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5 Signs YOU STILL CAN'T HANDLE Yourself in FIGHTS… Self Defence FAILS

5 simple things that will get you into fights? These all relate to Ego Battles. This week we look at some psychological aspects you may or may not be able to control in a lead up to a fight. Self defence is better knowing your own mindset. About Us ELEVATING YOUR FIGHT IQ: Videos blending Martial Arts, Crime Science, and Psychology. Presented by Dr Mark Phillips Criminal Psychologist, Security Consultant, Martial Arts and Defensive Skills Instructor. An expert in Organised Crime, Hostage Taking, and Offender Profiling. Martial arts experience includes Wing Chun, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Wrestling, Boxing, San Da Kickboxing, and MMA. Weekly Self Defence and Martial Arts video releases every Wednesday. Topics Covered: Coping with Criminal Behaviour, Self Defence Techniques, Street Fighting Tips, Mindset Preparation, as well as general tips on how to defend yourself. CONNECT WITH US! Instagram ► Facebook ► VISIT OUR ACADEMY LWCA ► OUR BLOG ►


Kune says:

Adrenaline feels so good, it removes the pain in my foot.

Jeff Duflo says:

Cannot emphasize this enough. Our nature is fight or flight. Diffusing the situation is clearly the best option, keeping calm and confident is being prepared. Thanks for the video!

Regarde Coetzee says:

Having a grip on you emotions, I think Bruce said it best emotional content not anger! ☯️

B. Water says:

Real-life experience vs training…
Lack of one can be offset by a lot of the other.
Just as a musician who's never been on stage before will almost certainly be struck with nerves the first few times…
being extremely well-practised will help the muso to still be able to play well enough.

But to function at your peak, there really is no substitute for that experience;
although close simulations of the stressful situation can help.

Josephine Tims says:

I don't know who needs to hear this but stop saving all your money, invest some of it if you really want financial freedom….

Nexusly says:

can you make a graph regarding your weight and especially HEIGHT, as a smaller human I cannot pick any fight it's just not in my phyical rational point of view If I was a big person I may have the physicals appearance to intimated but as small human I know that doesnt exist so any battle with any male is a loss battle even if they are smaller. the threshold is around 5 7" I'm a little under that for the bulk intelligent short men in this bracket we understand we are not intimating nor defensible toward a alpha size human.

Emerald Triangle says:

Sign #1 you have never been in a fight (except with your sister)

Sign #2 youre watching YouTube videos for training

Sign #3, #4, and #5 see Signs #1 and #2

Joey C says:

the 4 dislikes are the folks who have lost their grip on their emotions 😉

Tommy Hughes says:

Death does not scare me at all, but life changing injuries does.

D-Rock Pain says:

“You must understand fear so you can manipulate it. Fear is like fire. You can make it work for you"
Cus D'amato

Rob May says:

Was thinking it sounded a bit biblical as you were going through. Great video made even better by the cheesy grin at the end.

nicky jones says:

if u lose ur mind u lose control physically & psychologically 👏

Bill Shadrick says:

Thank you. Common sense stuff. But, I don't fear death, it's gonna get me eventually is my mindset. Plus I always try to talk the situation down.

Kevin Lobos says:

Excellent points, and that golden smile to wrap it up. What's not to like about this channel?

John Reeves says:

An angry mind, is a narrow mind.

Brandon Rickborn / Pony Express Yourself says:

Uh, listen here Mr. We've got no way of understanding this world. We got about as much sense of it as a bird flying in the sky. There's a lot that bird don't know, though it don't change the fact the world is happening to him all the same . What I'm trying to say is , is that the course of your life is changing and you don't even see it.

Kasra says:

But when adrenaline rushes, it just freezes me and neither my body nor my mind works anymore. And that's why I always feel bad about myself

James Kennedy says:

Something that I do in a fight is laugh, it's not something that I'm always aware that I'm doing or that I'm doing on purpose. There were times that after a fight I was told I was laughing like a madman the entire time and I didn't recall doing it.
Ive trained in Taekwondo and Judo so I'm confident in my abilities and calm throughout the fight and even during training my instructors noticed but was never able to stop doing, just not sure what brings it on.

J Ck says:

I just don't want to break my hand cause then i cant train. it's selfishness really

Z_KILLA3495 says:

I’m glad I watched this thanks

Jacob Herzig says:

I haven't actually fought in years but the few physical altercations I've been involved in have been ended almost immediately. Not a seasoned fighter but have had a little more experience in that world than most people.

Manny Love says:

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BeholdABlackWolf says:

Fear is NOT real….Danger is Very real

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