Carjackers and muggers often target people when their attention is on entering a vehicle, pushing buttons at an ATM, or locking and unlocking a building/door. Because of this, you need to have a strategy to mitigate your vulnerability in these situations. That’s where situational awareness comes in.
In this video, Dale Comstock and Joe Teti demonstrate the safest and most secure way to approach and enter a room safely, avoiding a robbery, kidnapping or hostage situation. Threat or situational awareness is one of the simplest forms of self defense skills that you could posses in keeping you and your loved ones safe. Dale touches on how to scan the hallways for any potential threat, along with the proper way to open a door before entering and why you should never have your partner or loved ones enter the room first. Take a look and let us know what you think about this demonstration given to use by Dale and Joe.
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