After more than two years, my second book on weapon use and defense is finally finished: The Ultimate Guide to Weapon Use and Defense.
My first book covered techniques, training methods, and strategies for unarmed self defense, awareness and prevention, and physically defending against an unarmed attacker with no weapon of your own. This second book starts where the first book left off, and covers both unarmed defense against weapon threats and attacks, and how to use weapons to defend against armed opponents.
Although I find both books equally useful, particularly since the material covered is entirely different, and the first book has received very high ratings/reviews, the few people who have read the first book and draft copies of the second one have told me they like the second one even more. If you’re interested in weapon use and defense, I’m confident you’ll find this book extremely useful. It contains the most efficient and effective weapon techniques, training methods, and strategies you will find anywhere, for stick, knife, gun, and improvised weapons.
You can find out more about the book, and purchase either a digital version or a hard copy here. If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments below or contact me here.
Super excited to read and work through this new book. Weapons use and defense is a real world skill to master but something not too commonly focused on in martial arts in a practical functional way. Again, I’m really excited to get into this material.
Congrats on the book ,i’ll check it out, but what do you think about panantukan ?they have an all system ,like dumog,sikiran thats very intersting ,its very popular these daysand simularities with jkd,anyway its streetoriented so i like the concept,greetings
Hello Tom. Panantukan is far too much “fluff”…too many techniques that won’t work in a real situation. Check out my kali empty hand video for more on that subject: http://www.functionalselfdefense.org/kali/empty-hands