2612568276918. How to Become a Lethal Weapon in Two Weeks! - 6 Power Moves for Any Situation!

How to Become a Lethal Weapon in Two Weeks!

How to Become a Lethal Weapon in Two Weeks!

6 Power Moves for Any Situation!

How to Become a Lethal Weapon in Two Weeks! 6 Power Moves for Any Situation! While I’ve given you quite a few effective striking techniques above (in the ‘Deadly Weapons’ section), you don’t have to learn and memorize all of them. (Keep it simple, remember?)

Here are 6 of the most powerful maneuvers you need to remember to quickly end most fights.

The Push Over

The “push over” may not seem like a great move but is in fact very effective, especially when used in succession.

As soon as the attacker gets close enough to cause harm, step forward and push with both palms, targeting his chest. Brace yourself well and put your entire body weight into the attack. Then, repeat the move immediately, at least one more time.

Keep in mind that this move can very easily break his ribs and/or cause serious damage, especially when delivered repeatedly.

Often times, the push over is all you’ll have to do to end the fight and leave the scene.

If he is still up, move to any of the next techniques given below (whichever seems most fitting.)

My advice (from here) would be to take his knee out next – and fast.

Note: You can also use the push over if the attacker rushes towards you. In this case, be sure to brace yourself by keeping one foot in front of the other. As the attacker comes in, brace and lock yourself in position, then push as hard as you can. You can always deliver another one immediately after the first one.

Remember to push at an angle to get him off balance more easily. The same goes for other strikes that you execute.

Stomp Kick (To Knee)

This kick uses the sole of your foot and targets his knee. As you learned earlier, taking a person’s knee out of commission will quickly take him down.

Just pick your foot up, slightly turn your toes so they’re pointing at an angle (outwards) and walk through his knee. Target whichever knee he has closer to you.

And remember, if he’s still up, use the push over again (or any other strikes) and continue hitting until he is down!

Once he’s down, you can either continue to kick him or quickly leave the scene.

Stomp Kick (To Torso/Pelvis)

Similar to the knee kick, this move uses the sole of your foot (or shoe) but is targeted at his torso or pelvic area.

Lift your knee up towards your chest, as high as it will go, and then push his torso/pelvis with the bottom of your foot. Imagine you’re kicking a door down.

Again, if he doesn’t go down completely, you can either repeat the move or use any of the other moves. Remember that the key is to continue hitting until he goes down.

Knee Kick

If he’s close enough to you, you can drive your knee into his groin. Then, immediately go into the “knee to the torso” pattern. Put your hands around his neck and start driving your knee into his stomach and solar plexus area by lifting your knee straight up. Do this several times and then either push him down or take his knee out.

Head Butt

Most attackers may not expect this one from civilians. That’s good. If he’s already too close to you, making it impossible to use any of the earlier moves, use either your forehead or top of the head to strike his face. Imagine a bull attacking a target with its horns. (Be sure to pull your tongue in and clench your teeth before you strike – to avoid biting your tongue in the process.)

Throat / Face Strikes

If he’s close enough, use your knuckles, palms, and/or fingers to strike his throat area and/or his face area (eyes, nose, upper lip, ear, etc.)

Immediately after any of the above, deliver either the push over, or any other heavier moves described in this section, continuously – to take him down.

I would advise you to start by practicing only these 6 maneuvers until they become second nature to you. Only after you’ve mastered these should you move on to the rest of them.

Remember that it’s not about how much you know. You can be the deadliest fighter out there if you master just a few techniques. It’s all about mastery.

Regards, Coyalita

Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Specialist

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