5/30/2011 3:30pm, #51
No one said recommendations are bad many of us said they do not answer the questions asked. If I ask you for your legal credentials and you give me letters of recommendations you didn't answer my question. It is worse when you are avoiding questions while saying "if you were in my circles," "you must be local," and "everything else is private."
5/30/2011 3:32pm, #52Falling for Judo since 1980
"You are wrong. Why? Because you move like a pregnant yak and talk like a spazzing 'I train UFC' noob." -DCS
5/30/2011 6:04pm, #53
I don't think he and Ayoob have ever crossed paths.
5/30/2011 8:59pm, #54
Oh well, maybe next time! I could go into my closet right now and pull out a bunch of thank you letters and certs for teaching classes! But in reality they mean nothing!! They are handed out like candy! That's why I love bullshido!!
5/31/2011 3:15pm, #55
5/31/2011 4:09pm, #56
I would like to stress to anyone reading this thread or thinking of doing anything along these lines. Most of these "sytems" of combat are all the same they say "we have taken out all the fluff." "Our system has been proven effective by LEO or MIL." If this was the case then that system just like dick extension pills would be used by everyone and we would all be walking around with the ability to kick each others ass with a huge cock.
LEO and military are just like everyone else on the planet. Only through continued training and dedication can an LEO or military personel hope to gain a profiecentcy in HTH JUST LIKE EVERY OTHER NORMAL HUMAN THAT WALKS THE FUCKING PLANET.Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.
5/31/2011 5:16pm, #57
This looks like the classic attempt to build some "internet cred" to support some sort of H2H/Seminar/Training business.
1) Understand what stress does to the body. From this we can develop counter-strategies.
2) Learn how to tactically breathe.
3) Use gross motor movements
4) Train scenarios as much as possible for innoculation purposes.
Theres been plenty of developments in Tactical/LE combatives, the issue (as it has always been) is how you schedule and pay for (overtime) in-service training often enough to do any good. One or two seminars a year is not going to cut it. Most departments won't have the manpower or money to have 2-3 day a week training sessions, or be willing to deal with all the workman comp claims that are bound to come when coppers get injured in training. If you want to see proficient DT trained cops they will just have to go out and get training on their own. It's the same thing with fitness. A yearly PT test or a few mandated exercise sessions a year is not going to do squat. You have to take responsibility for your own training.
5/31/2011 5:32pm, #58
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I think he got the hint.....he has not responded back yet. After looking at his video I was not impressed in any way. He uses a lot of big fancy words during his seminar but the techniques he shows won't actually work on the streets. You can't say a technique is going to work unless it is tested under stress of going against a live resistant opponent.
I have had this argument on several forums with these reality based martial art individuals. You ask them if they spar and they will tell you they can't spar because of injuries that could occur. Well how in the hell do know if it works if you don't spar.
People want to take the easy way out and train just by only doing techniques on each other with no resistance and call it a day. They feel good about themselves and have this false sense of confidence until they meet some dude that beats their ass. Then they ask themselves "How did I fail?"
6/01/2011 3:57pm, #59
Bah...I will not beat this dead horse further. I need to go make a sammich!
6/10/2011 12:42pm, #60
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- Rhineland Pfalz, Der Vaderland
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Xiao Ao Jiang Hu Zhi Dong Fang Bu Bai (Laughing Proud Warrior Invincible Asia) Dark Emperor of Baji!!!
Didn't anyone ever tell him a fat man could never be a ninja
You can't practice Judo just to win a Judo Match! You practice so that no matter what happens, you can win using Judo!The key to fighting two men at once is to be much tougher than both of them.