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9 Ways to Adapt Your Knife Training

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img_2947-1 9 Ways to Adapt Your Knife Training9 ways to adapt your knife formation to the street.

When it comes to knife and knife defense there are some shrewdness and details that you must always consider in your training with cutting weapon and that often in workouts and knife training in the gym are overlooked.

So I want to give you some tips on knife training that you have to internalize when you train by providing these 9 ways to adapt your knife formation to the street.

1. Practice hiding the blade

You have no advantage in showing an attacker or group of attackers that you have a knife unless you are sure that this is a chance to bring down the escalation of the situation.
Besides this aspect there is no valid reason to brandish the weapon right away because in this way you are just warning your attackers and allow them to adjust their tactics accordingly.
One important thing though is that it is true that you have to hide it but the extraction of a knife while defending yourself from an assault is incredibly difficult, it is better that you have your weapon in your hand, but hidden, when the tingling begins that you feel that the situation has now degenerated and that you will definitely have a fight.
It’s critical and useful that you learn to move, attack, and defend yourself with a hidden knife, especially when it comes to multiple opponents.
An experienced knife professional will be able to use the appropriate time and obstruct the attacker’s line of sight to use his knife several times before a group of attackers realize that you are armed.
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