It was just another day at the office. I was leaving work at my normal time 4:45PM from my desk job at a large auto manufacturing plant. It was late fall and the sun was already starting to get low in the sky, stretching out the shadows of the cars, light poles, and what few trees were around. The parking lot I was in was massive and I had a good quarter mile walk to my car. I was enjoying the cool breeze brush past my face when I picked up on footsteps behind me.
This post was inspired by Mike’s post at D&P. To read his article click the link here.
What if I told you there was one technique that was infinitely more important than any other technique for self-defense? In fact, it’s SO important that if you don’t learn this technique, then every other technique you ever learn is essentially worthless.
Can you guess what’s the super secret?
Show of hands… who’d pick up a pissed off king cobra? Any takers?
Only if you have a death wish.
Snakes use their deadly poison to hunt for prey and to defend themselves from threats. Just one bite can leave you writhing in agony or dead.
What happens to a poisonous snake when you take away its method of delivering poison?
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Today we’re covering a drill called the laser-pointer (or flashlight) drill. This is a very simple little drill to use when squared off against an opponent with a weapon. Please note that it is assumed you also have a weapon.
This is a very effective self-preservation drill. For those of you that have not read the difference between self-perfection vs self-preservation drills, I highly suggest you read that article before continuing on with this one.
Instead of easing into the realm of self-defense, we’re going to jump right in with the hotly-debated subject…
Should you punch in a fight?
Proponents to punching say it is one of the most natural fighting instincts we have and it’s incredibly effective at dealing damage to an assailant.
Opponents claim the risk of injury is too high and it could leave you trying to finish a fight with a bum hand.
So which side is right? Continue reading