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Old 03-21-2018, 02:02 AM   #1
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Default The Value of Weapons Training for Self Defense

This growing trend of training with weapons is in part due to the popularity of weapon based arts in the movies, but, more importantly, it is also because many are seeing the real value of weapons training. Weapons training has many benefits. Weapons training offers excellent skill development at an accelerated pace. Weapons training lends to developing a mindset that is focused on survival. Also, weapons training offers a well rounded skill set that allows one to have more options for self defense.

Weapons training will give you a strong sense of speed and timing. The pace of weapons training can be faster than that of empty hands because the tip of your weapon can move faster than the hand holding it. This effect is greater when the weapon is longer than the reach of your arm, such as in baton training. By training regularly at this faster pace afforded by weapons training, you will become accustomed to defending against attacks at higher speeds. Because of this, you will also develop a keen sense of timing. At a faster pace, your timing must be more accurate and precise because your margin for error is smaller. This pressure will make you more skillful quickly.

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