Welcome to Lesson #2 in your Self-Defense Basics Course! This time, let’s talk about fighting spirit!

Good people make the mistake of thinking they can’t defend themselves without years of training… but that’s not true! As the founder of Shotokan Karate, Gichin Funakoshi wrote, “Spirit first, technique second.”

So, here are a couple of simple drills to help you build your fighting spirit every day. I think you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to tap into your full power!

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Some thoughts from Lesson #2…

–Good people think that fighting is rooted in hatred and anger, but it’s not! Fighting, in the context of self-defense, is rooted in LOVE. You’re not seeking to destroy the bad, you’re seeking to protect the good.

–Bad guys have no magic powers. The only difference between the bad guys and the good guys is that bad guys have no problem hurting good guys. But once we—the good guys—allow ourselves to go after the bad guys, then things get a lot trickier for the bad guys!

–REMEMBER THIS: It can take years to earn a black belt, but it only takes a moment to change your mind… to flip that switch from freeze to fight…

No matter who you are, you can go from scared to SCARY in the blink of an eye. You will be transformed into a powerful, effective fighter the moment you decide to fight back.

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WARNING: The advice and movements shown in this video are for informational and educational purposes only. Consult a doctor before engaging in any exercise or martial arts program.

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