Learn Self Defense► https://www.codereddefense.com/newsletter/In this tutorial, we share fight or flight self defense tips.When facing real life violence, there are several things going on at once in your mind. You experience fear and you go into a feeling called the fight or flight syndrome.You’re either fighting for your life or you’re trying to escape to a safe place. Note that you can also freeze like a deer in headlights.Obviously, the latter is not recommended because it can get you seriously injured. As for the flight or flight syndrome, watch the clip to discover what it’s all about.Additional self defense information:Striking Fundamentals:► https://www.codereddefense.com/striking-fundamentals/Common Attacks:► https://www.codereddefense.com/common-attacks/Read more on the fight or flight response:https://www.codereddefense.com/what-to-do-in-a-fight-or-flight-situation/Thanks for watching and stay safe,Nick Drossos and Patrick VianaCode Red Defense► https://www.codereddefense.com
April 2, 2020
What to do in a Fight or Flight Situation
What happens to your before and body during a fight
It’s normal for your body to freeze up during a fight. Especially if fighting isn’t something
you’re faced with often. So, we’ll look at what to do in a fight or flight situation.
That said, having your body react when confronted with an attacker is a normal behavior.
However, it’s important to quickly snap out of it and react.
Since in most fight situations, you only have a few seconds to decide whether you want to
stay and fight, or escape (if possible).
If you decide to fight back, fight with all you’ve got and make your strikes count!
Control your fear and stay aware at all times
While you might feel weak and afraid, it’s important to remember that your body’s reaction is
actually a way of preparing itself for a fight. Additionally, being afraid doesn’t mean you’re
It’s normal to be scared when faced with an attacker. This means that you’re aware of the
danger and you know you have to defend yourself.
However, it’s important to not let the fear take control of your body and emotions. You need
be aware and focused if you want to fight back and escape the situation with as little to no
Always believe in your self-defense abilities
By having faith in yourself and believing that you can defend yourself, you stand a greater
chance at defeating your opponent.
Focus on your breathing and be aware of your opponent and your surroundings. This will
keep your mind focused on the fight and give you better odds at defending yourself.
Watch the video on fight or flight for self-defense right here:
Watch Video At: https://youtu.be/vcfarv0Fsg8
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