body shield

body shield

n.
2. A large, usually rectangular pad used to protect the body when helping a partner practice blows or kicks, as in boxing or a martial art.
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The holster's unique design and trailing belt slot pulls the pistol into the body for a discreet profile in each mode, while the body shield prevents rubbing against clothes or skin.
Am I the teacher who sprawls into a body shield with all my best intentions but succeeds only in dying along with my charges?
The higher you aim to achieve the efficiency, the lighter the vehicle has to be, asking the industry to go in for changes in spares and body shield.
I remember I had something ridonkulous, like six costume changes including a mirrorballed American Football body shield.
The human body shield problem is the following scenario.
Police were all over the place and the back lane, behind our house, was completely sealed off and an armed policeman was there with a body shield.
These products provide the wearer protection from ballistic the face shield and body shield offer Level IIIA protection (9-millimeter and .
To tell the truth, a person with policing experience may not know how to be a good bodyguard, and even when you have a gun to back you up, the first thing to do when trouble strikes is not to fire but to do other things such as providing a body shield.
If hearing about Leona Lewis' love of marauding around a darkened arena in a luminous body shield firing lasers takes me by surprise, then in depth discussions about the respective merits of Barry Island Pleasure Park's star attractions are unexpected to say the least.
They provided an awesome and flawless body shield," said Al Cecere, president of the American Eagle Foundation.
Soldiers are given individual/group training on the riot baton and body shield using the crawl-walk-run methodology.