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Lifesaving Methods To Get Out Grip From An Attacker! MUST VIEW

posted in Health & Fitness
09/12/2015
  • Unfortunately, the world isn't actually a safe place. You could be in danger while walking through a parking lot or walking home from school. Of course, just because someone grabs you doesn't mean that you're going to get hurt. If you know how to handle yourself, then you'll be able to get away safe
    Unfortunately, the world isn't actually a safe place. You could be in danger while walking through a parking lot or walking home from school. Of course, just because someone grabs you doesn't mean that you're going to get hurt. If you know how to handle yourself, then you'll be able to get away safe
  • Bear hug.
    If someone grabs you from behind, then you should drop your weight and step on their foot as hard as you can. After you do that, you should kick your foot back to hit your attacker in the groin. Grabbing the person's ear or head butting them are also options. Do whatever you can
  • Shirt grab
    If an attacker grabs your shirt to keep you in place, you should grab their hand with your hand and squeeze the sensitive areas of their skin. If you squeeze the right spot, then it should force them to loosen their grip on you. After that happens,try to twist their wrist to cripple them
  • Front choke hold.
    you should try to keep as calm as you can in order to lose the least amount of oxygen as possible. Once you feel their hands on you, you should grab their wrists and pull them down so you can kick them in the chest or groin. You could also try hitting them or elbowing them in face
  • Escape from ground
    It's easier to get away from someone when you're standing upright. However, if someone has you on the ground, then you should pull their head toward your chest and dig your thumbs into the person's eyes. Even though you wouldn't want to intentionally blind someone, You have to.
  • Two hand wrist grab
    you can do a variety of things. This video will show you all of the different methods that you can try. Some are more difficult than others, so if you're not very athletic, you should practice the easier ones on your friends (without actually hurting them).
  • Escape from zip ties
    If you're unable to escape from an attacker and they end up using a zip tie to bind your hands together, there's a way to escape from them. As long as you can put your hands into the right position, then you can manage to move your arms in a way that will break the tie apart.
  • Important pressure points
    There are plenty of pressure points on the human body that you can use to your advantage when you're in a dangerous situation. There are spots by your elbow, by your knee, and by your ankle. Make sure you learn them so you can protect yourself if the need arises

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