If someone randomly started to attack you, how would you protect yourself?
Whether it’s a case of domestic violence, an attempted mugging or a home invasion, it pays to know some self-defense skills to stay safe.
Knowing just a couple of self-defense moves could save your life.
The two self-defense moves I’m going to share are easy to remember, easy to practice, and easy to execute. This is important because there is a lot of bad self-defense advice out there with overly complex moves that are just not practical for the average Joe.
If you are someone that has taken self-defense classes, achieved a black belt in karate, or are currently fighting in the UFC, you can stop reading now. For everyone else, here are two simple self-defense moves courtesy of best selling author (and master teacher) Tim Ferriss, that I encourage you to learn.
Let’s get ready to ruuuuummmble.
1. How to defend yourself against a punch
This is a great move for defending yourself against a punch or king hit.
Perfect if you are cornered and the attacker is moving towards you front on with the intention to punch.