The 3 Predator Types Everyone Should Know
Video #1 was on distance management, because, let’s face it – He/She who controls the distance, controls the encounter.
Here’s video #2, and another subject that doesn’t get talked about as much as it should, and that is “Who are we dealing with in the encounter?”
Knowing our opponent can be instrumental in helping us quickly choose our action-plan (especially when it comes to Women’s Self-Defense). Men don’t have NEARLY as many Insidious attackers as women, and thus train primarily for the Social and Asocial ones.
IF YOU TEACH WOMEN
Please stress the importance of understanding the methods Insidious attackers use in order to control or hurt them. Most women encounter some form of “insidiousness” on a weekly basis.