Self Defense Training
If nothing happens, is that a good thing? Or as the old saying goes, close only counts in darts and horseshoes - right? How about when it comes to your personal safety? Do we ever really know how close a close call really is? Sometimes when nothing happens, it's a good thing.
Hear what happened to one young lady recently as told to us by the founder and President of the Diamond Arrow Group, Kelly Sayre:
Her name is Amy Robbins, and she'll never forget what happened to her while she was out for a run by herself in 2015. Like many of you, running was a normal part of her routine, and she felt safe on a route that was familiar to her. Then her situation quickly changed, and now personal safety it what she is all about.
WHAT HAPPENED? The sad and alarming Sarah Everard story continues to have an impact worldwide. Everard never made it home on March 3. She was walking along a well-lit London...
You're enjoying a great run. You're in "the zone." You're lost in your own world.
You keep going, but then you find yourself isolated, becoming further away from others with each stride you take. What happens if someone confronts you? What if someone suddenly approaches? Would you be able to protect yourself? Are you prepared?
It's best to prepare yourself before you leave your house with an effective non-lethal weapon.
What are the best options for non-lethal women's running safety gear? The choices for female safety devices include pepper sprays, batons, tasers, knives, alarms, and a variety of stun devices...