Not a bullshit school
Kind of a bullshit school
Bullshit school-not recommended by bullshido
Posted On:3/30/2012 3:57pm
Style: Submission Grappling
Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw
So Sumito, if you're still here,
I think that he's gone, I'm surprised that none of the eight instructors listed on the website, aside from Troy, ever showed up here.
Posted On:3/31/2012 7:57pm
Originally Posted by ZenMMA
How to disarm an unarmed attacker - 3 sessions - Special Rate $49.99
Originally Posted by strikistanian
DROP SEIONAGI ************! Except I don't know Judo, so it doesn't work, and he takes my back.
Posted On:12/17/2013 5:35pm
I know that is is an old thread but they Reality Defense guys posted some new youtube videos so what the hell.
The classic street vs. sport sales pitch, fear based marketing and of course Redman:
Posted On:12/17/2013 5:55pm
Same ****, no head movement, no footwork, stationary target, pre-arranged punch/counter/combination punches that look and sound much more impressive than they are especially since the "attackers" most of the time, if you watch closely, really aren't even trying to hit the person defending and are only punching in front of/in the general vicinity of the defender. The guy in the blue shirt at about the :20 mark literally could just stand there and not do anything and not get hit since all of the punches looked to be a good six inches short of the mark. That's actually a common problem with pad drills/pre-aranged attack and defense sequences. The attacker is often afraid of hitting the person they are working with in case they screw up and without realizing it they start unconsciously aiming around/above the head of the person defending.
I see that they're still teaching that same "Matrix" style defense where they
reason that they don't really move/duck/slip punches as you would see in boxing
is because they have the misguided notion that they can pick off/block any and
all strikes coming their way. That works when you have a compliant partner that
stands right in front of you and really isn't trying to hit you with any intensity and/or throws a single strike at a time. Some of it actually reminds me of Kenpo demonstrations that I've seen. I'd like to see them go into a boxing/kickboxing/mma gym and test out their theories but that will never happen.
Posted On:12/17/2013 9:24pm
Let's stop the bullshit logical fallacies, there are rules on the street. There is a reason people rarely uses eye gouges, knee stomps, eye rakes and other "too deadly for the street" bullshit. You'll fucking go to jail. Yes, if you can't prove who started the **** it is over. "Street fight" and "Self defense" are not always synonymous.
Originally Posted by doofaloofa
Posted On:12/17/2013 11:17pm
Style: Jujitsu Aikido Bodycombat
Don't think I agree with that. There are some crazy fucks out there who will happily stomp on someone's head when they're down and out. I've seen a guy hold someone down behind a taxi and shout at the driver to reverse over his head. Strangely enough the driver didn't oblige. When peoples blood is up they rarely stop to worry about arrest or jail.
As for the rest, reaching for an eye when mounted is asking for an armbar, grabbing fingers is a pain (literally) but only delays the inevitable and if you sink your teeth into someone they're going to be a lot less likely to release that choke or arm lock when you start tapping.
Posted On:12/18/2013 7:56am
Style: Judo, Boxing
Bas Rutten said it best, "Never escalate the level of violence in a fight that you are losing."
Posted On:12/19/2013 2:03pm
"Reality Defense Training" (Troy makes an appearance + some "sparring" footage towards the end
Posted On:12/19/2013 2:54pm
Originally Posted by Dork Angel
Don't think I agree with that.
Yes, you are one of the logical fallacy people I was addressing.
You realize the straw man you created is arguing that people DON'T FOLLOW RULES?
You realize my post is saying that there ARE RULES IN THE STREET they are referred to as LAWS?
You realize your anecdote falls into the "rarely" category?
Last edited by It is Fake; 12/19/2013 3:29pm at .
Posted On:12/19/2013 5:11pm
It isn't uncommon for a criminal to be familiar enough with the law to help them keep their transgressions to lower level crimes.
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