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In street altercation be sure to always try and avoid the situation all together. Street fights are unpredictable and can escalate fast, not to mention unforeseen 3rd party involvement. Even the most highly trained martial artist must always try to avoid any and all street altercations. If you cannot avoid the situation and must choose to defend yourself be sure to get in a sideways position and keep at a safe distance by using the frame. If you don't know how to frame please find the link to the frame tutorial below. When in frame position move back so as to give your attacker the chance to change his mind and walk away. Staying in a sideways position will not only make you harder to hit it will also allow you to be ready to fire far more quickly. Lastly it is always smart to use your words and try and defuse the situation. Unfortunately this is not always possible. How to Frame https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNbkEJPZ3LA
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