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Rycanto 08-07-2008 05:59 PM

Real World Self Defense
 
This clip has been around for a while but I always get a good laugh from it:
Self Defense: Untold Techniques the Gracie Family are afraid to reveal

There's just so much awesomeness in this clip. I love the stuff at the end.

pauly_j 08-07-2008 06:04 PM


Zemelya 08-08-2008 02:45 PM

that shit is golden, thank you very much for posting... I like that they covered everything from awesome TD defense to superior low-kicks

xeberus 08-10-2008 09:50 PM




Use this technique on anyone in the world. Forget finding waldo or jesus if you find someone who survives this, all you have to do is use it again.

:thumb02:

sove 08-10-2008 10:00 PM

I love the finger in the throat. When I was a teen in karate class, the sensei (I think he was 6th degree black belt in ishinryu) asked for a volunteer to demonstrate a pressure point, the one in the video. As he pressed his finger into that spot on my upper chest he said, "now watch his face." That was all I needed to hear. I decided that no matter how bad it hurt, I was going to try to avoid showing any pain. It hurt, but I kept a straight face, not moving a muscle. He kept pressing until his finger felt like it was halfway down the inside of my rib cage. I didn't budge so he finally gave up and took another volunteer. Lesson: you can't count on pressure points, even against a 14 year old.

joppp 08-11-2008 05:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sove (Post 635217)
I love the finger in the throat. When I was a teen in karate class, the sensei (I think he was 6th degree black belt in ishinryu) asked for a volunteer to demonstrate a pressure point, the one in the video. As he pressed his finger into that spot on my upper chest he said, "now watch his face." That was all I needed to hear. I decided that no matter how bad it hurt, I was going to try to avoid showing any pain. It hurt, but I kept a straight face, not moving a muscle. He kept pressing until his finger felt like it was halfway down the inside of my rib cage. I didn't budge so he finally gave up and took another volunteer. Lesson: you can't count on pressure points, even against a 14 year old.

Nice how you literally stood up to your karate teacher.

(Correction: you can't rely on preassure points, especially not against a heroin addicted maniac with a knife who is trying to kill you :thumb02: He wouldn't feel a thing...)

Krav Maga + MMA is a better alternative (Krav Maga for dirty fighting and anti weapon tactics and MMA for being used to getting hit and getting physical with other, potentially stronger human beings).

browncow 08-11-2008 07:56 AM

Handlebar McMoustache says: "...and the WHOLE KICK is in the ankle."

Cro Cop take note!


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