No matter where you travel, it’s a good idea to carry certain items with you — just in case. Today, Jason Hanson gives a list of those items plus five ways to conceal them in plain sight.
In a recent edition of the Weekly Drop, a reader asked about how to execute a zip tie escape if your hands are bound behind you. In the following article, Jeff Anderson does a great job of breaking down his escape method step by step.
Earlier this week I stopped by Harry to show Harry Connick Jr. and his teenage daughter four basic self-defense moves anyone can do. While these four maneuvers are powerful, there’s another tri-part tactic you should have in your back pocket — one that’s so deadly I couldn’t show it on television. Check it out.
Previously, we ran this article in three parts, but after the horrific events in Las Vegas on Sunday night, I want to make sure each and every one of you has access to this information in one place so you’ll be as prepared as you can be for next time. Because there will be a next time.
If you’re taken hostage, the first 30 minutes are the most critical. Should you ever find yourself in a hostage situation, here are six things you can do to survive that first half hour — and hopefully make it home to your loved ones unharmed.
Looking for an innovative, low-cost way to expand your cache of emergency supplies? Then look no further. Our friends at 4Patriots offer up several suggestions on how to turn a humble garbage bag into the Swiss army knife of survival gear.
In his 25-plus years of experience in the protection business, Tom Lavin has developed multiple ways to communicate with clients and other agents in an emergency. Today, he’ll show you how to converse covertly if the situation warrants silent signaling.
Damian Ross has an impressive résumé. He has earned three black belts in various martial arts, placed in international competitions and worked as a bouncer, security agent and private contractor. See what he has to say about how most crimes of violence begin — and the best way to avoid them altogether.
If you’re assaulted in a confined area — without a firearm — and you have no choice but to fight back, then you need to overwhelm your attacker with force. In other words, you should perform this specific attack with everything you’ve got.