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Just knowing how to fend off an assault will make you feel stronger and safer, according to a University of Oregon study. To get the skills you need, take a self-defense class or at the very least master a basic knee-to-groin strike [shown]. “This move sends the other person’s head forward and hips back, weakening his stance,” says personal trainer and third-degree black belt Jennifer Cassetta, creator of the DVD set Stilettos and Self-Defense.
How to do it: Grab one of your attacker’s shoulders or his shirt and forcefully raise your knee toward his groin as you pull him toward you. Poke him in the eyes or elbow him in the face, and run away as fast as you can.
Get stronger and sexier than you ever thought possible by conquering one or more of these 8 fitness feats
Get stronger and sexier than you ever thought possible by conquering one or more of these 8 fitness feats.