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Mar
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reviewed No Action Needed How can one practice well alone?
Mar
10
reviewed Approve attack tag wiki excerpt
Mar
10
reviewed Approve hema tag wiki
Mar
10
reviewed Approve How can one practice well alone?
Mar
9
comment Starting off in HEMA without joining a club
This post is a fine example of good subjective.
Mar
9
comment How to escape from a sankyo grip?
@TonyD: I think the self defence tag would make this question too broad. Should the self defense tag be burninated?
Mar
9
comment How to escape from a sankyo grip?
I have done this technique on people fully resisting and with close fists. It is not pretty but tenkai kote hineri does work just fine. You do need balance breaking. A lot of balance breaking.
Mar
9
comment How to escape from a sankyo grip?
Comments are neither for discussion nor for answering questions!
Mar
9
comment What are the best techniques to fight with a heavier and stronger rival
If you say This is also too broad a question to realistically answer. then you should not answer the question but vote to close.
Mar
8
revised How to escape from a sankyo grip?
edited tags
Mar
8
revised How to escape from a sankyo grip?
tags update
Mar
8
comment How to escape from a sankyo grip?
When we do tenkai toke hineri, uke's hand is rotated towards their arm pit with the elbow high. In that position, putting your forehead to the back of your hand would require some amazing flexibility. I'll give it a try next time I train! Thanks.
Mar
8
comment How to escape from a sankyo grip?
@avi: No... Maybe... Yes... With ifs you can put Paris in a bottle. ^_~
Mar
8
answered How to escape from a sankyo grip?
Mar
8
revised How to escape from a sankyo grip?
Formatting, correct video link to specified time, and got ride of irrelevant speculations.
Mar
7
revised Where can I find statistics on attack modalities?
Links rendered properly.
Mar
7
comment Where can I find statistics on attack modalities?
This "Data has been gathered from a Home Office study group formed to investigate violence within modern society." However, there is no link to said study, its findings, or anything but vague references to it. Furthermore "Therefore when defending yourself, Show No Mercy." shows a candid attitude to the law in the UK. Just because you are attacked, does not give you carte blanche.
Mar
4
reviewed Approve Taekwondo tornado kick defense
Mar
4
revised Solo martial art learning
Formatting.
Mar
3
comment How to properly initiate or use karate( any style that uses the beginning blocks since they're actually grappling techniques)grappling techniques
Is katapedia your own site?