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Prevention in women’s personal defence

Prevention in women's personal defence

Prevention in women’s personal defense.

The first rule of women’s defense is not to have to physically defend yourself from an aggression and to do this it is important to know some strategies to be safe.

I know it seems a paradox especially said in a blog that deals with self-defense issues but it is not so because self-defense in general is not just fighting, that is only an area of the theme on self-defense.

It is not always possible to do this, I tell you clearly otherwise you would not read articles on the news that talk about episodes of violence but certainly even in some of these cases errors of evaluation and behaviors have been made that if changed would have allowed the victim to be able to anticipate, not to be there, to have tools to help survive.

The best form of self-defense is to know the “mechanisms” and “scenarios” to avoid being in the situation of having to defend yourself, and to do this you need to know some basic rules:

  • The basis of prevention,you have to avoid those behaviors capable of “attracting” a intended evil, a stalker,etc.
  • The attention to the context in which you are,to make you understand in time the situations of danger.
  • The ability to recognize on the fly someone who is intent on attacking you, and implement behavior strategies to make you safe.
  • The techniques of deterrence and escalation, if you are in the early stages of an attack ritual, in order to resolve, if possible, the situation in a violent way.

The reality is that often those who are attacked do not know these basic rules for:

  • Superficiality
  • Distraction
  • underestimating the place and the person we had in front of us,
  • and why, after all this, we were not able to handle the situation, psychologically, emotionally and behaviorally.

90 of the physical risk situations can be resolved in advance, before the risk becomes real.

But what if you’re in that fateful 10 unmanageable situations?.

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Don’t underestimate the aggressor

I know what you think that as much as we try to be careful and reasonable, we are still dealing with people who are cunning, cunning: what to do if we find ourselves in the presence of someone stubbornly willing to make us the party?

My answer?.

As I already told you you have to equip yourself with tools to gain time and run away such as chili spray, kubotan, etc.

The hardest part is figuring out if you’re already in 10 and when it’s time to react and when to choose the right time, instead you think, cabbage it’s better to be quiet, because maybe a reaction makes things worse.

It takes a lot of determination and a lot of cold blood to succeed and this you have to do by practicing in these situations, because if you have not already tried it many times it is not easy, and even pulling out the chili pepper spray from the bag at that moment pretending to look for a cigarette, which in fact you should have already had in a comfortable position and I’m not talking about the cigarette.

Now if you have to fight, you do it to survive, so don’t be afraid of hurting, you’re not doing it to teach the bully on duty, but it’s to protect your ass.

If you are in the mood to do the tamarra probably it is not with the opponent that you have to take it, but with yourself, with your EGO, with the overestimation of yourself, and this behavior will lead you to end up in trouble even if you feel safe because you do defense courses or the Thai boxing.

So the first key thing is to assess the situation!

Attacks are not all the same

There is aggression and aggression and opponent and opponent, it’s about self-defense there is no referee so you have to do things when you need it if they serve and at the right time.

Dealing with a motorist with a crooked moon and exasperated by traffic is not the same as a robber, a hardened rapist, a crazed stalker or a pack of thugs looking for a victim to molest.

So knowing how to recognize the attacker’s intentions becomes important.

Only this can make you decide whether to attack or stay good.

The best way to predict these intentions is to recognize the attack rituals of the modern aggressor.

When you sense the danger, get away from him if possible. Otherwise, a precise tactical profile must be adopted, for example, to control the aggressor, trying to speak calmly, using deterrent-type postures, constantly moving back and to the side, in order to safeguard the physical distance of safety, giving less opportunity to the opponent to strike and look for a favorable position to counter-attack if the situation escalates.

If you’re dealing with a herd, avoid encirclement in every way.

If you are at a preliminary stage, the so-called “interview”, speaks but do not stand still.

Discuss, treat, but carelessly move around all the time, and avoid anyone behind you in every way.

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The real intentions of the aggressor

In any case, if the attacker wants to rob you, it is useless and stupid to try to be heroes, give him what he wants and go report what happened.

If you understand that the goal is to hurt, rape or even kill yourself, then you just have to take action, you don’t have to hesitate anymore, you have to be willing to do what you never did.

At this point, the scenarios can be many and almost no one is happy ending but the important thing is that it is always favorable for you.

Getting out unharmed is the goal, but even so you have to account for trauma, injury, excoriation, bruising, fractures, cuts, impassions, or even worse but the important thing is that it is for your attacker even if it is still possible that you will have to answer legally but still bring home the skin.

Being assaulted is an event intended to produce a physical, psychological trauma, often a negative memory that can also affect the rest of life.

