2612568276918. How to Become a Lethal Weapon in Two Weeks! - The "On Guard" Position

How to Become a Lethal Weapon in Two Weeks!

How to Become a Lethal Weapon in Two Weeks!

The “On Guard” Position

How to Become a Lethal Weapon in Two Weeks!The “On Guard” Position Let your hands naturally hang at your sides.

Then, bring your palms up to your face by bending your hand at the elbows. Your finger should now be almost touching your nose (palms facing away from your face.) This is the “on guard” position.

It’s very similar to a boxer’s on guard position, except for the open hands. If you hold your fists up, you will probably imply that you’re ready for a fight.

Keeping your palms open looks more like the “I don’t want any trouble” stance, which is why we use this instead of fists. You can even say that to the attacker as you bring your hands up, “Look, I don’t want any trouble.”

From this (on guard) position, you can easily block his punches, and you can also initiate your own strikes (eye jabs, knuckle punches, etc.) much more easily and quickly, since your hands are already halfway up.

As soon as you sense danger, get your guards up. Always keep your guard up. As you’ve already learned, some of your most sensitive areas (eyes, nose, lips, ears) are on your face. You have to protect your face at all times.

Face Block

If the attacker decides to pull a punch before you’re able to do anything, you can use this simple block to protect yourself from just about any punch…

From the ‘on guard’ position, lift your elbows up and forward so that your palms are able to cup over your ears. Your elbows should now be sticking out in front of you. Make sure that your palms are in fact resting on your ears and not just hovering around it – or else the force of the attacker’s strike will slap your palm against your own ear and cause you some pain.

If a punch comes your way and it’s too late for you to get out of the way, quickly get in this ‘face block’ position. Most close-range punches to your face can be blocked using this maneuver. Remember that you want to keep it simple, which is why I won’t teach you different blocks for each punch. The face block takes care of most of the punches.

If the punch is coming straight to your face (nose or mouth area), just move your hands from the “face block” position to the front of your face.

Body Block

The “body block” can be used to defend yourself against kicks or even bats and sticks. And it’s a fairly easy move. If you’re being targeted to the lower body, from the side, just lift your knee up in front of you and bring your foot closer to your butt. It’s similar to the face block position, except you’re doing it with your leg.

If you’re being targeted at your torso area, simply drop your hand to your side (from the face block position) keeping your elbows bent at the same angle. It’s similar to the ‘on guard’ position, except your palm is positioned ‘chest high.’

Keep Moving

If the attacker knows anything at all about fighting, he will not strike immediately but instead wait for the right opening – just as experienced boxers do in the ring.

To make it harder for him to attack, keep moving! User a circular motion and continue to move back and forth, just as boxers do (but don’t get caught in a corner.)

Let me repeat…my goal is always to end the fight as quickly as possible. So, as soon as you see an opening, let him have it and don’t stop until he’s down!

Regards, Coyalita

Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Specialist

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