PERSONAL DEFENSE FOR WOMEN

Technical program

1.

Mobility and simple aggressions

FOUNDATIONS

  • Definition and objectives of the WPD
  • Mental attitude – Postural attitude
  • Displacements – Ways to walk
  • Dodges and turns in 90º
  • Fundamental falls rising with response (1)
  • Position, safety distance and guard
  • Prevention: Strategies, attitude and precautions (1)
  • Levels of dangerousness
  • Analysis of the environment and risk situations (1)
  • Structure of the common aggression process (No VG)
  • Legality and DPM – Illegitimate aggression and legitimate defense

BASIC AGGRESSIONS

  • Frontal pushes of an aggressor: One and two
  • Threat with grip on the neck, with one hand, in 360º
  • Pushes with 360º contact
  • Simple grips to dolls
  • Simple grips to arms
  • Simple grips to necks 360º

COMBINED AGGRESSIONS

  • Pushes, continued, one and two aggressors

TECHNIQUES AND INITIATION TO

  • Push Techniques – hitting with one and two hands
  • Hitting techniques: With upper and lower extremities
  • Locks and protections
  • Introduction to control and dislocation techniques

APPLICATIONS. ANSWERS BY

  • Evasion: Dodges and ways to let go
  • Initiation to: Evasion + Technical Application

PSYCHOPHYSICAL PREPARATION

  • Self-affirmation and postural attitude exercises
  • Exercises of Confidence – Relaxation Exercises
  • Exercises related to the domain of space
  • Exercises related to tactical or safety distance
2.

BASIC AGGRESSIONS AND CONTACT FOUNDATIONS

FOUNDATIONS

  • Legal framework and gender violence
  • Proportionality threat- Aggression – response
  • Concepts: Action-Reaction, Balance-Imbalance
  • Basic imbalances: 8 Fundamentals
  • Falls: Fundamentals getting up with a response(2)
  • Prevention: Strategies, attitude and precautions (1)
  • Analysis of the environment and risk situations (2)
  • Safety distance – breaking the safety distance
  • Non-Physical Conditions of Aggression: Focus-Concentration
  • Structure of the process of aggression against gender violence

BASIC AGGRESSIONS

  • Pushes: With 360º contact. No contact in 360º. With 360º grip
  • Double grips to dolls and wrist-arm
  • 360° double neck grips Attempts to grab an aggressor
  • Frontal attacks by fist and leg beating

COMBINED AGGRESSIONS

  • Pushes, continued, one, two and three aggressors

TECHNIQUES AND DEFENSES

  • Push techniques – hit with one and two hands
  • hitting techniques with upper extremities and with lower extremities
  • Locks and protections
  • Control and dislocation techniques
  • Demolition and projection techniques
  •  Approach to work on the ground. Initiation to:
    • Ground control position
    • Mobility on the ground
    • Ways to get up by overcoming ground contact

APPLICATIONS. ANSWERS BY

  • Evasion: Dodges and ways to let go
  • Evasion + Technical Application
  • Works on personal security distance and the breach of it

PSYCHOPHYSICAL PREPARATION

  • Self-affirmation and postural attitude exercises
  • Trust exercises – Relaxation exercises
  • Exercises related to the domain of space
  • Exercises related to tactical or safety distance
3.

COMPLEX AND DANGER SITUATIONS

FOUNDATIONS

  • Sequences of a premeditated robbery or assault (1)
  • Pressure points and sensitive areas
  • Items of daily use
  • Converted to support or branches
  • Analysis of the environment and risk situations (2)
  • Blunt objects and bladed weapon: Definition, precautions, danger, protection, rules to follow: (1)
    • Dodge – Locks – Defense – Evasion
    • Introduction to knowledge of Technical Applications
  • Work on the ground: Mobility – Most common aggressions (1)

BASIC AGGRESSIONS

  • Pulls and pushes: With 360º body or arms grip
  • With 360º contact and non-contact attempts
  • Grips with one and two hands to Arms – Hair – Neck
  • Other: From the front – Lateral – Back
  • Grips with unbalance: Push and pull in displacement
  • Hugs or prey on the neck: Frontal – Lateral
  • Back with Proximity aim- Kiss Without consent – Damage
  • Hugs to body Over / Under Arms: Front – Lateral – Back
  • Assaults by circular fist blow, backhand, hooks, ..
  • Aggressions with leg or knee blow
  • Ground aggressions by contract (1): Grips – Strangulation
    • Aggressor between the legs – To the side – On horseback
    • The aggressor tries to jump on, from the top, from the side or between the legs
  • Introduction to aggressions by blunt objects and blade weapons

