Video : How to Shut Down a Good Puncher (a gross motor movement strategy)

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How to Deal With Guys Blocking You

Some Applied Psychology tips for guys into Pick Up/ Pua

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“Time Slowed Down” The Shorthand Your Brain Operates in Emergency Scenarios

“Time Slowed Down” The Shorthand Your Brain Operates in Emergency Scenarios The main premise of this post is that over intellectualisation is the bane of good training and effective self protection because it hampers clear and decisive action. The mindset you are in when analysing/researching/ forum hopping and youtube surfing for techniques couldnt be further…

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How to Beat the Combatives Practitioner

Hey So its been a good week here in Kuala Lumpur. I got to shoot a new DVD answering questions from a couple of long term clients and really got a chance to get really deep into what the Core Game Plan is and how we can use it. The DVD was shot at my…

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Why we need to learn “Control and Restraint” techniques

Ok, so you might not be a policeman. And you do not secretly harbour desires to try out nightclub security. Nor do you wish to be a psychiatric nurse. But I would still argue, whether folding people up like the proverbial deckchair is your job or not everyone must study and develop “control and restraint”…

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matta slo mo

Mata Security Guard SUPER Slo Mo

Untitled from STREETFIGHTSECRETS on Vimeo.

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What to do if lapel grabbed from front with bent arms

  So of all the ways of getting grabbed by someone the way shown in this video is the easiest one to deal with and as for people into combatives the response should be instinctual and immediate. But there are other ways of being grabbed by ways that are totally common in the street that…

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BJJ Joke on Simpsons

I got this from the youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/TheJudoMMA which has some wicked highlight clips – lots of trad Judo techniques in MMA fights like this one…

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“On Biting”

It came up in a recent blog post on Neal Martins “CombativeMind.com” – someone brought up biting. I wrote in response to their post: “you wrote: “Biting, yeah, again – intent changes everything, not even addressing blood-borne exposure. Also, continuing until the threat stops can be a reverser as well. While it’s prudent to do…

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4 ways to instill panic

“4 ways to instill panic in an attacker”

“ There is a saying that I’m fond of: “Amateurs fight bodies. Professionals fight minds.” Effective self defence is not all about how much bodily damage you can inflict on an attacker. It is also about how much damage you can inflict on them psychologically. Without the will to back it up, the body is…

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