Walking and Jogging Safety Tips

by pepp2275 on July 15, 2012

A female student jogging in the same park in San Diego area a few months before the Chelsea King incident, was tackled along the trail that winds around lake. Later, this student identified her attacker as the same guy arrested for the murder of Chelsea King. “I thought he was going to rape me,” the student said of the overweight man who tackled her. “So I told him he would have to kill me first.”

Walking and Jogging Safety

What ensued was the raw determination of a women who was hell bent on saving her life. The attacker got all the adrenaline pumped fighting fury from the student jogger, including an elbow strike to the nose. This elbow shot made the attacker pause long enough for the student to get away.

In less time than it takes to learn CPR, you can master the vital basic self defense skills necessary to defend yourself, just like the Colorado Springs, student who came home to San Diego for a visit…and a jog. The video link below will show you how to execute an elbow strike for Walking and Jogging Safety.

What are you willing to fight for? Your power is in the Decision.

Here is a short video on Elbow Strikes

Basic Self Defense with an Elbow Strike

More to come on Basic and Advance Safety Tips for Walkers and Joggers. Here is a new Pepper Spray unit for added personal safety to joggers, walkers and hikers as well.

MACE™ JOGGER PEPPER SPRAY for those on the run!

Carries in hand with the Velcro-like strap.

The PEPPER SPRAY JOGGER model is ideal for sports and outdoor activities such as running, walking or hiking. You can carry it on your keychain, fasten it with the belt clip or have it in hand with the Velcro-like strap.

The Pepper Mace Spray Jogger Model contains 18 grams of pepper spray (2% oleoresin capsicum), enough for ten to twenty short bursts, with an effective range of 8 to 12 feet. The unit features a a flip-top safety cap to prevent accidental discharge.

• Effects: Upon direct contact with eyes, respiratory system and mucous membranes, the active ingredients in the pepper spray will cause eyes to slam shut, coughing, and an intense burning sensation to the skin. Effects should lessen in approximately 45 minutes.

• Safety: Strong Irritant. Keep out of reach of children. Contents under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate. Upon exposure, follow the first aid instructions that were included with your pepper spray.

• Storage: Store your Pepper Spray in cool dry area away from heat, flame or strong light. Use with adequate ventilation. Do not store it in an environment where the temperature may exceed 120 degrees F (50 degrees C) such as an enclosed vehicle. The Pepper Spray cartridge may leak from over pressurization and fail to function properly. Do not store unit in a cold environment under 32 degrees F (0 degrees C). This may cause depressurization and the loss of effective range.

Pepper Spray Protection Here for Walkers, Joggers, Hikers

FREE BOOK BONUS

With any Pepper Spray Purchase on this site you will receive by email a copy of my book “Self Defense for Life”, absolutely free. This book is full of basic self defense moves that can make the critical difference in your protection. By familiarizing yourself with a few good simple physical moves, you can help reduce your anxiety over the possibility of an attack and enable yourself to deal more effectively with aggression if threatened. Be Safe.

 

 

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