Confrontation

Self-Defense Tip 81 In a Confrontation Don’t, Part II

0share When in a confrontation . . . Warning and talking slows down reaction time Don’t warn — it’s stupid, unless you have your gun drawn and trained on the attacker and you are in a good position. Warning involves talking, so besides revealing intentions and capabilities, it slows down the talker’s reaction time. Instead …

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Self-Defense Tip 52 More on Temper in Self-Defense

0share Your temper vs. your reaction time, perception, coordination, and accuracy “Many people lose their tempers merely from seeing you keep yours.” — Frank Moore Colby As people lose their tempers, they lose good perception, extend their reaction time, worsen their coordination and accuracy. They are that much easier to outmaneuver. The corollary to the …

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Self-Defense Tip 49 Before You Say a Word

0share Your position during a conversation Before you say a word… position yourself! That is it. Think it through. Self-defense tip from Thomas Kurz, co-author of Basic Instincts of Self-Defense and author of Science of Sports Training, Stretching Scientifically, and Flexibility Express. For a complete list of our products, click here. 0share

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