Beginning Self-Defense                                Copyright 2011 Josh WaltzingClass 5: Pyramid of Personal Safety   I....
Beginning Self-Defense                           Copyright 2011 Josh Waltzing      B. Walk-Aways                1.   Daily...
Beginning Self-Defense                              Copyright 2011 Josh Waltzing    Pyramid of Personal Safety is a strate...
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Class 5 Pyramid Base to Habits

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With the knowledge gained from the Five Stages of Violent Crime, the Pyramid of Personal Safety comes in play to help keep you safe in all situations. This is a true Personal Protection Strategy.

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Class 5 Pyramid Base to Habits

  1. 1. Beginning Self-Defense Copyright 2011 Josh WaltzingClass 5: Pyramid of Personal Safety I. Pyramid of Personal Safety http://www.nononsenseselfdefense.com/pyramid.html A. The Foundation 1. Knowledge and Understanding a. This is the base of the entire Personal Safety Strategy and without it you cannot build the rest of the Pyramid b. Starts with some important knowledge i. Five Stages of Violent Crime c. Continues with some even more important Understandings i. Criminal mindset ii. Nature of where violence is going to happen iii. What criminals want from you 2. What criminals need to succeed? a. You to completely disregard the Five Stages 3. How do we provoke violence? http://www.nononsenseselfdefense.com/get_attacked.htm a. Many people don’t realize they invite violence i. They don’t understand the rules here ii. Try to use their own rules in this setting iii. They are punished for it b. An attack will happen if you do any of these i. Insult him ii. Challenge him iii. Threaten him iv. Deny the incident is happening v. Deny him a face saving exit c. If you can avoid the above situations you can prevent a situation from becoming violent. i. It is still dangerous but you will be more able to maneuver yourself out of danger. Josh Waltzing Page 1 2/14/2011
  2. 2. Beginning Self-Defense Copyright 2011 Josh Waltzing B. Walk-Aways 1. Daily actions you do once to protect you from harm, and then walk away from. 2. They serve as both deterrents and safeguards 3. Identify Five actions that could be classified as “Walk-Aways” a. _______________________ b. _______________________ c. _______________________ d. _______________________ e. _______________________ C. Habits 1. Actions you do throughout the day, without thinking about them, that keep you safe. a. Are broad ranged measures b. Easy to ingrain into your daily actions. i. Locking Doors ii. Never leave car running and unlocked iii. Checking Fringe Areas upon entry iv. Removing valuables from plain sight. 2. They are effective because they remove items of value from sight, deny easy access or complicate things for the criminal.Josh Waltzing Page 2 2/14/2011
  3. 3. Beginning Self-Defense Copyright 2011 Josh Waltzing Pyramid of Personal Safety is a strategy for keeping yourself safe in your daily life with as little interference with your normal routine. The idea is to get your Personal Safety Strategy to work with you and your schedule, not to have to make your life work around the strategy. The easier it is to implement, the more you will be able to use it to stay safe. Pyramid of Personal Safety is copyrighted by Marc MacYoung (www.nononsenseselfdefense.com) Used by Permission.Josh Waltzing Page 3 2/14/2011

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