Free Online Self-defense Video Training Website

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The "Ready Defense" self-defense video series is now available online for free viewing at This is an extensive course with nearly four hours of training and is suitable for nearly everyone.

GSELearning Software, a developer of online training sites and content, today announced the release of its new free self-defense training website The site presents online video from the company's "Ready Defense" series featuring Dennis "Hutch" Hutchins, who has real-life experience as a bouncer, bodyguard, and concert security man, as well as more than 20 years teaching martial arts.

The complete four-part series is now available online for free viewing. Each part includes approximately one hour of video content.

"Ready Defense" uses simple, effective, easy-to-learn techniques that require no special training or martial arts skills. Each technique is presented in multiple stages including convenient practice methods and a variety of applications. It also includes "Info Breaks" with in-depth discussions on topics such as awareness and visualization.

You will see not just how to do these simple techniques, but why they work, when to use them, and even how to practice them as part of your everyday activities, like cooking (is that a melon or an attacker's head?), walking through a crowd, or climbing stairs.

The content is suited to almost anyone. You'll see the techniques in action not just from Hutch or his students, but from regular people, young and old, male and female. Ready Defense has no fancy moves or "secret" techniques. Instead, it provides practical, useful, effective information that can be put to use immediately. And while intended primarily for beginners, trained martial artists can also benefit from its "back to basics" approach.

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