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Yup yup just rehearse the moves in your head and it is 99% as productive as normal practice. That 1% won't matter at all really I ain't scared of 1% ya know. Reference from shadow warrior the art of the butterfly.
You should really never ever be taken down. Train well and hell if it still don't work you should keep your martial art but adopt better grab defence.
This is from fa jing, grappler focused combat. Never grapple a seasoned grappler that's always his game. But a dim mak stun or knockout will set up a grapple for your style. Stick with your strengths. Also very important, pick an object you see a lot. Every time you see it in your peripheral vision as fast as you possibly can do a silent one syllable ...
Good armor will protect the user against a lot throws. The protection is provide not only from impact resistance of the armor, but also the additional mass, and size the armor gives to the body. Multiple that by two if both are in armor. By way of example, and speaking somewhat generally: The arm cannon (forearm, elbow & upper arm as one piece) will ...
the team with all its fighters knocked down loses. Sounds like judo would be a good choice indeed. Everything in the first video suggests that the decisive portion of the fight was most frequently in the clinch, but still at arms length. Judo and SAMBO, being jacket wrestling arts, are ideally suited for this range of combat. From the video, it appeared ...
You pull their wrists down after doing that your chin shoots down to your chest whilst your shoulder shoot up. You can then start to take their hooks out if you are on the ground if standing up hip throw.
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