Get Ready -- Practical Practice Scenarios
When we talk about Tueller testing, we are really dealing with readiness drills.
So, are you "ready" for a bunch of readiness scenarios?
You are standing with a knife in your pocket -- someone runs at you with a knife. How long does it take you to get yours out and ready? What's the minimum distance required?
You are standing with a knife at the ready -- now, what's the distance?
You are sitting down. No knife. Someone runs toward you with a knife. Can you overturn the table on your attacker? What's the distance necessary? How about just getting up and away from the table?
You are sitting at a table with a knife on the plate. An attacker is standing on the other side of the table with a knife ready. How far from you does he or she have to be for you to be able to grab silverware from the table and use to defend yourself?
Can you push the table at your attacker? If you were the one standing, then how far from the table do you have to be to be able to react to ... a table being shoved at your groin?
You're reading the book on a lawn ... you are resting in a hammock ... you are at the movies ... you are getting out of car.
How many readiness scenarios can you think of?
The question to ask is "How long would it take for me to get ready to effectively deal with the attack if I were _________________ and my attacker ___________________?"
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Advanced knife wielders really like the drills and exercises.
Beginners and intermediate knife fighters will appreciate that each and every move you make is a cut, slice or stab.
You'll really appreciate that each day works towards turning you into an "Automatic Fighter." You don't have to think -- just react.
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(Fighting with a knife is NOT the same as empty-hand self defense.)
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