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By Tissier C.

ISBN-10: 2901551408

ISBN-13: 9782901551409

Книга Aikido Fondamental Aikido FondamentalКниги Боевое искусство Автор: C.Tissier Год издания: 1979 Формат: pdf Страниц: 231 Размер: 110,5 мб Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Оченьхорошая книгапо Aikido знаменитого мастера

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By packaging important ideas into three points or fewer, teachers enhance the possibility of lifetime, long-term memory and future application. The power of simplicity and the three-point memory rule challenged us to review our decades of training. We wanted to develop a barebones summary for effective and memorable crime survival. Our research led us to a simple formula—one that is ageless, accurate, empowering, and easy to teach your children. We refer to it as BST or BeST. BST represents a lifesaving plan your children can easily understand and take with them anywhere: B—Breathe S—Space T—Throat (summarizes self-control) (summarizes crime prevention) (summarizes crime survival) BST is enough data to help your children save their own life until a police off icer arrives, just as “Stop, drop, and roll” provides enough life-saving data until a f iref ighter arrives.

In our home, we all have chosen to visualize a formal family portrait hanging over our f ireplace. ” Our daughter recently used it when she was rear-ended by a drunk driver, causing a multicar auto accident: I was furious until I started to belly-breathe, gripped the handle on my key chain, and imagined “the picture” in my mind. ” While waiting for the police, I wrote down what I could remember. Through conscious repetition, you and your children will be able to call upon positive thoughts—“I can” self-talk reinforced by pictures of loved ones—for inspiration and self-control in a crisis.

This activates your child’s self-control. • Look back by turning your head constantly. The last things a creep or criminal wants are his face to be seen repeatedly, and his element of surprise/control to be ruined by a child who confronts fear. • Make glancing orange eye contact each time your head turns. Your child’s courageous ability to confront a creep with determined (orange) eye contact sends a powerful, silent message: “I know you are following me. I’m not afraid. ” What If? ” to discuss a creep or criminal’s possible reactions to your child’s orange response to uncomfortable, rapid closeness.

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Aïkido: Fondamental by Tissier C.

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