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This is pretty much a copy-paste from my answer on another similar question. It is very relevant for the OP here as well. How to be a fighter without being a murderer? You should not give this any concern in a real-life situation. You neutralize the attacker, and no more. If there are multiple attackers, you should be excessive on the first so that he ...


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Training should be progressive for ALL students. A basic outline for training, with each step starting slow and progressively increasing speed: solo air training to learn movements dummy training, for example with striking bags prearranged partner exercises to develop reactions sparring Skipping straight to sparring is an invitation to trouble. And if ...


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First off, consider therapy. I know that it's not exactly martial arts advice, but it sounds like you've undergone a great deal of trauma and frankly, us just giving you training advice would be like giving cadence tips to a runner with a broken leg. You have been damaged and you need a qualified medical professional to help you with that damage. Past that, ...


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Disclaimer: I am a male and wasn't in the same situation but i want you to give some advice. I did 5 diffrent martial arts myself and found it quit hard not to confuse arts of the same type (e.g striking arts). Also i had problems working on Wing chun foottwork, which is quit diffrent from the Kickboxing footwork, which i learnt before. And for this i have ...


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The best way to fight is always by "without fighting". Negotiate and talk your way through because your ultimate aim is not getting yourself (or your friends) hurt. If you have the option to run/escape, do so! Is it ok to break someone's arm (it won't kill him) if you are given the opportunity ? (Through a submission or something.). In the country ...



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