You might Pick Up A Few Tips & Hints From This Guy.

You might Pick Up A Few Tips & Hints From This Guy.

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    Post You might Pick Up A Few Tips & Hints From This Guy.

    Take It To The Street...Bong Bong Bong - Bang-it-ta Bang-it-ta Bang!



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    The front kicks against a knife as demonstrated at 1:18, can also be used to buy time to draw.
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    He says he worked for years as a bouncer. I believe he could do the job, but has wasted his talents for bouncer pay!
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    I love it, but how do I do it from a wheelchair ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownsbacker View Post
    I love it, but how do I do it from a wheelchair ?
    Start with a .357
    Even sitting in a wheel chair you can probably bring someone to their knees if you can use your forearms.

    But, start with the .357 or OC if you are merciful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guantes View Post
    The front kicks against a knife as demonstrated at 1:18, can also be used to buy time to draw.
    He has some kick boxing training tapes which my instructor sometimes plays when he wants to give me a cardio workout.

    Nice video (s) and thanks to QK for posting.

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    Big sign on wheelchair " Don't screw with me I carry ".

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    Good stuph!
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    Bas Rutten seems to be a good guy. He is very funny. I have some of his CDs, DVDs. I have used his stuff to help me with bag work.
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    I already know how to kick someone in the groin, which seems to be a basis of his fighting style.

    He does seem to know his stuff pretty well though.
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    Looks like he knows a good bit of taijutsu as well

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    In the first few seconds I thought it was a Joke Vid but, it turned out to be worthwhile and worth the watching.

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    He definately knows how to hurt people. Although I'd never hire him to bounce for me. I bounced for three years at a college bar and never spilled a drop of blood.

    Like the old saying: "When your only tool is hammer, everything looks pretty much like a nail"
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    He definately holds your attention with the Bong Bong Bong and other antics.

    Looks like he does pretty well for himself with the tools he has.
    Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farronwolf View Post
    He definately holds your attention with the Bong Bong Bong and other antics.

    Looks like he does pretty well for himself with the tools he has.

    If you watch thoughtfully, there is some interesting use of small circle and other jujitsu which adds technique to the otherwise very physical approach which is basically pound the other dude. The move he showed for removing a choke to your throat by stepping under and attacking the wrist is more subtle than just flailing away with kicks to the privates, and it is somewhat joyful when you pull it off in the gym (easily learned) and are standing there with the ability to bring the opponent to his knees with just a minor effortless turn of your own wrists, while at the same time the opponent is open to some kicks.

    As physical as this all looks, there is a lot of really interesting stuff going on. I play with it 3 hours a week and believe me I'm way too old for reliance on sheer strength and agility.

    I liked the part where he put his knee to the elbow while executing an arm bar. That would be a sure fight stopper if you don't lose your grip on the wrist.

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