Michael Janich and Craig Foushee teach the proper technique for utilizing a medium-length stick to defend against, control and strike an attacker so that you can escape unharmed. Michael demonstrates a few of the situations you might find yourself, like when an attacker attempts to strike you either forehand or backhand, and what you would do to repel their strikes and convince them that they messed with the wrong person. By remembering the areas on your enemy’s body that you should target and attacking these with confident, decisive hits, you’ll be able to put them down with a few swift strikes of your stick.
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