Backward Breakfall Demo

There are two major risks when falling backward, hitting your head or posting your arms out and injuring your wrists (done that twice, not fun). The backward breakfall serves to protect you from both, first by rolling up towards your shoulders, while keeping the chin tucked in, and second by keeping the arms out wide to prevent the habit of reaching behind you as you fall.

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