Crime Prevention and Basic Self Defense Moves for Baby Boomers

Self defense for those of us who are baby boomers is not about fighting harder, but being smarter. Have a basic crime prevention plan to follow and learn to make the most of your motor abilities. I know that my own strength, stamina, range of motion and reaction times are not like they were even ten years ago. I will be medicare age this year, and because of the many naturally occurring physical changes that our bodies experience as we rush through life, I am feeling more vulnerable to possible criminal encounters. And yes, I have been a self defense instructor for almost four decades, but I am still subject to the same potential crime as everyone else. However, I have a permanent positive plan in place that relieves me from feeling more vulnerable than I was when I was much younger.

You can not stop Mother Nature from aging us, but what we lose in physical attributes we can gain through knowledge and experience. You can feel less vulnerable and be more powerful and dangerous to criminal types by following your own permanent positive plan of crime prevention. The path to such power has been described by many of the men and women I have shared my self defense tips and basic moves with over the decades as "surprising simple and devastatingly effective." As children of the sixties, now in our sixties, we take up causes and confront the challenges as we always have … directly.

Crime prevention awareness is the single most important reality that can make the critical difference is our personal safety. Being aware of your surroundings is as simple as it is complicated. There are many distractions that go through our mind at any given moment, so make a permanent positive plan to be more mindful when moving in an environment that you should be giving more personal awareness too. As an example: Walking to or from your car in the mall at noon time when the parking structure is full of shoppers versus a higher level of awareness that is needed when walking to your car when the mall is closing and fewer people are around. A really great local resource for crime prevention tips is simply calling your local police crime prevention department or unit. The police can give you a "heads-up" on the latest scams and local crimes.

Self Defense is both crime prevention strategies and using physical moves to protect your health and life. There is no going toe to toe with a criminal type in my plan. Remember, we want to work smarter, not harder. My personal plan is the very same program that I have been teaching for decades. It includes both a crime prevention strategy and learning to maximize my body as a weapon with simple basic physical moves that I developed naturally before I was two years of age. You can learn to leverage your full power against a physical assault through an easy to learn system of natural motor movements.

Learning to use motor skills you already possess is not a new approach, but the "transfer training" methods we teach have now been tried and tested over the years by thousands of men and women as well as the boys and girls who have attended this short , safe, and yes, fun type self defense program. New skills come from "DOING".

Self Defense Muscle Memory- Consider the difference between understanding the concept of riding a bicycle, and actually being able to do it. Getting on the bike and experimenting to find balance and control are what brings mastery to this physical skill. As we all seem to know, once you learn to ride a bike, you never forget. It is part of your "muscle memory".

Good basic self defense moves that apply this same concept to learning the physical skills that can save your life. The training methods in a my Self Defense Program will show you how to quickly develop the physical motor skills into "Self Defense Muscle Memory". Partner training is a key to being able to learn the new skills in about the same amount of time you needed to learn CPR.

If you can point with your finger, wave and clap your hands, or able to climb up a few stairs than I have self defense moves you can learn. Are you ready to start your own permanent positive self defense plan? Click on the link in the resource area to begin a free lesson on learning the knee kick.



Source by Bill Valentine