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Erm, I always grapple in the pool, myself.
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haha wtf is a good question ?
Seriously though, there are underwater techniques that the elite learn in the military. It's very different from land fighting obviously, even with the varied terrain.
What I remember seeing is more punching and pushing with the legs. But there really is no need for them, the real reason I believe is just so you get a better "feel" of the water and how to move about
Wait i thought training in water like running from one end if the pool to the other or what ever was for the amount of resistance the water has like a big wet Bow Flex
Edited by - Aceanalog on December 27 2002 15:28:58