Lightning Crouch

A stance that minimises the risk of being struck by lightning, performed by squatting down, tucking the head, covering the ears, and staying on the balls of the feet
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He doesn't preach measures such as "the lightning crouch" because, he said, it just doesn't work.
As a last resort, use the lightning crouch to protect yourself: Squat low to the ground, place your head between your knees and put your hands over your ears.