- Escaping multiple opponent binding tactics
- Kenjit (modified) introduction/technique for multiple opponents
- Flow sparring: Escaping binding/drawing one opponent onto another
- Multiple opponent binding escape examples
- Kneeing: Strategies, fine points, core jkd preferred, defenses against
- Muay Thai plumm control fine points, warnings
- Breaking knee defenses and controls to strike
- Flow sparring: Defending knees and inserting knees
- Bicep control weave escape
- Step-in kenjit drill
- Traditional silat kenjit
- Core JKD modified, functional kenjit for multiple attackers detailed
- Flow sparring: Modified kenjit entries and takedowns
- High-hook modified kenjit takedown against resisting opponent
- Flow sparring: Kenjit takedowns, body tackles, throws
Lock Flow Release Multiple Opponent Drills
- Person in the middle wrist lock controls and escape drills
- Eyes closed drill vs multiple opponents
Thumb Strike To Throat: A-B-C
- Thumb strike technique, targeting, training without sight
- Trachea damage awareness
- Finger guide targeting assist
- Thumb strike advantages vs resistance
- Clinch flow to sightless targeting and execution
- Depth on strike
- Advantage of clinch flow
- Relevance to knife training
Multiple Opponent Weapon Draw Drill
- Breakfall warnings
- Periphery drill training for multiple attackers
- Stages of progression to headgear
- Boundary training for time compression and awareness
- Multiple opponent leverage flow vs resistance
- Knife draw awareness and control by feel
- Detail on sensing weapon draw and control
- 3-person class resistance examples
Conditioning Exercises vs Multiple Opponents
- Exercises that help you find break points in their base and to strengthen the connective tendons and muscles required for working against resisting multiple opponents.
Knife brace supplement video to enhance your defense available here.
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