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What Muay Thai Move Is Best for Knife Defense?

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Great perspective on how one martial artist would react against a bladed.  He said that he is not attached to any specific technique or style.  Nice conversation.  

Key Takeaways:

  • Detach yourself from a style.
  • Footwork and mobility creates opportunity.
  • Focus on what works – consider psychological effects and commonalities.

“”I’m not a really big fan of picking moves from styles to counter anything because I’m not emotionally attached to any style””

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PANANTUKAN GUY vs PRO BOXER : Boxing Sparring Session

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It is a very good sparring session. For me, personally, the movements look sharp and crisp. It is not an intense sparring session, but both fighters look to be pretty good. They have good strikes and evade well.  They integrate good combinations, and they make sure their head is always moving. There seems to be mutual respect as evident by the smiling at the end.

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KALI SUMBRADA | TECHNIQUE TUESDAY

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Training video for the Filipino Martial Arts, sumbrada drills. Video teaches the basics of the said martial art and demonstrates these moves with a partner while explaining the moves. Sumbrada is a training technique, taken from a latin based word that means shadow.  

Key Takeaways:

  • sumbrada teaches how to counter automatically by building muscle memory.
  • the instructor is showing how to do the move called Sumbrada, meaning shadow
  • “Simplicity of striking is what we are looking for.”
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Defending the Disarm

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The video’s main message is to primarily give an indication of how you should protect yourself in situations when you may need to disarm a potential assailant. There is a clear strategy in order to do so, and it would appear that the strategy is all in the arms and positioning. Initially, you have to provide a diversion before getting the enemy into a Z-lock position. Note that during all of this, the hand with the weapon is down, so being aware of the surroundings is highly important. After that, you get the release, and in valuing your life, try to escape. Then, there are details of the Z-lock given afterwards.

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Jeet Kune Do Training and Sparring

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“In Jeet Kune Do, Bruce Lee’s speed training is broken down into five phases, each of which can be developed independently or as part of a whole. They are At infighting range, you can practice slipping, bobbing, weaving, and short-range blows such as hooks, uppercuts, head butts, and elbow and knee strikes.The jab, like all jeet kune do blows, must be thrust forward without any retracting motion. It is like a snake darting at its prey without warning. Paper Drill.”

Key Takeaways:

  • Many people tried to define JKD as a special style in the past: Bruce Lee’s kung-fu, Bruce Lee’s karate, Bruce Lee’ kickboxing, Bruce Lee’ system for street fighting.
  • To comprehend JKD means to emotionally realize this point. Bruce Lee said: Knowledge in martial arts finally means self-knowledge.
  • The armature looks like the Philippine kali/escrima and in the distance-fight it reminds of the north Chinese kung-fu or savate.

“”Jeet kune do – means way of the intercepted fist – has been developed by Bruce Lee in 1967.””

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EASY Favourite SUBMISSIONS BJJ

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George who is a MMA fighter is showing a move where he has another man between his legs. He is demonstrated a move called the triangle. This looks like a ju Jitsu move that all of the MMA Fighters use. first time around looks like a demo round then the second time the move looks complete and the man has to tap out.

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Bruce Lee with Lightsaber Nunchuks! | Star Wars meets Enter the Dragon

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The video entitled “Bruce Lee with Lightsaber Nunchuks! | Star Wars meets Enter the Dragon” takes a fight seen with Bruce Lee from the movie “Enter the Dragon” and incorporates a Star Wars theme and Star Wars CGI graphics. Mock-touted as the greatest scene ever. Aperture Fight Focused uploaded the video early 2018. As of March 2018 it has roughly 80,000 views.

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How to do a hard knock out kick correctly | Thai Boxing

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A hard kick is a tough thing to do, but much like a punch it takes your whole body. You will want to pivot your body into the kick to bring your full weight into it. Without the pivot it is almost like you are jabbing with your own kick and not adding anything to it. Pivot, position and kick all the way through to put that full pain and pressure into your opponent.

Key Takeaways:

  • To kick harder, practice the motion of turning your leg and waist until it is a fluid motion. You can practice at home with or without a heavy bag.
  • You will need to strengthen your shin to absorb the damage by practicing on an old tire.
  • Practice two to three times a week until your shin hurts and then rest. If it does not hurt then kick harder.

“and some of you ask me about how to kick hard. So, we got a guy to teach us how to kick hard”

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Stealing the knife by Maestro Bong Abenir

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Stealing the knife by Maestro Bong Abenir shows self-defense tactics one can use to disarm an attacker. This video specifically focuses on how to block a knife attack and gain possession of the knife from the attacker. This video will appeal to those with an interest in self-defense, martial arts, combat and other related areas.

Key Takeaways:

  • Try to grab the attacker’s arm to both keep the knife away from you and to attempt to take it
  • Twisting the arm can help build up pressure and release the assailant’s grip on the blade
  • In a real situation anything can happen, so continued training is important to lessen potential damage mistakes can cause

“there is no dialogue in the video”

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413REVIEW: Kali Diaries – The Lady Behind Elektra

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The video is about stick-based fighting and the narrators philosophy behind it and Lauren Mary Kim in the movie Elektra.

He goes on to talk about the movie and the tactics that the movie has. He differentiates staged fighting vs. real fighting as staged fighting is done with art and real fighting is done to get the job done. He then continues to give himself a smack in the face. He shows a clip from the movie Elektra and shows the different attitudes he shared related to the movie.

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