Hand to hand street fighting training?

Discussion in 'Education & Training' started by Oregon Rob, Jan 30, 2017.

  1. Who The F R U

    Who The F R U
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    Be one of eleven white kid's in high school in California.
    Fight the bean fight the burrito.
    4-1 we could usually win.= less beat up then they were.
    You learn alot through AZZ beatings by groups of mexicants'
     
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  2. Caveman Jim

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    EXACTLY!!!:cool:
     
  3. BlackRyder

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    Haven't read the whole thread so forgive me if someone has already mentioned it, Brazilian jujitsu is a good one to check out - it's mostly grappling which would come in handy in an actual street fight- all the heavies on hawaiis north shore practice it, and use it to subdue interlocutors who steal their waves!
     
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  4. Oregon Rob

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    Just a quick update. Started boxing classes will probably add or transition or add BJJ as time permits. Really enjoying the boxing and its one heck of a workout:D
    Krav was just too far away for me.
     
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  5. Guardian 380

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    Feets don't fail me now...
     
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  6. bbbass

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    Kajukenbo, the original MMA. Made for street fighting.

    "Kajukenbo a martial art that combines Western Boxing, Judo, Jujutsu, Kenpo Karate, Eskrima, Tang Soo Do, and Kung Fu."
     
  7. sheepdogs

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    I started Krav a month ago. I like the practical, no nonsense approach. It seems to be a seriously effective program; nothing flashing or 'gentle'. I'm not able to carry at either of my two employers (federal building and university campus in Oregon), so I wanted something else to lean on if needed. I enjoy training to shoot more, but training to survive and protect others is the ultimate goal. Plus, losing a few (tens of) pounds has long-term health benefits.
     
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  8. uscsoldier

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    Where did you end up going
     
  9. Pops1911

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    Don't forget the classic "Kill or Get Killed" by Rex Applegate. That is a book that will convince you that YOU CAN do it.
     
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