OK. So you don’t have eyes in the back of your head, but nothing is stopping you from turning around every once in a while to see if anyone is walking behind you, especially if you are walking by yourself. I am sure this guy wished he had been paying more attention: http://bit.ly/3EggTZ This happened in Rogers Park, but it could be anywhere and at anytime of the day. Self-Defense is a state of mind, so stay alert to the possibilities and think about where you will run to should you find yourself in a similar situation. Having a place to run to is better than just running aimlessly.
Hi to all of you. I hope you have enjoyed the course and are looking forward to part 2. I will have more information on that in a few days. To review this week we only need to think about the kempo blocks/strikes that we introduced last week. We reviewed the strikes and spent time […]
Thanks again for putting in such a great effort in this week’s self-defense class. Please take a moment to review some of the key things we covered this past week. 1) We discussed what to do when confronted by an attacker armed with a knife. Try to stay calm and throw whatever valuables they are asking […]
“I just flew in from Arizona, I’m tired. I saw him walking into the courtyard when I was getting out of the cab. He was dressed normal and didn’t look suspicious. When he disappeared, I assumed he went into his apartment.”