Evidence has shown that wrist grabs are a common precursor to an attack on women and are extremely common in other passive forms of violence, such as being grabbed on the dance floor or an awkward situation at the office party. Regardless of the situation, most people instinctively pull the wrist back as an automatic flinch response. If you practice this with a partner with a strong grip you will notice this is not effective.
This first video will show you an effective way to escaping all wrist grabs. It is based on understanding the positioning of the attackers thumb and using body motion and physics to simply break away.
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