Self defense techniques and survival tricks you should know now

There are many self-defense solutions that anyone should learn these movements to be able to defend yourself in dangerous and difficult situations.


Back of the hand: If pulled, look directly into the attacker's hand and strike the bones of the back of the hand with either a regular punch or a one-finger strike. Do it once well when training with a partner, so you don't repeat it several times a day, it may hurt you for a minute.


Press the fingers for a slight defense. When punching you, hit one in the armpit and close it tightly. Pull the inner upper part of the elbow joint, this should be done quickly. Press down firmly, using one


 finger on each side. This causes severe pain and will make the opponent feel as if their arm has been broken.
Sternum: Deliver a single articulating punch to the bone in the


 middle of the chest. It has neither muscle nor fat so it is very brittle and a good hit can split it in half. You can also hit the pectoral parts


 like this one. Edit: A broken sternum may cause a lung to rupture or worse. Be careful when performing this and don't try it with friends.


Solar plexus: This is a bundle of nerves in the center of the abdomen that is thought to be responsible for the physical sensation of deep emotions. You affect these nerves and tear the diaphragm (the


 breathing muscle) by hitting this area just below the sternum, where the ribs meet in the front of the abdomen. Thus (end someone's life); It's a very easy target. You can reverse this by quickly flexing the muscles at the time of the attack, which can be done by exhaling or shouting (kiai).


The ribs: have little coverage regardless of the body type, except for the presence of a thin muscle between them. To break it, you have to raise the arm so that it is an extension of them reducing their contact


 and then you hit. Palm slaps work a lot here, and slaps work as well as they target the upper underarm, which is what you want. The ribs are protected by the chest or back muscles and will not break easily,


 and may not break at all; The lower ribs are only attached to the spine, so they are weak and easily fractured.


Feet: Look at the foot and use your heel. Lift the knee as high as possible and then run it into the arches as hard as you can, as it can break easily due to its structure. Don't hit the toes because they only


 hurt but won't break. Try each with light pressure to see which one hurts the most.


If you feel drowsy or unable to concentrate, press your index fingers. Press the temples, sides of the nose and corners of the eyes 5 mm from the nose.



A headache is a type of pain that can be temporarily relieved or suppressed using appropriate pressure points.
Front of the head: massage both temples.


Middle/Top of Head: Tap a point above the ears
Back of the head: Place both thumbs behind the ears and trace until you find the end point of the skull. Move a millimeter forward and press.


Keep in mind that speed is the key to fighting. If you feel confused about the pressure point, you will be hit in the head. practice a lot; Safe training. Train as if you were in a real fight. Start slowly and


 locate, then use all of your concentration and speed. You will fight as you have trained; If you're slow in your training or sluggish, you'll fight the same way and most likely won't last long.


If you focus on your speed, breathe normally. Your arms will not work faster than your lungs, and while controlling your breathing may increase your strength, it will slow your arms down.


Train yourself with a friend. Every body is different and its levels of pain tolerance vary. While one spot in one place is violently painful,

 in another it is a few centimeters away from the same place, and some people do not feel it at all. The more people you practice with,

 the more specific you are about the approximate location of the dot, and you can tell it's not there, too. .



Finger clicking. Ask the friend you're training with to click their thighs out loud to let you know you've done the right thing and should stop. He only has to click if it hurts. Lack of confidence does not help when fighting.


Practice focus. Always look directly at the target; If your eyes are not on him, your focus is not on him.



Sharpen your techniques. Key things to keep in mind when training include:


Use your thumb and fingertips for techniques using either. This makes it feel like a needle, as all of your force is focused at the tips of your thumb/index, increasing pressure every few square centimeters


. You can't knit next to a needle, can you?
Keep the knees at least slightly bent, especially when performing the techniques. This gives you poise and strength. Locked knees should


 open to help you move and increase your reaction time. You're like a piece of wood ready to be knocked down if you're standing straight.


Shift your weight in the direction of the pressure. If you're pushing down, bend your knees, and if you're pushing forward, move in that direction, or move your buttocks toward it.


You have to see the target point as farther from its actual location to increase the punching power. (This is not recommended in training except with a boxing guard)


Twist your hips together for a swipe. This is a building block for martial arts; This is how you start moving your weight and is often a source of strength in combat techniques.



Practice rebounding. When hitting, bounce back quickly once you hit the target. It's like you're kicking your hit, except you're trying to bounce back quickly to prevent the energy you've put into your


 opponent's body from going back into that part of your body. This keeps energy in the target and causes more damage especially to the bones, increases the chance of broken bones and reduces the chance of the enemy pulling your hand or foot.



Scream. In (Japanese) martial arts this is known as "kiai". The cry must come out of the diaphragm to truly release your inner strength;


 It gives you confidence and confuses your attacker, and if you bend her abs it protects your solar plexus. This kiai may be the difference between successful pressure points and others.
Helpful ideas


The use of pressure points depends on squeezing the muscles. Feel your body and you will find a lot.


Search. If you don't understand something here, find more information, especially from a teacher. It is recommended to use Wikipedia.


You can't win a fight with just pressure points; Learn punches and kicks, too.


These are real fighting styles, so our best advice is to find a real master. Be careful not to enroll in a poor martial arts academy.
Always use it for self-defense only.


Speed ​​is important in combat as well as planning. When fighting a larger opponent, look at his eyes, foot movements, posture, etc. You should look for weak areas as a previous injury, preferably using a tip.

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