Self-Defense Videos: The Best I’ve Ever Seen

Code Red Defense teaches the best self-defense techniques I’ve ever seen.

It’s great because it focuses on real self-defense in a street fight:

Why do I like Code Red Defense so much?  Because:

  • Tells you when to talk your way out of a fight … or when you need to attack to save your life
  • Tells you what works and what doesn’t in a real life-or-death street fight, when you have only seconds to defend yourself
  • Explains how to use an improvised weapon … and when using a weapon would do more harm than good
  • Shows you why most self-defense courses – including mixed martial arts – are unrealistic… and could get you killed
  • Explains how muggers and other bad guys think… so that you’ll know how to take care of them
  • Shows what techniques work against much bigger and stronger attackers … and which work against smaller attackers

The team that made code red defense has many years of martial arts experience as well as real life experience acting as bouncers at busy night clubs.

They’ve had knives, guns and just about everything else you can imagine thrown at them … and survived to talk about it.

This is an easy-to-learn self-defense system … which relies more on instincts and understanding than memorizing a series of complicated moves.

As such, it’s very useful right out of the box …

Here’s a video debunking 10 common self-defense misconceptions:

I also like Code Red Defense because it uses simple, down-to-earth language to describe the system.  It’s the opposite of an esoteric martial arts system where the crown jewels are only taught to people who’ve been studying for a decade.

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I would, personally, stake my life on Code Red Defense’s self-defense techniques.

Note:  I haven’t received a cent for writing this review. I’ve written this because I believe in these self-defense videos.

Code Red Defense simply provided me a review copy of their video course.

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  • Charlie Primero

    The biggest Self-Defense misconception is that you can learn to defend yourself from watching videos.

    I taught Crisis Intervention and Restraint Techniques in mental health facilities and street Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for 19 years. You can no more learn to fight from watching videos than you can learn to snow ski, swim, or ride a bicycle in your living room. Eventually you have to practice against a live, resisting opponent in real-time.

    When you attend a Martial Arts school they will teach you step-by-step patterns for common situations to condition your mind to move your body certain ways. From this repetition you develop balance, timing, and feel for how human bodies mechanically and psychologically operate. This is like the art student repetitively painting railroad tracks and apples to master shadow, perspective, and color mixing.

    After you learn the basics, THEN you can free-style, mix-n-match, and develop your own Style and compositions. Problem is, people don’t like to learn the basics. They want to swim and dance without first learning breath control and walking. Humans don’t work that way.

    • Washington’s Blog

      Yes, the Code Red Defense people agree. The videos give the blueprint, but they say you’ve got to practice practice practice for it to be effective.

    • DonNeedNoStinkinUserName

      Always been a believer that a seasoned street fighter, one who’s been punched in the head more than a few times (& so don’t freak out the first time they experience pain from a fist in the snoz), will usually come out ahead in a fight with a martial artist, no matter who many belts they have, Boxing . . . . that’s another kettle of fish. Boxers DO tend to get actually hurt when sparring / training & can often hold their own against an “I know Karate” dude. Just my opinion !

  • DebL.

    My weapon? A seam ripper…but I bet since so few folks nowadays know anything about sewing they have no idea what a “seam ripper” is! And how about a knitting needle? Since these thugs would never expect an old lady like me to be able to defend herself…

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  • muslim

    Spetsnaz systema, some basics…