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Franklin Joseph ‘Fighting Fit’ article : TimeOut Bengaluru Magazine
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Franklin Joseph ‘Fighting Fit’ article : TimeOut Bengaluru Magazine

Guru Franklin Joseph, CEO and Chief Instructor Franklin Joseph Krav-Maga Self-Defense Academy, Bangalore is featured in main article of TimeOut Bengaluru Magazine. In the January edition of Timeout Bengaluru Magazine, under the 'Fighting Fit' main feature, the magazine has listed 10 ways to get healthy. In the 6th Fitness resolution, they have listed 'Learn Self Defense'. The author Asawari Ghatage was nice enough to invite me into her office headquarte to understand about the workshops I conduct. She was highly impressed by Krav Maga Israeli Self Defense tactics as well my Power to Women Psychological Empowerment Corporate workshops against Crime, Violence, Sexual Harassment and Sexual Abuse. She in fact asked a very good and intelligent question which rarely a reporter have asked me....
Franklin Joseph: “Break it: Male Dominance even in Women Self Defense” Part 1
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Franklin Joseph: “Break it: Male Dominance even in Women Self Defense” Part 1

In today's a definition of Women Self Defense is all about punches, kicks and martial arts tricks. Whenever I conduct my corporate workshops on Women Self Defense, they all ask me the same "Can you show some tricks to the women which they can use to get away from threats?". If crime can be prevented by some martial arts tricks, all the police in the world would be jobless! My sister was eve-teased in Delhi Metro, my wife had gone through certain episodes she does not want to share publicly and so have many of the women I have met conducting these workshops. Wish we had a simple answer like some tricks which could have prevented most of these trauma of all these women or even men (I went through childhood abuse and violence also). (more…)
Time Out Magazine: Mending defences
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Time Out Magazine: Mending defences

Time Out Magazine Amrita Gupta finds out how one of the city's self-defence coaches is training citizens to tackle the threat of terrorism. Ashish Puri, an employee at Cisco, is pragmatic about surviving a terror attack. "In a situation involving terrorists, regular self-defence skills won't help, because the basic premise that the opponent will be afraid of getting hurt or losing his life becomes irrelevant," he said. "It's definitely not the time to be bold. Instead we need to be practical: look for exit routes, notice opportunities, know how to react." (more…)