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Learn self defense report

  1. 1. Palawan Council
  2. 2. Senior GS Maria Teresa Baralla, orients the participants
  3. 3. Senior GS Maria Teresa Baralla orients the participants
  4. 4. Taekwondo sparring terms (i.e. "Begin" the Fight and "End"the Fight).
  5. 5. Learn the Taekwondo words for Punch, Back Fist, Elbow Strike andmore.
  6. 6. The funky dance
  7. 7. Groupings
  8. 8. Groupings
  9. 9. Groupings
  10. 10. Orientation with resource person Taekwondo instructors Joseph Palamares& Paulo Titular.
  11. 11. Avid listeners. Learning Taekwondo words for Front Kick,Roundhouse Kick, Spinning Hook Kick and many more
  12. 12. Taekwondo Warm-Up & Stretching Routine -
  13. 13. Taekwondo Warm-Up & Stretching Routine -
  14. 14. Taekwondo Warm-Up & Stretching Routine -
  15. 15. Taekwondo Strikes- How To Use Your Hands And Arms WithPower
  16. 16. Defense against a rear choke - teaches how to defend againstsomeone choking you from behind.
  17. 17. Defense against a wrist grab - shows escape methods if someone hasgrabbed your wrist with one hand.
  18. 18. This is it!!! The first phase of defense moves.
  19. 19. Taekwondo is the way of the hand and foot. And hand strikes are animportant part of your taekwondo.
  20. 20. How to escape if an attacker has you from behind
  21. 21. How to escape if an attacker has you from behind
  22. 22. How to escape if an attacker has you from behind
  23. 23. Fighting Stance - This Taekwondo stance is used forsparring/fighting and not in forms.
  24. 24. Fighting Stance - This Taekwondo stance is used forsparring/fighting and not in forms.
  25. 25. Your body should be faced to the side - so you present a smaller target tothe opponent in the front.
  26. 26. How to escape if an attacker has you from behind
  27. 27. Cut Kick - Use this kick to block an opponents kick.
  28. 28. Cut Kick - Use this kick to block an opponents kick.
  29. 29. Basic Blocks - Kicks
  30. 30. Basic Blocks - Kicks
  31. 31. Basic Blocks - Kicks
  32. 32. Basic Blocks - Kicks
  33. 33. Sparing demo
  34. 34. Sparing demo
  35. 35. Sparing demo
  36. 36. H
  37. 37. H
  38. 38. H
  39. 39. Defense against a rear chokeSparing demo
  40. 40. Sparing demoSparing demo
  41. 41. Sparing demo
  42. 42. Sparing demo
  43. 43. HSparing demo
  44. 44. Sparing demo
  45. 45. Basic Blocks - Knife Hand Blocks and Closed Fist BlocksSparing demo
  46. 46. H
  47. 47. I - Program Description: SPB Stop The Violence, Learn Self- DefenseII - Objectives: Awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance options Realistic, usable defense tactics Lectures and extensive hands-on training enable you to develop confidence and proficiency
  48. 48. III - Rationale of the Program: Women & Self-Defense Taekwondo can help women deal with many potentially dangerous situations (i.e. muggings, rape scenarios, bullying, spousal abuse, etc.) if you unable to escape or call for help. However, "There are very distinct physical differences between what will work for a man and for a woman... you are going to use different techniques if someone has a foot of height and 100 lbs on you" and "If your attacker has a size and strength advantage on you, some techniques will not work. One has to adapt and focus on efficiency, not brute force". Given this fact of life, most women should focus on techniques that allow them to escape a situation versus trying to overpower a possibly much larger and stronger opponent. Get away from danger! Taekwondo is a combat and self-defense techniques Physically, taekwondo develops strength, speed, balance, flexibility, and stamina.

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