Special self defense crash Course for Girls / Working Lady / Business man.

Rana's Academy of Martial Arts,Self Defence & Fitness
2nd Floor, above Dena Bank, Jyoti Complex, Near Jyoti Talkies Zone 1, MP Nagar, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Contact: (+91) 99260-35007
E-mail : vpsinghrana@gmail.com

Women's Self Defence

Self-defense is set of awareness, assertiveness, verbal confrontation skills, safety strategies, and physical techniques that enable someone to successfully prevent escape resist and survive violent assaults. A good self-defense course provides psychological awareness and verbal skills, not just physical training. A basic course can offer enough concepts and skills to help you develop self—protection strategies that you can continue this o build up on. Self-defense training is not karate although some of the techniques are derived form the martial-arts. The skills and techniques do not require years to protect, certainly, practice is important and investing the time to review and perfect your skills can build confidence and increase your abilities. The key is make to make a commitment to participate in your own safety and to do what in necessary to reduce risk and become empowered to act, rather than to be acted up on.

Why self-defense training is necessary for girls and women?

Present time many types of mental and physical torture are being committed on woman and girls. Like- acid attack, kidnapping, gang-rape, sexual harassment, making lewd gesture, making obsence comments, etc. So that she is completely broken physically and mentally by these incidents after self-defense training they developed confidence and courage and she becomes mentally strong and can answer with courage and bravery.

Self-defense training for boys and men

In the present times there are many types of crimes happening on the boys and men such as beating, robbery, ragging, kidnapping, murder, attacking more than one person, attack with with weapons, home robbery, incidence of assault and robbery in the journey etc. After self-defense training they can face their various adversities with confidence and courage.

For starters, memorize the vulnerable places


It doesn’t matter how big or heavy your attacker is because you can beat anyone if you know where the most vulnerable spots are. The main ones are the eyes, nose, throat, chest, knees, and groin. You can attack in any way you want, but to be on the safe side, you need to remember that the most effective moves are aimed at these areas.

Some Beneficial Moves


If you were grabbed from the front and you can’t lift your hands, do the following: move your hands forward and make a fist in front of your pelvis. This will create enough room between you and the attacker. After that, hit the attacker’s nose with your forehead. This will make the attacker move away from you. Now hit him in the groin with your knee.


If there is still some room between you and the attacker, there is a way you can protect yourself using your palm. Straighten your left arm and hit the attacker on his chin and nose with your right arm. Then, hit him in the groin. This way the attacker will be disoriented for a long time and he won’t be able to move.


If both of the attacker’s arms are up, then straighten your palm and hit him in the armpit. If one of your arms is down, there is a chance you can hit the opponent in his chest, neck, or jaw. But one of the most effective and powerful hits is a hit with your head. Squat a little to be lower than the opponent. Then quickly jump up and hit him in the jaw with your forehead. This move will instantly disorient the attacker and give you a chance to escape.


An elbow hit is one of the most dangerous hits in all kinds of martial arts. This is exactly the hit you need if you are approached from the side. Hit the attacker’s temple, jaw, or nose with an arched move. After this, the attacker will take a few steps back. Now hit him in his belly or chest. Elbow hits are so strong that they will disorient any opponent.


Attackers often come from the back because this is the easiest way to hold the victim’s arms so that they can’t move them.To set yourself free, quickly bend back and try to hit the attacker with the back of your head. It’s OK if you can’t do it: the point is to make the attacker put one of his legs forward. Now quickly bend down, grab his leg and get up pulling it with you. Now the attacker will lose balance and you will be able to drop even the biggest opponent.

Kick Boxing

Kickboxing combines the punches of boxing with the kicks of karate, there are a few variations of the sport, some competitive kick boxers practice the sports against opponents in the ring, other fitness enthusiasts practice kick-boxing as an aerobics workout, kick-boxing techniques are also practical for self-defense, other the past several decades, kick-boxing has become an exciting sport to watch and to practice.


History of Kick Boxing

Karate has been practiced since the 19thcentury. But kick- boxing has a much shorter history. The term “kick-boxing” was created by a Japanese boxing promoter in 1950’s, the promoter used the term of refer to a combination of “muay-thai”, “boxing “ and “karate”, the term later gained more popularity in the united states in 1970’s American full contact karate practioners were frustrated by the scoring limitation of the tournaments and decided to take their bouts the boxing ring. A couple of the legends of sports from that time are…benny “the jet” urquidez and bill “super foot” wallace, kick-boxing became more popular when ESPN started broadcasting kick—boxing matches in 1979.

Techniques

Competitive kick-boxing use a wide a range of techniques to disorient and defeat opponents punches include the jab, upper cut and hook, the hook punch is one of the most devastating strikes because it swings around and powerfully hits an opponent from the side, kicks also are powerful weapons in the sport, kicking techniques, include front, hook, side, round house and spinning back kicks are good for surprising opponents, a kick-boxer performs this techniques by quickly spinning and driving his heel backward in to his opponent.

Cardio Kick Boxing

Due To The Effectiveness Of Kick- Boxing Training Regiment Kick-Boxing Work Out Have Become Popular Among Every Day Fitness Enthusiasts, Many Gyms, Now Offer Cardio- Kick Boxing Classes, Participants Perform Many Kick Boxing Techniques, Like Jab And Round House Kicks, The Techniques Are Performed At A Fast Pace To Music, Cardio Kick-Boxing Classes Are A Toned Down Version Of A Fighters Workout, But This Hey Still Provide A Great Calorie Burn, The Classes Also Teach Participants Some Basic Self-Defense Moves.

