Random Violence Survival Skills covers:
• Survival doesn’t mean Fighting!
• Awareness Skills
• People Skills
• Physical Skills for Evasion
• Physical Skills for Fighting
• Fighting when Surrounded
• Fighting on the Ground
101 ways to defend yourself without a gun; by Johnny A. Jenkins. The full essay can be seen at http://tinyurl.com/2ucdc8.
Now right from the git-go I want to say that I don’t know if he wrote the essay or if his friend Sarah wrote it, so I’m not being personal here but just taking a look at the tips presented.
This article considers the following for young adults out looking for fun ( and hopefully older folks too):
Myths Your Parents Told You
The original lesson:
One would think that a gun beats a knife every time. With superior weaponry, the fight should be easily won. Sergeant Dennis Tueller, of the Salt Lake City, Utah Police Department, showed that it was not that simple.