objects as improvised weapons of self-defense: Jacket vs. knife, Part II
A knife-wise attacker can make five or more knife stabs or cuts in one second, each to a different body part, and can maintain that intensity for a few seconds. (By knife-wise I mean an attacker who knows about attacking with knives, not necessarily a highly trained knife-fighter.)
The video above presents the concept of slowing down the armed hand with a piece of clothing and using the cloth to lessen the likelihood of being severely cut when grabbing the armed hand. At the instance the cloth is draped over the armed hand, it gives you some protection against getting cut. More about using a piece of clothing to defend yourself is in Self-Defense Tip #71 Everyday objects as improvised weapons of self-defense: Jacket vs. knife, Part II at any of the techniques mentioned above is your sole responsibility.
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