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Simple Every Day Gestures That Could Save Your Life Today! Mixed Self Defense Free App Encyclopedia Educate Yourself While On The Go! Special Offers From 99 Cent Download from Itunes or Google Play Today…

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Learn how to protect yourself by settling your weight in behind your strikes, which will cause physical discomfort for your opponent if the need ever arises!

Defence Against an attack  when  withdrawing money from an ATM

Defence Against an attack when withdrawing money from an ATM

Such as; when you approach a Swing door, say in a hotel what is your first reaction?   You place your open hand on the door, immediately the sensors in your hand send a signal back to your brain to inform you that the door is light or heavy.  Special Offers from 99 Cent Download from iTunes Today!

Without thinking you react by bending your knees slightly to settle your weight in behind your hand simultaneously as you push through the swing door and continue on through without a thought.

This type of action is called spontaneous reaction, resulting from internal or natural processes, with no apparent external influence.

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Simple Every Day Gestures that will protect you against a direct attack from the front, and from your left or right flank,

This technique is commonly known a heel-palm strike, which can be Detrimental for your attacker.  You could use this technique to protect yourself against an attack from the front, by stepping forward with your right foot simultaneous as you strike your opponent with your right heel palm into his sternum covering near your mid-section with your left hand.

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Protect Yourself against a Guy Coming through Your Front Door to Attack You

An excellent technique that you can use when confronted by an assailant say when you open your front door, why because it is a direct strike, the shortest distance from A to B, is a straight line.  Targets to consider if attacked by an opponent; Sternum, Chin, Nose Spontaneously strike with your heel palm!

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There is an excellent example on shout stop were fight back? free preview in mixed self defense courses where you can view a guy attacking a girl from the front, she reacts to that given situation as she steps into the action simultaneously striking the attacker with her right heel palm strike through his sternum, which lifts him up off his feet and onto his back with such force you have to see to believe.

It is remarkable when you know how to settle you weight in behind your strikes with ease if the need ever arises that you have to protect yourself while on the go anywhere in world.

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You can also use the same technique if an attack comes in from your right or left flank, by stepping out slightly to your right or to your left flank, as you execute a heel palm strike to protect yourself while on the go.   

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Protect Yourself against an Attempted Two Handed Grab Or Push

Simple Every Day Gestures Another example; By placing a box on a shelf above you with both hands you create a wedge shape that you could use, to protect yourself against an attempted two handed push from the front.

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Step forward with your right foot into the action simultaneously as you wedge both your hands through the centre of both of the opponents arms and continue on up to poke him in his eyes with your fingers,  followed by a right knee to his groin.

You can also use the same technique on your right or left flank by stepping out slightly to your right or left flank as you execute the same technique.

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Protect yourself against a Grab from the Rear while on the go

Simple Every Day Gestures another example; I would like you to visualize yourself brushing your hair back with your right open hand.  You will see that you have created a vertical finger poke to the rear that you could use against a guy behind you, say with a bear hug on you with your arms free.

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Protect yourself against an Attack from the Front while on the go

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You will then notice that you also have created a right upward elbow strike to the front of you that you can use if a guy attacks you from the front. 

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Protect yourself against rugby tackle while on the go

The reverse motion of your right upward elbow strike becomes a right downward elbow strike, that you could use against say a rugby tackle from the front, to your opponent’s back or any available target as you step back off the line of attack with your left foot towards 5 0’clock simultaneously as you push his left arm down and away from you, with your left open hand as you pivot slightly counter clockwise on the balls of both feet to deflect his energy away and down from you. 

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Protect yourself from a shoulder or hair grab from behind while on the go

By pulling your right hand back towards your right hip you have created a right back elbow strike that you can use against an attack from behind you, Such; as a shoulder grab or a hair grab.  Bear in mind that as you step back with your right foot simultaneously as you  borrow your opponent’s momentum  to multiply your force behind your right elbow strike, to opponent’s solar plexus, sternum, or any available target that you select to stop the guy from causing you any physical injury.

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Protect yourself against an attack from the front while on the go

The next time you go to walk up some steps, stop and look as you place your right foot onto the first step, you will notice how you have created a knee strike, that you could use to protect yourself against an attack from the front, By using a right or left knee strike to opponents groin or midsection, the reverse motion of your right knee becomes a heel stomp to your opponent’s instep.

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Protect yourself against an attack from the front, and left or right flank while on the go

Everyone is familiar with putting up their hands to protect themselves or toward off an aggressor, when he approaches you from the front.

Now have a look at the shape of your hand, it should remind you of a tiger claw that you could use against an aggressor from the front, shuffle forward, and strike your opponent with a right heel palm strike to his chin immediately rip on down through his face with your right hand tiger claw. 

This strike will make him consider ‘If I continue on and try to take the attack any further, I could get hurt!’

Take into account who is watching who in your environment – it could prevent an attack or save your life some day don’t become a victim.

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