ActiveSelfProtection
ActiveSelfProtection 30 Jul 2016
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Subway Employees Disarm Armed Robber

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Escalating conflicts sometimes can't be avoided, but this is why you want to try! We say at Active Self Protection that you win 100% of the fights you don't get into, and there's always the element of the unknown that makes fights like this incredibly dangerous.

Video of the armed robber getting beat up with news story available here: https://get-asp.com/y08h

How do I protect myself from an armed robber?

1. The Five Ds are a tool that we use at ASP to organize our training and preparation for defending ourselves against an armed robber or other attacker when we are not armed ourselves. (or if we are armed but outdrawn such that we must deal with the problem with our hands) Deflect, Dominate, Distract, Disarm, Disable. We pursue them from first to last, in order, to give us the best chance of successfully defending ourselves against an armed opponent. Deflect their force multiplier, Dominate as much as possible (best is the whole person, second is the arm with the tool, last is the tool itself), Distract the attacker (usually using pain, redirection, movement, etc.), Disarm the attacker, and Disable the attacker.

Four more lessons are available on our website, so head there for more: https://get-asp.com/y08h

Attitude. Skills. Plan.

(music in the intro and outro courtesy of Bensound at http://www.bensound.com)

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