5 Self-Defense Tips from IMPACT Boston

In this Work It Out, Boston video, Alexa Pozniak pays a visit to IMPACT Boston to learn how to respond effectively in the moment of threat and to end an altercation as quickly and safely as possible.
In this Work It Out, Boston video, Alexa Pozniak pays a visit to IMPACT Boston to learn how to respond effectively in the moment of threat and to end an altercation as quickly and safely as possible. –Scott LaPierre / The Boston Globe

This February, after a review of federal statistics at 22 of the largest campuses in the Boston area, The Boston Globe reported that “forcible sex offenses’’ rose by 40 percent between 2008 and 2012—the highest level in a decade.

Whether you’re a college student or not, it’s important to be aware of the risks of sexual assault and to arm yourself with the awareness and knowledge of how to defend yourself in case of an attack. Approximately 1 in 5 women in the United States has been assaulted while in college.

In this Work It Out, Boston video, Alexa Pozniak pays a visit to IMPACT Boston to learn how to respond effectively in the moment of threat and to end an altercation as quickly and safely as we can.

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