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2Green wrote:You have to stand in front of the mirror and ask yourself " Do I really want to train to break some drunk's leg because he's swinging a bottle at me?"
Do I really want to learn reflexes that could save my life, or my loved ones' life, even if those reflexes put the attacker in a wheelchair for the next 30 years?
JimHawkins wrote:A nice post.
TSDguy wrote:JimHawkins wrote:A nice post.
The more we train and watch MMA, the more we all realize how true your post is. When I first started training, I thought a single punch to the face would easily KO someone. Well that was quickly debunked. I still thought that a full power elbow or knee to the face would destroy someone. Now I know that's not always true either. Hell, in Pride people get their faces stomped on by standing opponents with little to no hope of a bell saving them, and they still don't always lose.
Stryke wrote:all the good chi-sau stuff is there . Uechi is a chinese bridging
These days I call it, "Crash and Bash"...
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