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      Dallas Williams

      Really interesting read. The point to remember is in home invasions, burglaries, robberies, sexual assaults, etc. attackers try to pick places or victims that they think will be easy targets and won’t provide much resistance and is the least amount of risk to them. If you fight back doing anything for that matter even if you’re not that strong or fit or well trained it is much better than freezing up and doing nothing. Even though in this case she didn’t seriously injure him just the act of her running in and hitting him full force was enough to let him know he picked the wrong house and person to mess with and all he wanted was to get the hell out of there. Another key point is that you don’t wait to be assaulted or an attempt to do so before you act, despite what we may have been taught our whole lives by “schoolyard” rules it is perfectly acceptable in situations where you clearly see your life or welfare is in danger to hit first. Action is always faster than reaction and in a real life assault you don’t want to put yourself at a disadvantage by waiting until you’re already on the receiving end of an attack before you do anything. I also would recommend in a home invasion that you don’t confront an attacker unarmed unless you have no other choice, and that even applies whether you’re male or female. Even if you don’t have a gun grabbing anything a blackjack, golf club, baseball bat, pipe wrench, kitchen knife, anything to stack the odds in your favor because you have to assume the worst they are also armed or they may have brought more than one guy with them to help.

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      Notice NO SPARRING! Just the will combined with simple technique. Hit hard not fast.

      You don’t care what your target does, just what you do to it.

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