List of Women's Self-Defense Techniques

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List of Women's Self-Defense Techniques

This section focuses on women's self-defense. Many martial arts schools teach self-defense techniques that are designed to help women to deal with potentially dangerous situations (such as muggings, rape scenarios, bullying, spousal abuse, etc.).

For additional self-defense techniques (i.e. defenses against kicks and punches), you should visit the main Self-Defense section.

Main Areas of Women's Self-Defense - These sections cover a wide range of different techniques.

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