I thought this was a great way to explore movement.
Below is the description of the practitioners.
Our Staff practice at Green Forest Temple. Entirely spontaneous, nothing pre-arranged or scripted. The practice is based on having a clean step and the ability to listen to and follow force. Let us know what you think, and let us know if you do any similar training! We are always looking for examples along the same line.
Having had my packages stolen in the past. I can totally see where this guy is coming from.
This was a close range ambush that went from gun fight to grappling to a mad scramble on everyones part.
This video took place in Vietnam. Just add an explosion in the background and this could have been in any action movie.
If she had been on her cell phone. They both would be dead. Stay alert stay alive.
Gaving de Becker, the author of The Gift of Fear came to St. Francis College September 17, 2013 to talk about Intuition, Denial and how it impacts on our Survival. The talk was part of the Fall 2013 Lecture series, Wrongful Convictions, Miscarriages of Justice, and Other Critical Perspectives on the U.S. Criminal Justice System, hosted by Emily Horowitz, Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at St. Francis College.
Its important to examine the non corporeal aspects of violence.. We have instincts that our culture has often taught us to suppress .
3 SIMPLE RULES to Survive Gang Attacks: How to fight & defend yourself How to defend yourself is hard enough, but made worst when you have gang of people confronting you in a street fight. Often you may be distracted by one attacker, while other people sucker punch you. This week we examine an attack in London in which a young man was attacked by 5 individuals as he walked home. We will discuss the 3 key mistakes that the victim made. Reveal the 3 lessons that we can learn from the gang attack.