Fear in self-defense and ways to overcome it
An important point to consider in the face of danger and conflict is the adrenaline rush caused by fear and an increase in heart rate in the first seconds before the conflict. Offensive people are often active, have no adrenaline rush, but ordinary people or combatants who only have experience of club and racing experience, even in conditions full of fear, stress and shock, suffer even adrenaline-crippling consequences. The conditions of the fight in the club are completely different from the real situation on the street. Most people in society and fighters are alien to the phenomenon of adrenaline and fear. No matter how athletic and trained someone is, he is a novice and an amateur in street fights against evil and aggressive people. Physical strength and physical skill are not always the solution on the eve of a crisis or conflict.
On the street, the situation is different. The presence of attackers creates panic and anxiety, panic and fear, triggers the release of adrenaline, which in itself causes slow and limited movements, shock and loss of ability. Sometimes this shock is so strong that it deprives man of the power to escape and escape. Another important point is that the state of adrenaline sometimes causes amazing power and strength. When it comes to life and death, even the untrained will be able to show extraordinary strength and power with his limbs.
The release of adrenaline and its increase will deprive you of the power to think correctly and react appropriately; Unless, of course, you have enough skills. The video below explains the three methods of fear management in the face of danger and conflict, and in the online and in-person courses of the academy, these important issues are addressed, and advanced exercises are given to get a tangible result.
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