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The Secrets of Street Self-Defence[Special Edition: Contains Vol1.Vol2][.pdf][59.Pages]

I found this surfing on google, actually very good book about self defence!! Check out!!

*Wellard, Paul - The Secrets of Street Self-Defence[Special Edition: Contains Vol1.Vol2][.pdf][59.Pages]

*The most effective street fighting techniques revelaed by a top professional 'Bouncer'. contains several pictures of self defence metodes.

*Easy to understand and learn this is the most effective learning course for self defence!



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Thanks for sharing :)

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In light of children's safety concerns in our community I have decided to release 10 of our most useful kids self-defence safety tips.
These have all been well-researched tips developed for use as part of our Universal Self-Defence training program.
It has never been more important to encourage children to be more aware of their own personal safety and give them the knowledge to act confidently to protect themselves without fear.

Usda Kid's Personal Safety Tips:

1. Never wander off alone. Always ask your parents first before going off anywhere or with anyone.

2. Always travel with a friend when going to and from school, it's a lot safer and makes the trip a lot more fun. Use main roads and avoid short cuts and isolated places.

3. Always be wary of public toilets. Children should never play near public toilets or go into them alone without a supervising older person.

4. When out and about always arrange to have a meeting place in case you get lost.

5. If anyone asks you to go with them, no matter what they promise or offer, whether you know them or not, DO NOT GO!! You must say "NO!" Only your parents can give you permission.

6. Have a secret family password that you must hear if an unexpected lift arrives or a message is sent, then you know for sure it is ok.

7. Adults who need help or directions should not approach children they should ask another adult. Always keep a safe distance so if anyone makes you feel unsafe you can walk or run quickly away. Tell your parents, a teacher, a policeman or go to a safety house or shop and explain. Ask your parents where the nearest safe places are.

8. If someone holds you and won't let you go or tries to force you to go with them then yell, scream and shout "NO! and/or Help me!" making as much NOISE as you can to attract help. Also throw your bag or whatever you can and scatter your belongings everywhere. This may distract the person holding you so you may escape.

9. Your body belongs to nobody but you. If anyone touches you in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable or in a way that you think is wrong then say "No!" If you are told to keep it a secret, or offered a gift not to tell, say "No!" You must always tell, no matter what.

10. If you ever have a problem or feel unsafe, then keep talking about it, until someone helps you.


-- Edited by joe121 on Wednesday 25th of July 2012 07:13:42 AM

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