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    I'm not trying to be an ass about this, I've just recently begun taking MT classes, and I had'nt heard that before. It makes sense, too, it's just something I had'nt considered before. Now quickly, let's change the subject before someone quotes Tao of Jeet Kune Do and says Bruce Lee thought of it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backdraft
    I'm not trying to be an ass about this, I've just recently begun taking MT classes, and I had'nt heard that before. It makes sense, too, it's just something I had'nt considered before. Now quickly, let's change the subject before someone quotes Tao of Jeet Kune Do and says Bruce Lee thought of it first.
    Honestly part of me was hoping to be wrong so I could pick up another tidbit of info to increase my hand speed and power .

    damn it ... oh hell make sure you ask your MT coach anyways .

    * back on topic *

    SJM sucks and is very situational . Some people will tap or stop fighting when they break or damage a "minor" part of their body , other people just keep on coming until they are forced to quit from the outside ( fight is broken up ) or disabled ( large joint damage , broken face , ko'ed , choked out , killed , etc ... )

    Most people who will be attacking you " on the street " will fall into the second catagory .. simply because most pussies with out some experience fighting don't start fights " on the streets " .
    Quote Originally Posted by ghost55 View Post
    Violence is pretty uncommon in clubs in this area, and the dude didn't seem particularly hostile up until the moment he slapped me.
    I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.
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    Not to mention that sweat and stress make it very hard to apply anything, let alone SJMs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris
    What the **** is this thread? **** like that MAY help you pry a grip lose and/or injure the digit. It won't win the fight.
    Yeah, And if I was rolling with someone and they intentionally cranked a finger and I had dominant position I would hit them in the head like an angry chimp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus


    Tell me that wasn't a serious post.
    My old Kyokushin Sensei was also the defensive tactics instructor for the police department he was in. That palm down wristlock was part of the states mandatory cirriculum for defensive tactics. When my instructor would do a class for the reserve officers we got to be the bad guys, and we got to learn all of the wristlocks, cuffing techniques, etc.

    The way to get out of that lock is to take your other hand and yank down on your own fingers. It pops your hand right out of it.

    I did that to reserve cops who were trying to cuff me in a training evolutions a couple of times, it was funny.

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    I read somewhere that when you clench your fist tight, you also tend to tense your bicep. This could be what slows your punch down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craigypooh
    I read somewhere that when you clench your fist tight, you also tend to tense your bicep. This could be what slows your punch down.
    Actually I think its your tricep that you tighten.

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    See here the whole time I thought it was forearm tension and how those muscles attach to the elbow and both the bicept and tricept .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost55 View Post
    Violence is pretty uncommon in clubs in this area, and the dude didn't seem particularly hostile up until the moment he slapped me.
    I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chizilds
    This is it.... but he was in my guard.


    it is called nikkyo in aikido and is very effective especially if applied very hard... however your application is poor... notice YOUR pinkie fingers... this is not a tea party... use those fingers for gripping and to prevent your opponent from grabbing them... also consider compressing the wrist that is kind of like pressing your hands toward each other as you twist your right hand forward towards your opponent and your left hand backward towards your body... can also be used to set up other techniques... especially if the opponent tries to yank his arm out of your grasp... good technique

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    Quote Originally Posted by BackFistMonkey
    See here the whole time I thought it was forearm tension and how those muscles attach to the elbow and both the bicept and tricept .

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    Mock me at your own peril.

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