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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberduck
    Did you train KM in Combat Academy of Finland?
    That place looks really realistic. They put their heads thru the wall as they train.

  2. #32

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    Alright, I know this probably counts as "thread necromancy", but as there doesn't seem to be much else in the line of discussion of Haganah...

    Those who have experience with Haganah, I keep hearing that their clinch ("POR") techniques are good techniques. I also read that some things look like Muay Thai. Are the POR techniques just Muay Thai clinchwork? If so, it'd seem to make more sense to just go to a MT gym and learn it straight than buy this guy's $300 dvd set...

    But maybe I"m wrong, and these POR are something I wouldn't find elsewhere?

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    While there is a lot of MT influence only the center POR is from MT. I have not seen these anywhere else.

  4. #34

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    Maybe I'll have to check that out- what specific dvd has the better part of the POR's?

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    The 3dvd set covers them. If you go straight to them actually try them with a partner keeping in mind to keep doing damage. they are a decision point not a stopping point. this is for legal reasons concerning use of force ie the ability to choose the appropiate level.

  6. #36

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Anyone near the baltimore area that has the dvd's/wants some training partners?

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