You Don’t Fight Where You Train

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         1. The environment effects how you should fight Martial artists spend a lot of time experimenting to find skills and techniques that work in a real fight. Generally, they argue if the technique works against a resisting opponent of various skill levels then it should be used for self-defense. However, that […]

Self defense starts with your mindset

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1. Mindset is most important for self-defense When I began training in brazilian jiu-jitsu I was told mindset is important to being a successful athlete. Again in guided chaos I was advised that your mindset is critical to defending yourself. Initially this is strange for people to hear because if you can’t perform physically you […]

Self-defense isn’t that serious? A new way of understanding martial arts

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1. Self-defense requires serious preparation Historically martial arts have created great fighters that are fast, strong and powerful. In MMA competition martial artists have found a new venue in which to practice their techniques against other skilled fighters. These are conditioned athletes who are well trained, pain resilient and mentally tough. Therefore, martial artists spend years […]