COMBINED AGGRESSIONS

  • Attempts to grip two aggressors to the flap area, neck, shoulders …
  • Attempt of pushing and grappling of three aggressors

TECHNIQUES AND DEFENSES

  • Evade or save attempts, and grabs: By – Passing your Arm – Passing. Under Arm
    •  With Violent Spin By –  Applying  Previous Technique.
  • Opening Blows or distraction
  • Pressures or pinches
  • Hitting with: Elbow, knee, edge of the hand, fingers and phalanges, heel of foot, head, shoulder …
  • Other fist and leg hits
  • Other locks
  • Other controls and dislocations
  • Other forms of demolition and projection
  • Control positions: Defender standing, aggressor on the ground
  • Ways to turn the opponent face down – Defender on foot – ground defense techniques
  • Circumstantial Weapons: Use in defense of everyday items
  • Analysis of the environment and the application of its elements as defense, support or circumstantial weapon

APPLICATIONS. ANSWERS BY

  • Response by: Evasion + Technical Application + Hit or Reduction
  • Resolution of practical cases in different environments

PSYCHOPHYSICAL PREPARATION

  • Action Exercises -Reaction-Control of Express
  • Exercises related to surprise aggressions
  • Exercises in Stress-Anxiety Control
4.

REAL SITUATIONS AND PERSONAL SECURITY FOUNDATIONS

FOUNDATIONS

  • Sequences of a premeditated assault or aggression (2)
  • Analysis of the environment and situations of risk (3)
  • Field work: Parking – Park – House – Elevator – Vehicles
  • Strong objects and bladed weapons: Rules to follow (2)
    • Self-protection – Mobility – Dodge – Locks – Grip
    • Technical application – Evasion – Compulsive stabbing
  • Work on the ground (2):
    • Defenses from the ground and ways to get up – Aggressor standing
    • Ground defenses: Aggregate standing and ground
  • Protection of accompanying third parties and intervention against aggression against others
  • Personal security plan: Protection levels. Itineraries …

BASIC AGGRESSIONS

  •  Attractions – Arrastres – Pushing continued:
    • With 360º body or arms grip
    • With grip on dolls
  • Other various holds: Pushing – Pulling – Dragging
  • Hugs and various prey: Pushing – Dragging – A ground
  • Cuffs of fist or fist and leg:
    • Continued
    • With subjection
    • Compulsive …
  • Assaults in soil and forms of evasion rising (2):
    • Aggressor between the legs-From the side-On horseback: Various, With beating
    • Aggressor standing: Strikes and other aggressions in 360º
  • Aggressions with blunt objects and a knife:
    • Strategy – Mobility – Environment
    • Aggressions: Without grip – With grip

COMBINED AGGRESSIONS

  • Two or more aggressors in:
    • Park – Parking – Street – Portal – Elevator – Vehicle
  • Other aggression situations in: Parking -Street -Commercial center – Vehicle
    • Aggressor alone or accompanied: Man – Woman or women:
    • Assaulted alone or accompanied: by elders and, or youngsters, by other

TECHNIQUES AND DEFENSES. INITIATION TO LOOK FOR UTILITIES, SKILLS AND EFFECTIVENESS IN:

  • Elude or save from grabs: Por – Passing his arm – Passing Under arm – With violent turn by extension. – With Application of Previous Technique
  • Use of everyday objects such as defense or weapons
  • Push Techniques – Hit and Hit with EXTENSION
  • Apply in pain points: Hit – Pressures – Pinching
  • Blocking techniques, Blocking-Hitting, Locking-Gripping
  • Techniques of control or dislocation
  • Demolition or protection techniques
  • Mobility – Skills – Utilities – Technique: on the groun

APPLICATIONS. ANSWERS BY

  • Field work: With realism – Pressure – Noise – Voices in:
    • Parking – Park – House – Elevator- Vehicle …
    • Aggressor alone or accompanied
    • Assaulted alone or accompanied

PSYCHOPHYSICAL PREPARATION

  • Action-Reaction Exercises
  • Exercises related to surprise aggressions
  • Exercises Under pressure: Training Under Strain-Stress
  • Exercises: Stress control – Anxiety control