You’ve no doubt seen the “Knockout Games” that street thugs have been playing…
They’ve been all over the news – showing innocent victim and victim get brutally beaten with sucker punches…
And while they’ve faded from the news recently, that doesn’t mean it’s time for you to sit back and relax. The scary fact is this: Many Americans walk around completed exposed to violence. Most are completely UN-prepared.
That’s why I want to you show the three critical things you must have to avoid and survive any attack. All these things are completely, 100% free. But in order to make them work, you must take this seriously.
Let’s get started…
STEP #1: You MUST get out of the victim mentality
It’s no secret that criminals and other lowlifes tend to go for the path of least resistance…
That’s why an old lady is more likely to get her purse snatched, than a six-foot-four body builder with muscles stacked upon muscles.
Even the dumbest criminals in the world are well aware of the obvious fact that things can easily go bad when you mess with a muscle-bound behemoth.
Little things like awareness, confidence, and posture send strong messages to would-be violators that you’re not the type to go down without a fight.
So don’t crouch in fear when you walk. Instead, portray confidence… even in the scariest of conditions.
STEP #2: You MUST get in tune with your killer instinct
Regardless of the circumstances, no one has a right to hurt you.
Unfortunately, there are always those who didn’t get that memo.
For you to be able to properly utilize effective self-defense, it’s extremely important that you’re able to execute all you’ve learned under pressure.
Therefore, you need to be mentally ready to inflict serious damage on an attacker.
Those who haven’t mentally prepared themselves for the brutality of combat will typically hesitate, and given the fact seconds can be crucial in combat situations, the result of said hesitation could be fatal.
The bottom line is basically this: when you face a situation in which your LIFE is threatened, you need to know beforehand that you are going to act.
That’s why it’s critical you pay attention to everything I’ll show you…
STEP #3: You MUST get rid of your ego
Learning techniques that can be used to defeat bigger, stronger opponents doesn’t give you the right to go around looking for trouble.
Violence should always be a last resort, so you should always try to diffuse altercations verbally or by simply removing yourself from the situation.
However, you should always be ready for the potential for violence the minute you find yourself in a confrontation since it’s not uncommon for an attacker to launch a sneak attack hoping to catch you off guard.
There’s an old proverb that captures the mentality one should have in confrontational situations: ‘Speak softly, but carry a big stick.’
This also goes along with the #2 point …
You don’t destroy a man’s body because you got in an argument at a bar …
You don’t injure another human being permanently … or take his human machine to non-functional … or (if necessary) take his life … because he was rude to your wife.
Those are all “anti-social” situations.
Violence is not the answer.
But like Tim Larkin and his people say “when violence is the answer … it’s the only answer”.
Meaning – when violence is the only answer – you’ll know.
You’ll be in a situation where the only option is to survive …
You can’t diffuse it … you can’t run away … he may have already hit you with the brick in the back of the head or stabbed you in the ribs with the knife …
In short these are “Asocial” moments when you have no other option. Violence is the ONLY answer because you either answer with violence or violence is done to you.
There literally is no choice.