Women’s Self-Defense – The 3 Distances
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Distance management involves controlling the space between you and your potential attacker. In this video, Michael brings to our attention how understanding personal boundaries can help to provide the necessary tools needed to defend yourself in a violent (or potentially violent) situation.
When training, think about the various ranges:
- Close (Danger)
Remember that what is considered “conversational” in normal, every-day encounters with friends and loved ones is not the situation we are talking about! These ranges are for situations when your intuition has already told you that something is wrong and that an action-plan is needed. By training these distances and adding the proper state, posturing, verbal de-esculation (if possible/if time is available) and bridging… we’ll likely be much safer in the real situation.
Please note: These ranges and action-plans (future video, coming soon) is built with the female in mind. Often, when males fight other males, other cues, posturing and state changes are more beneficial – speaking primarily of what I call the “Aggressive Fence” (others may call it “ballooning”). There will be a separate article and video on that in the future.
MICHAEL & JENNIFER JOYCE
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