The New Dojo

Online Martial Arts Training and Self-Defense Instruction

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Survive. Defend. Escape.

Learn to defend yourself during a home invasion.

Hone techniques to counter a real-world attack.

Get out of cuffs, zip ties, or duct tape binds … FAST.

Over 7 hours of video training, including live demonstration, footage from the live class, and lecture material with accompanying slides and video case studies. Taught by Sensei Darin Reisler.

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Legal Aspects

Things to know to help keep you out of trouble for defending yourself.

Real World Scenario Studies

In this section, theory and practice come together. In the following lessons, we’ll examine some real-world scenarios which involve various attacks, and we’ll see both positive and negative outcomes for the victims depending on their knowledge and choices in dealing with the unfortunate circumstance they face. The videos may contain content which is disturbing to some.

The Plus One Rule

I know people who have been killed because they didn’t obey this tactical imperative.

Scenario Based Self-Defense

Real world application- the same stuff I have used in real life and continue to teach to police officers and military operatives.

Shirt grab

other than a wrinkled collar, you’ll be just fine.

Your house

if I were a criminal, would I pick it?  How to make your residence less appealing to those who would do you harm.

Attacked in your house

apparently, your attacker didn’t know you took this course, but he’s about to find out what you’ve learned.

Escaping common restraints

Sensitive information that every law abiding citizen should know  – Duct tape- When silence isn’t golden… it’s silver.     – Handcuffs- The bad guys use them, too!     – Zip ties- Pookie thought he could keep you restrained with these? Nope!     – Rope- Scared now… or a frayed knot?

Basic Lock Picking

When I was a kid, my dad told me that he felt cops should know at least as much as the criminals.  I agree, and I think you should have a basic knowledge here, too.     – Pin Tumber Lock- Time to take a ride down the rabbit hole.     – Warded Locks- Just how deep does …

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Survival Gear

Everyday essentials to help keep you stylin’ and profilin’.     – For the home- Unfortunately, my list doesn’t include shampoo.     – On your person- Less than you may expect- or maybe more.     – In your vehicle- Don’t become a statistic. However, if you do, at least be on the good side of the table.

Vehicle Safety

Two thousand pound battering rams with wheels.  What to do; what not to do.

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