In Kravolution’s Basic Curriculum, “preventing chokes” is the first explicit example of “timeline” and decision-making. Generally, timeline refers to when an attack is recognized and defended, evaded, or avoided. Decision-making involves choice, choosing the best defense against an imminent attack.
Chokes are among the most dangerous of assaults. Cutting off air can lead to passing out or death. Also, the attacker is likely larger and stronger than thevictim of the assault. Surviving these attacks requires quickdecision-making and precise and effective