We Want the Dominant Response to be to Take Care of Yourself, Protect Yourself

Randy Monroe offers self defense classes. He calls it a "mix of education and technique, discussing a variety of situations and scenarios. Monroe hits on 5 areas: avoidance, reaction, escape, reporting an attack and recovery after the fact. He says the success of his program lies in the amount of practice." 

Monroe says, "Doing it once or twice is not going to make it a habitual response. We want the dominant response to be to take care of yourself, protect yourself. The only way that this happens is through repetition, repetition and more repetition."

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