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I was taught Kung-Fu by my brother at the age of 10-16, he had no one else to practice with, needless to say I did not have a choice but to, in doing so, it totally changed my life. He was taught by Master Lu of Salt Lake City, Utah, he by the way still practices today, he's approximately 88 plus yrs. What I found in Kung-Fu was a whole new way of life, it ...


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As others have said, a knockout is typically not the result of a blow to the nose, but to the chin. The brain is basically a loose spongy thing trapped inside your skull. When you receive a hard blow to the head, the brain will hit the inside of your skull – much like when you shake a nut, and you can hear it rattles against the shell. This will ...


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A blow to the nose is no more likely to knock you out than one to anywhere else on the face and head so I'm not sure why you've chosen the nose. There is a much higher chance of knock out by a sideways blow to the chin or straight to base of the skull or temple. A knock out is basically sudden trauma your brain can't deal with. A sideways blow to the chin ...


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This is really simple. Not every impact to the head (whether jaw or nose) knocks someone unconscious. Plenty of soccer players get hit hard by the ball in the face and don't get knocked out. You're more likely to be knocked out if you're weak, if you don't see the impact coming, or if you have a history of being knocked out (that is, people can develop ...


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Go to each school in your area and take a few lessons in each to find the one that you will stick with and agrees with you mentally and physically. Once you start back on that road you will mature and your goals will change.


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Don't use the double mouth guard unless you absolutely have to. It's slightly harder to breath with it. While you won't notice the difference in a 1 or 2 round fight, you'll definitely feel the prolonged effect of oxygen deprivation if you have to fight more than two fights on the same day. As for how often you need to remould it: anytime it feels ...


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Anything you take to better yourself will help with self defense. I train BJJ, Muay Thai, and a little wrestling and in my opinion one of the best martial arts for self defense is Krav Maga. My reason behind this is with BJJ, Boxing, and Wrestling - these are also considered sports. When you train, the focus is not to end the fight as quickly as possible ...


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train in all three. You might like Jeet Kune Do if you have a good instructor near you. Good luck to you in your training.



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