Earlier you start acting to prevent a situation easier the technique will be. Completely avoiding the people that might cause you trouble for example requires the least technique.
Avoiding being pincered from both sides would be the next best thing. Essentially have both potential threats in front of you at all...
Best answer: Earlier you start acting to prevent a situation easier the technique will be. Completely avoiding the people that might cause you trouble for example requires the least technique.
Avoiding being pincered from both sides would be the next best thing. Essentially have both potential threats in front of you at all times, and if they start moving to surround you then move as well to keep them in front of you(or if you can just escape out right that would be best). A martial artist would try to line them up actually, since if they are lined up then the person in the back can't attack due to the person in front blocking their line of attacks. This way you can make two on one fight into two one on one fights, latter of which is actually easier.
If you are already caught, then you have already failed in the first two steps and now you are doing damage control. If they grabbed you then they would expect you to start grappling back. So instead you should start lashing out at them with strikes. That could be head butting or stomping on their foot if need be. Once they are starting to think about your strikes and how to defend against it, then you start grappling and try to free yourself from their grasp. When you are grappling back try to remember to use your whole body. Most people get stuck using only their arms to try to free themselves, but if you start moving around and use your legs as well then they could get out of more situations than they think they can.
As far as the actually fighting part is concerned. People train for years to learn to do that correctly, so it's quite unreasonable to learn to do that from something I can write over the web. What I can say is, every action you make should involve your whole body. Your punch shouldn't just be your arms moving, your whole body should be involved. Also shorter the distance from a to b faster you will get to your destination. So if you pull back to punch you are creating more distance, so it's slower than just going forward in more compact motion with your whole body. If you are interested in learning more, I would suggest looking for a place to train.
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