“Shihan” V.P.Singh Rana

President, Chief Instructor & Examiner – Rana’s Academy of Martial Arts & Self-Defense


“Shihan” V.P Singh Rana is a well known name in the field of martial-art’s, self-defense and fitness, at the age of 10 year’s, he started training in traditional karate (art of Shito Ryu Karate-Do) and self-defense. After 7 years of hardwork training he got black-belt 1st DAN (SHODAN) in the year 1995 and become the first student to receive black- belt in his class(dojo) and got black-belt (SHODAN) 1st DAN in A.I.K.F (All India Karate-Do Federation) 1998 Chennai (Tamilnadu).

From the year 1989 to 2000 he won medals and trophy in many championship of district, state, national level karate championship and attend many district and state level karate and self-defense camp (under the guidance of great karate master late Moses M. Thilagan) and his respected master.

From the year 1997 to 2000 “Shihan” V.P Singh Rana has represented the Madhya-Pradesh state by participating in national level A.I.K.F (All India Karate-Do Federation) championship.

1997 – coimbatore (tamilnadu) All India Shito Ryu Karate – Do championship, 1998 – Chennai (Tamilnadu), 1999 –Bangluru (Karnataka), 2000 – Bhopal (Madhya-Pradesh) and brightened the name of Bhopal district and Madhya-Pradesh state.

After receiving the black- belt “Shihan” V.P Singh Rana started karate and self-defense class (dojo) in Bhopal area and nearby districts under his master.

“Shihan” V.P Singh Rana wanted to make future in the field of martial-art’s so advance training he joined 2004 Chennai (Tamilnadu)under the guidance of famous master Kyoshi A.Ramesh 8th DAN (Black Belt)and started training karate, kobudo (Japanese karate weapon) & self-defense.

“Shihan” V.P Singh Rana has lots of experience of karate, kobudo, kick-boxing and self-defense. Along with karate training “Shihan” V.P Singh Rana has also received kick-boxing training and got black-belt 5th DAN in kick-boxing and 2017 by passing the international referee exam.

In the last 25 year’s “Shihan” V.P Singh Rana has trained many countless students in karate, kobudo, kick-boxing and self-defense and under his guidance and rigorous training many students have obtained black-belt and many of them have brightened the name of academy by winning the district, state, national and international level championship.

Even today thousands of students are receiving karate, kick-boxing, self-defense and kobudo ( Japanese karate weapon ) under the guidance of “Shihan” V.P Singh Rana.

Achievements in Martial Art’s

“SHIHAN” V.P SINGH RANA (7th DAN, BLACK-BELT)

7th DAN, JAPAN SHITO-RYU KARATE-DO SCHOOL INDIA (J.S.K.S.I )

7th DAN, KARATE ASSOCIATION OF INDIA ( K.A.I )

7th DAN, WORLD KARATE FEDERATION ( W.K.F )

6th DAN, TANI-HA SHITO-RYU SHUKOKAI KARATE IZUSHI ( JAPAN )

5th DAN, SHOTO KAN KARATE-DO INDIA

5th DAN, KICK- BOXING ( W.A.K.O INDIA )

KARATE ASSOCIATION OF INDIA ACCREDITED KARATE COACH

KARATE ASSOCIATION OF INDIA CERTIFIED COACH FOR KATA AND KUMITE.

Seminar & Camp

FORMER NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL KARATE PLAYER

PARTICIPATED STATE, NATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL LEVEL KARATE,KOBUDO, KICK-BOXING, SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING CAMP AND SEMINAR UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF FAMOUS INDIAN, JAPANESE AND EUROPEAN MASTER (SENSEI)

REPRESENT AS A CHIEF COACH IN MANY STATE, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

PARTICIPATE STATE, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVEL KARATE, KOBUDO, KICK-BOXING REFEREE SEMINAR

CIVIL DEFENCE ORGANIZATION ( GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ) 07 DAYS SEMINAR PARTICIPATE

President & Secretary

“SHIHAN” V.P Singh Rana (Black Belt 7th DAN) Holding the Honorable Position of Many Reputed District, State & National Level Association

PRESIDENT : SHI-GO-SHO-WA KAI KARATE &KOBUDO ORGANIZATION INDIA

PRESIDENT AND CHIEF TECHNICAL DIRECTOR : RANA’S ACADEMY OF MARTIAL-ART’S SELF-DEFENSE, FITNESS AND YOUTH WELFARE ORGANIZATION (REGD:GOVT OF M.P)

VICE-PRESIDENT : MADHYA PRADESH KARATE ASSOCIATION

GENERAL SECERATARY : SPORTS KARATE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION BHOPAL

PRESIDENT : KICK-BOXING ASSOCIATION BHOPAL

GENERAL SECERATARY : “ABHIYAAN” NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION

Our Instructors

Our instructors are well qualified and experienced in the field of martial arts, they have been trained from many years and their hard work reach the sky.





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Rana's Academy of Martial Arts,Self Defence & Fitness, Bhopal (M.P.)

2nd Floor, above Dena Bank, Jyoti Complex, Near Jyoti Talkies, Zone -1, MP Nagar, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh (+91) 99260-35007 vpsinghrana@gmail.com