- katate dori nikkyo - easy to do and enables a quick escape
- tenchi-nage (with palm strike to chin/nose)
- kote-gaeshi (gets you out of way and always option to break wrist)
- ikkyo (especially from rear chokes - a very common attack on women).
- katate dori sankyo (going under arm rather than into ikkyo first- very simple)
- how to do a simple rear choke
- irimi-nage (with choke/neck break to finish)
- yokomen uchi attack to neck (may need to develop strength for this)
- palm strike to nose/chin
- punch to jaw (vertical fist)
- punch to solar plexus(vertical fist/single knuckle)
- kick to groin/knee
-moving off centre-line
- extension excercises (just extending against partner)
Most of these techniques can be effective very quickly, espcially if done viciously. Military self-defence tactics usually focus on striking the neck as hard and as many times as possible until they are down and then kicking them in the temple.
I feel it is a shame leaving sokumen irimi nage out since it is such a useful technique, however I think it can take some time to learn.