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Self-Defense Tip 33 Stand-Up Grappling Drills for Striking Skills — Large Inner Reap

0share Large inner reap (o-uchi-gari) — a grappling technique useful for boxers and street-fighters This self-defense tip continues the subject of grappling drills that transfer well to many fighting techniques of various combat sports, for example, to boxing. In this tip I describe technique and drills for o-uchi-gari (large inner reap). Practice of o-uchi-gari develops …

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Self-Defense Tip 32 Stand-Up Grappling Drills for Striking Skills — Forward Foot Sweep

0share Forward foot sweep (de-ashi-barai) — a grappling technique useful for boxers, mma fighters, and street-fighters If done right drills for grappling skills can improve your striking skills, whether for boxing, or mixed martial arts (mma), or street-fighting. There are moments during one’s steps when one is unable to attack or even to defend effectively. …

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Self-Defense Tip 25 Realistic Defenses vs. Phony Defenses: Striking and Kicking Attacks

0share If in your practice strikes and kicks are done wrong, your defenses against them will be useless in real fights This self-defense tip continues the issue of the necessity to be proficient in the methods of attack for developing effective defensive skills. In the previous self-defense tip (tip no. 24) I gave an example …

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Self-Defense Tip 1 How to Set Up an Entry into a Clinch with a Kick Combination

0share A kick combo to stop any attack You may know from our video Basic Instincts of Self-Defense how to defend against someone who punches and kicks. If you have seen that, you know how to sidestep and close in to enter into a clinch and do an armlock or a throw. Now you will …

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