In a survival/self-defense situation, things are obviously different. We may not have a second chance and need to endure whatever pain we experience, but on the mats we should be pushing ourselves while not ruining ourselves.
On a lighter note than one we discuss here, this week it's all about movies!
It's not uncommon to get tired in the afternoon, but you maybe making it worse than it needs to be. Here are some tips to prevent/minimize the afternoon drops.
We've talked about myths. We've talked about picking a firearm (if you choose to own one). Now, we talk about the fundamentals of marksmanship.
Continuing our foray into the world of firearms, this week's topic is picking the right one for you. The answer to the question "which one is best" or "which one should I get" is "Depends."
If you're interested in self-defense, you should be familiar with firearms. Regardless of your stance on owning firearms, if you want to be an effective martial artist focused on street self-defense, you should train with firearms.