Posted On:1/23/2004 9:33am
Style: Kempo-Goju Karate, BJJ
first off, has to use "gross motor skills", meanining no fancy skills, the techniques have to be able to be used in a high stress enviroment, ( more on this point later). second , must cover all ranges of combat to factor in changing tactics and enviroments( no, duh!). third, must train in realistic scenarios, and have a realistic expectataion of weapons and multiple opponents.(more on this point later). ill go into further detail on the above, but id like a little feedback, and a got a pretty good story to go with it:)
16 years till retirement.
Posted On:1/23/2004 9:54am
does anyone disagree with the above?
Posted On:1/23/2004 9:59am
Why would anyone? I think you'd have first have to tell how you are going to do those things ;)..
Posted On:1/23/2004 10:00am
Style: I do UFC
1% Shark is better than you.
Posted On:1/23/2004 10:02am
Also Samuel Browning own3d this topic a month ago.
Posted On:1/23/2004 10:03am
Style: Wu Style TCC + BJJ
Can you provide us with examples of some systems that utilize only gross motor skills, and some examples of those that don't?
Posted On:1/23/2004 10:13am
gross -motor skill = natural movement, many techniques i have been exposed to in ma or d.a.a.t. require to many fine movements. the best way to evaluate if your techniques are groos motor skill based, is have a training partner suit up in a redman suit and seriously beat the dog piss out of you. you will find out really quick that you got maybe one or two longe range shots, then a clinch, using headbutt,knees, and elbows, then to ground control( i know.i know, "no **** sherlock!")
Posted On:1/23/2004 10:16am
muay thai, boxing and wrestling judo,bjj. tend to use gross motor skills, wing chun, traditional karate/tkd does not( my opinion, only)
Posted On:1/23/2004 10:19am
this isnt about making a new system, but more of evaluating if a system can realisticaly addree an officers needs in the real world. sorry for any spelling errors
Posted On:1/23/2004 10:42am
yes,edge but would u call traditional karate blocks a gross motor skill?
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