Here ya go. I don't know! Youse women seem to be able to get away with everything these days. If a man said something to that affect about women, he'd be pigeonholed as being sexist.I don't know if it's because I'm female
One becomes better at VSD or self defense with practice
To me, pacifism, or appeasement is stupid.Pacifism can trigger unspeakable violence in some sick, distorted minds.
Not sure what category the following comes under, but I once defused a situation by saying “Why are you so p!ssed off at me for?” right as soon as the interview began. It wasn’t non-committal because I was very focused, yet [I think ] my presentation was both non-aggressive and non submissiveThe way one's tongue wags under the kick of the cocktail, will give the assailant a perception of "aggressive response" _ " submissive response" __ or "noncommittal response"
In Uechi-ryu karate, we learn how to deflect a strike. We must also learn to deflect the attitude rather than meeting it head-on.Mas Ayoob explains that criminals have twisted values, they consider normal people as their natural prey and resent any incursion on what they consider their God-given right to attack them.
A fighting technique to be also mastered. If you are approached with a 100% committed attitude, you are going down, VSD or no, and you can’t wriggle out of it no matter what.The VSD balance is a very precarious one, not ineffective, but not that easy to manipulate under extreme stress, and prone to many tactical errors.
This is common sense. VSD is terminology for trying to bullsh!t your way out of a fight, but at some point it is better to shut the mouth and focus on what's coming. However what I was thinking of with my prior post is that somehow TC training and VSD training don't mix together -- To me, anyway.VSD good? Sure, but it will get you killed sometimes when you have to fight, not waste your time talking and allow the enemy to gain a tactical advantage.
Smart man. 200# behind a fist hurts a lot more than 100# behind a fist.I've never been in a fight in my adult life.
Question is how do you reconcile the two without becoming confused and stunned by the event under the fear of the moment. The longer you hesitate, the deeper your grave is being dug in some local cemetery.
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