Running and Walking Safety Tips
Always have a buddy. Besides helping to motivate you to get out and walk, having a buddy is empowering. "The odds of you being a victim diminish significantly if you're with others," says Baty. A potential assailant is going to look for an easy target. And two targets are much harder to handle than one.
If you feel threatened, remember "stance" and "voice."First, turn toward your assailant, and face him. Then, strike a firm stance to look powerful and ready:
Feet should be shoulder-width apart.
Put one foot ahead of the other.
Keep your toes pointed forward, knees slightly bent, and your weight on the balls of your feet.
Tuck your pelvis under.
Put your hands in front of your face, palms out, fingers spread.
Have the right gear.
PreventionThe Walker's Warehouse
Use your intuition.
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