Learn Self-Defense:► https://www.codereddefense.com/newsletter/ In this video, we share self defense tips against a knife attack. Imagine a dangerous individual coming towards you while holding a knife. This is a scary situation to be in. Use low kicks, and strikes to the head of your opponent so that he stops his attack. Knife Defense► https://www.codereddefense.com/knife-defense/ More on this self-defense topic:https://www.codereddefense.com/real-knife-attack-scenario-and-how-to-defend-yourself/ Stay safe, Nick Drossos and Patrick VianaCode Red Defense► https://www.codereddefense.com
October 31, 2019
Real Knife Attack Scenario and How to Defend Yourself
How to defend yourself in a real knife attack
Attacks with knives are often unpredictable and quick to happen. In many situations, you
don’t even see them coming.
That is to say, they often charge at you right away and you have no chance to prepare
yourself or get away.
Having a knowledge of basic skills on how to defend yourself against a knife attack is crucial
and can come in handy if ever you’re in a situation where you need to protect yourself
That said, if your attacker is taller then you, it doesn’t pay to your advantage since they have
a much bigger reach.
Adding a knife to their reach makes the attack play that much more into their favor. Which is
why you want to make sure to keep a safe distance between you and your attacker.
Effectiveness of low kicks for knife defense
Use your legs to distract your opponent by throwing in some kicks. This will have them think
towards the lower part of their body and the arm holding the knife will lose focus.
Throwing in low line kicks will have your opponent thinking low and from there, you can
surprise them by striking up high.
Ultimately, if you manage to strike them hard enough, this can make the difference between
disarming your opponent from the weapon and having them take control of the fight.
Do all you can to finish the threat quickly
An important factor to consider is that the time you want to actually spend fighting your
In most scenarios, when you see someone coming at you with a knife, your first instinct is
how can you get out of there as quickly and efficiently as possible.
The longer you stay fighting the person, the more chances you have of getting injured.
Therefore, you need to think quick. Keep a distance. Use your legs to kick and have them
As soon as they do, catch them off guard and strike hard. If it’s hard enough to slow them
down, use that opportunity to ge