By Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog
Here is a situational awareness tip for while in a crowd (or anywhere) and how to avoid looking over your shoulder while still accomplishing the same thing – seeing what would be behind you or out of your field of vision — and avoiding any ‘surprises’.
Instead of looking over your shoulder, position yourself such that your back is against a surface.
When you are standing or sitting (perhaps waiting) within a crowd (or anywhere – regardless of a crowd or not), or while you’re at an event of some sort or waiting for a train, a plane, etc.. you obviously cannot see behind you. You have some peripheral vision, which may be effective out to an angle of 140 or 160 degrees if you are ‘aware’, but that’s about it…