PDN Contributor Cecil Burch on self defense techniques, tactics, and positions that you can use consistently that allows you to survive, defend and set up your escapes in a physical confrontation. Cecil calls this the Survival Posture and it has three components. First, keep your hips squared toward the attacker. Second, try to have as few points on the ground as possible. Third, keep your forearms between your torso and the attacker.
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