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I think the mistake most people make when thinking about “the Karate Man vs. The Boxer” is the venue in which they imagine the contest.
Stevie B wrote:That is a really good explanation of real life in my opinion... Point on!! And if they have some Wrestling, Judo, or Ju Jitsu background after that it would mean real trouble..
At the same time, the rules of the comp and how hard the comp also ingrain the type of action/reaction one will have in a self defense situation.
I just think that if one is going to talk/think about self defense, there are really very few feedback mechanisms better than an honest resisting sparring partner/opponent. How brutally honest the feedback is determined by the types of parameters one wants to set to the test (in agreement with the partner/opponent).
I have found through training with Ju Jitsu instructors that they find it very uncomfortable to hold on to someone grinding a Shoken or Hiraken into nerves and vital spots..Or even Sokusens if yours hands are tied...
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