3 Self Defense Moves You Need To Know
Don’t Putt Off Until Tomorrow What You Can Do Today!
How often have you told yourself ‘I’ll do it later’ only to realize that later is here, and you didn’t take care of the matter at hand.
If you are lucky, this has happened to you with minor things.
- Maybe you forgot to replace a burnt out light bulb in the bathroom and now you are in the dark.
- Maybe you forgot to buy new garbage bags and as you empty your trash can you realize you don’t have a bag to replace the one you have just taken out.
- Maybe your forgot to pay the water bill and you received an overdue notice in the mail just in time before your water was turned off.
These mishaps, so to speak, are annoying but not life changing or life threatening.
Is Personal Safety Of Any Concern to You?
How often have you thought about taking a self-defense class?
How often have you taken a self-defense class?
What is stopping you from signing up for a self-defense class today?
Let us be clear – we get it! We are busy ourselves. We have a business to run, kids to raise and animals that need our attention, BUT personal safety is a huge concern to us at Strand Security, even more so after the attack on Heather!
We want everyone to be safe and it’s become our mission to get as many people in our classes as we can!
We’ve Teamed Up With Another Myrtle Beach Area Business, Homewatch CareGivers, To Bring You Self-Defense Classes
Make today the day you DO something about your desire to be and feel safe!
Call Heather at 843-318-1192 to sign up today, or email her at email@example.com
So What 3 Self-Defense Moves Should You Know To Protect Yourself?
From our Martial Art Expert and Self-Defense Class Instructor, we’ve learned these three self-defense moves we think you should know as well!
ONE – When someone approaches you and you feel unsafe, put your hands up in front of you, spread your legs to take a solid stance and say in a very loud voice. “Stop. Get back. I don’t want any trouble”.
TWO – You can grab almost anything near you to use as a weapon when you need it. In our self-defense class we each were tasked with finding something in the building and bringing it back to the mat. Then we had to attack the instructor with our ‘weapon’. We were amazed at what we could do with common household items. When an attack happens, look for anything to use as a weapon.
THREE – Your elbow is the strongest bone in your body, so use it during an attack! Hit your attacker in the chin, stomach, head or anywhere on their body! Remember, the elbow can do a lot of damage!
Do Want To Practice These Self-Defense Moves and Learn More?
It’s time to sign up for our next self-defense class!
Call Heather at 843-318-1192 and reserve your spot. If you’d prefer to use email, send Heather a message via firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you on Dec. 3, or in January at our next event!