Remember that statistics say that most episodes of violence occur between people who know each other then friends, colleagues, neighbors, ex-boyfriends, sparring, relatives, etc.

The classic “doesn’t end there”, in short, could signify the beginning of your problems and not the epilogue we are talking about but if you realize that your life is in danger, your only purpose is to survive.

The next you think about it, but you survive.

What do you have to do?

Get ready, don’t leave things to chance.

The first rule of women's defence

Because I tell you get ready and don’t leave things to chance.

The millennia of social evolution have disincentivised and repressed the instinct of the struggle for survival,effectively making common men and women more vulnerable in the face of sudden threats and considers that effective self-defense requires suitable physical, psychological and technical requirements.

Not owning them or owning them in part means running for a run to succumb.

The characteristics that are needed to survive the attacks are the same for survival in nature so a very strong will to survive and a charge of aggression ready to unleash on the enemy without inhibitions or half measures.

These are basic requirements without which any attempt at self-defense becomes a suicide if our attacker is strong and determined.

You won’t need to have a weapon with you, or have spent years learning martial arts techniques in the gym if you’re not psychologically ready to really hurt without hesitation.

I know it’s a complex psychological condition in a civilized and polite society.

You have to develop the so-called “killer instinct” because if you have any hesitation in getting an eye on your attacker, you may lose the only chance you have of surviving, panic will block you, making you undecided, unseated, flickering.

Psychological preparation!.

Yes, as you are understanding the most important and difficult preparation to achieve is not the physical one but it is precisely the mental one.

Prevention in women’s personal defense also passes through psychological preparation.

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The issue of women’s self-defense is broad and complex, precisely because of the huge number of events that can involve the female sex and that is why the different topics need to be addressed individually:

The topics that also concern the first rule and prevention in women’s personal defense:

  • Psychological preparation
    An introduction to the aspects of mental preparation for combat. Don’t miss it.
  • Technical preparation
    The essential elements are listed to be able to deal with physical and tactical situations on an athletic and tactical level.
  • Self-defense with your bare hands
    This section explains the statistically best offensive and defensive techniques that are best suited for dealing with attacks with your bare hands.
  • Self-defense with weapons
    As above, but with the focus on the issues related to the use of weapons and makeshift vehicles around you and that you wear.
  • Female self-defense
    A chapter explicitly dedicated to the problem of violence against women and the real possibilities of self-defence of female subjects.
  • Possible scenarios
    A summary of the above, analyzing various possible risk scenarios: assault by the herd, assault by sexually motivated persons, stalkers, male violence in general and more.
  • Present and posthumous legal implications
    Everything you need to know about the subject of self-defense and what to do if you have the misfortune to be in a situation of danger and aggression.

The first rule of women's defence

Conclusions

If the reason you read these pages is to look for some tips to learn how to defend yourself and understand more what female personal defense is, I hope I’ve been helpful to you but it’s important to establish direct contact to learn pretty much how and what to do.

I hope I have given you useful information but you also need your action!.

Prevention in women’s personal defence is a fundamental aspect!

I’m here to make you in some aspects better and more confident than you are today!.

Stay Tuned!

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Andrea

Andrea
Andreahttps://expertfightingtips.com
Con una passione per la difesa personale e gli sport da combattimento, mi distinguo come praticante e fervente cultore e ricercatore sulle metodologie di allenamento e strategie di combattimento. La mia esperienza abbraccia un vasto panorama di discipline: dal dinamismo del Boxing alla precisione del Muay Thai, dalla tecnica del Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu all'energia del Grappling, dal Combat Submission Wrestling (CSW) all'intensità del Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). Non solo insegno, ma vivo la filosofia di queste arti, affinando costantemente metodi e programmi di allenamento che trascendono il convenzionale. La mia essenza si riflette nell'autodifesa: Filipino Martial Arts (FMA), Dirty Boxing, Silat, l'efficacia del Jeet Kune Do & Kali, l'arte della scherma con coltelli e bastoni, e la tattica delle armi da fuoco. Incarno la filosofia "Street Fight Mentality", un approccio senza fronzoli, diretto e strategico, unito a un "State Of Love And Trust" che bilancia l'intensità con la serenità. Oltre al tatami, la mia curiosità e competenza si spingono verso orizzonti diversi: un blogger professionista con la penna sempre pronta, un bassista dal groove inconfondibile e un artigiano del coltello, dove ogni lama è un racconto di tradizione e innovazione. Questa sinfonia di abilità non solo definisce la mia identità professionale, ma dipinge il ritratto di un individuo che nella diversità trova la sua unica e inconfondibile voce e visione. Street Fight Mentality & Fight Sport! Andrea
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