Sensei Liviu Bădescu, Hanshi 8 DAN, explains how a child can react on the street to an aggression like a punch stroke.
Here’s how to protect a child when attacked on the street to be hit or robbed.
He can respond to such an aggression different from how an adult can defend himself. A child can only use his mind to respond to this type of attack. The steps are as follows:
- Aggression occurs
- I’m getting away
- Let the attack pass by me
- I fix a socket
- I use my physical potential to hit him
- I’m leaving the place of aggression
- I’m asking for help
Watch an example for a self-defense at a punch with Vlad Tuţă, 13 years old, Ramnicu Valcea, Karate-do, and Costin Glavan, 3 Dan Karate-Do.
When a child is assaulted with multiple blows on his head, he can counteract the situation:
- The first attack comes
- I’m off the attack
- I’m out of the attack
- The second attack – I deviate him, I get out of him
- The third attack – I close it, I get up on it, I hit
- Illustration child
Time 1: dodge
Time 2: escape and closure
Time 3: Fix, I rise over attack and hit
I fix the lapel.
I’m leaving the place of aggression.