Press The Points

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Pressure Point
In the past I’ve talked about control tactics and how they are a necessity in the world of professional bodyguarding. Facts being facts—you hope to avoid confrontations most of the time, but if you do get into a physical confrontation, the use of force in many cases will be low-level or what many of us call “soft-handed force.” A reader asked me via email what I personally thought of pressure points or pressure point-based techniques. As I’ve stated before, all aspects of training have their place and time in certain situations that you may or may not run across while working as a private protector. Pressure points are definetly something

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Grandmaster Tom Patire
is known as “America’s Leading Personal Safety Expert” and has appeared on Good Morning America, The CBS Morning Show, The Colbert Report, Montel, plus in mainstream publications such as Family Circle, Redbook, Fortune Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. He has written several books and has personal safety programs that can be incorporated into your martial arts school, available at TomPatire.com.