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BJJ against sexual violence: 8 ways women can defend themselves

BJJ is as democratic as it is functional, and, accordingly, it is sought by women who wish to efficiently ward off real-life abuse situations.

Cases of aggression, sexual abuse and rape are not rare in the news, and often the aggressor takes advantage of only his size or muscular strength — something that doesn’t intimidate a well-trained athlete who is ready to put their knowledge to practice at a moment of extreme necessity.

To illustrate this situation, Professor Matheus Zimmermann, of Top Brother Sul, recruited a female blue-belt student to enact eight attacks where a trained individual puts themselves in a position to use their right of self-defense.

Enjoy the video and sign up to a BJJ gym if you haven’t.

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