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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    I'm not arguing for dirty tricks, but what I am interested in is how our side of this argument trains to deal with them.
    I haven’t done this but here is an idea. When sparring have everyone wearing head gear and allow holding onto the head gear, this would simulate hair pulling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronin69
    I think the two things that shoud be stressed in "self defence" session are armed and multiple attackers.
    yup

    no warm up is a bad idea though

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    You don't get a chance to warm up on the street...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronin69
    You don't get a chance to warm up on the street...
    Not warming up in practice in no way prepares you for not warming up on the street. And adrenalin will make up for no warm up on the street.

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    what exactly are you thinking of doing that you need to warm up for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronin69
    what exactly are you thinking of doing that you need to warm up for?
    Sorry I don’t understand the question, could you rephrase it please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by STR33T GUY
    Sorry I donít understand the question, could you rephrase it please?
    It means what mystical, gravity-defying, one hit kill technique do you plan on using on the street that you need to warm up before you execute it?
    Regardless, that doesn't change the fact that kickboxing is commonly known as fighting while grappling simply isn't. - Osiris

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    Roy Harris has a great article on street fighting: Street Fighting, Part One -- Registration Required, but if you don't already have an login, you suck.

    He places high important on weapon and multiple assailant training as well, but covers many other important points.

    That reminds me, what does the JKD and Straight Blast crowd do for self defense?

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    We warm up to workout, because we will be pushing our bodies beyond the normal limits, doing more throws, more rolling, kicking higher, punching more, etc.
    In a fight, we should be able to execute our chosen moves from every angle, at any moment, regardless of how "limber" we are.
    And adrenaline will only get you so far, and in some cases, works against you.

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    The only SD specific thing we do is occasionally our coach will whip out a training knife with no warning during sparring. And sometimes he hires homeless people to ambush us on the way out of the gym...

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