An intimidating person

If you are a chubby out-of-shape guy with a beer-gut and flabby biceps, you’re not going to hit a 10 on the intimidation factor, but if you use the other intimidation techniques on this list, you could still come close. Tattoos shout alternative, unpredictable and perhaps even dangerous, if for no other reason than that the person has already demonstrated a willingness to endure pain to achieve their objective of getting the tattoos in the first place.So the truth is, if you want to prepare yourself for a possible emergency situation, or you want to have a career as an MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) fighter, preparation begins long before your first altercation.They expect you to emit a cry, a sob, a whimper, or perhaps even a submission. Some people say, “I believe in an eye for an eye.” A person utilizing pain amplification would say, “I believe in an eye for two eyes.” Your objective is to give more pain than you receive, to do more damage than you endure and to induce more doubt and fear than you experience. If you maintain your cool, they could be the ones losing their confidence and becoming less prepared, measured and decisive.

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First, it takes a sense of courage and confidence to issue such a determined sound into the typical meek conflagration of unobtrusive sounds. Second, a yell, roar, snarl, or perhaps even a growl, is likely to be unexpected by your opponent and if you do it with confidence, the move can plant the seeds of doubt in their mind, if it doesn’t unnerve them completely. They must have the upper-hand, since they’re not even taking me seriously.

By simply completing the action you should be boosting your courage and confidence and reaffirming your self-belief. How would you feel if you were about to physically engage an opponent and their physical demeanor said, “I want to destroy you as soon as possible” and then they snarled like a rabid wolverine, just waiting to sink their teeth into you. Maybe I’m in over my head.”Will laughing at someone who wants to fight you always help you avoid a fight? Also keep in mind, you can’t laugh like a school girl, or snarl like a Chihuahua, before a fight, just because Logical Spiritualism Intimidation tactics recommends it. You will look like a fool and you’ll actually lose confidence, which is a gain for your opponent. You need to laugh, because it’s amusing someone would have the audacity to fight you and only you know how badly you’re about to hurt that person.

The visual deterrent is so strong that most people have no intention of having a physical confrontation with them.

If you don’t know what type of person this description refers to, look up Brock Lesner or Bill Goldberg on the internet, check their height and weight and ask yourself if these are men you would really enjoy fighting.

Again, self-sacrifice is a secondary tactic, since it would only come into play after a fight has already begun.

An example of self-sacrifice would be head-butting an opponent in the face.

You need to snarl, because you’re letting your inner animal out of its cage and it’s about to take someone’s head off. Sure, no list of intimidating factors would be complete without the simple truth of a person’s appearance.

If you are a slight, frail-looking individual, opponents are probably not going to be intimidated.

Logical Spiritualism Intimidation tactics are only intended for use when violence and direct physical conflict cannot be avoided.

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