Control point pressure tactic. If someone tries
to take you somewhere by grabbing your arm, hand, hair or any other part of you,
they can be persuaded otherwise with this control point pressure tactic. Plus, a
link to a control point pressure tactic interactive tutorial.
The following is a simple control point pressure
tactic that is quick and easy to learn, and will help you to break a grip that
someone has on you. If you ever have someone grab you and try to make you go
somewhere with him or her, try this:
Place four fingertips of your strongest hand, on
the bottom side of the grabbing wrist – along their wrist, not across.
Your fingers should be right on top of the grabber’s visible blood vessels.
At the same time, place the thumb across the
wrist, but on the other side. If the grabber is wearing a watch, your thumb
will cover the time. Now, the only thing left to do is press very hard,
gripping with the tips of your fingers. Use your thumb on the back for leverage.
This control point pressure tactic weakens the grip and makes it easier for you
to break free.
Try this control point pressure tactic on
Fingers up and down ways.
Thumb across on the other side.
Grip with just enough pressure to get the idea.
The gripped hand should feel as if the blood has
stopped flowing. It should also feel a little numb.
I have used this pressure point tactic in what I
call "mildly aggressive situations," with great success (yes, people
like me so much that they don’t like to leave without me).
In short: If you are grabbed by someone,
use the above control point pressure tactic to help break their grip. Put four
fingers on one side and your thumb on the other. Then pull, twist, and shake
until the grip is broken.
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