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    Between Judo and Wrestling for police..

    My police department has asked me to assist in teaching hands-on techniques in the massive mat area we have available to our training HQ..However, I've done so much undecided thinking about two particular applications with colleagues, discussing the two distinctions on approach to reality, and...
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    What kind of martial arts/self defense system would you recommend to me?

    Guys this is real, this actually happened last week to a good friend of mine who is a phenomenal martial artist. Studied (still does) Kali, BJJ, Boxing for 10 years onwards. After seeing Paul D's comment there I shot online. My good friend was assaulted, even with all that experience, he was...
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    Bleep test information needed! Help

    Great bits and pieces so far guys, much appreciated! Kempodi, I understand, it's given me that bit more understanding for sure thanks mate
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    Bleep test information needed! Help

    Police Officer Selection Process - Police Scotland Gotten really frustrated trying to understand this seemingly top secret bleep test scoring system for the police force (UK if anyone asks) it seems to state that persons under 29 years of age are down on Nation Fitness Standard, for meeting MSFT...
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    6.5 years experience BJJ and Wrestling, no combat sport striking skills. 1.5 years spent...

    6.5 years experience BJJ and Wrestling, no combat sport striking skills. 1.5 years spent supplementing SPEAR System and Krav Maga tactics.
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    I really like this leglock..

    Quick Kill #1..Had great success with this. It's so quick and basic when practised. It sure gets a nasty tap when it's on too. :wtf: Even little points and details would be brilliant to sharpen this up as I find it works for me as an individual, used this very one three times serving in UK LE...
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    What kind of martial arts/self defense system would you recommend to me?

    If you're keen for primarily a self defence system, look into SPEAR System, a method I think highly of. Let us know what you make of it. Decide from there if you like it or not, of course it's an individual thing
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    What do we all make of SPEAR System?

    SPEAR being a fast track system, whoever mentioned that..That makes sense, a lot of it is basic material as discussed (most of it's built in human stuff so it is faster/if not immediate understanding) and it could be there for people who don't want to learn anything they might consider is 'super...
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    What do we all make of SPEAR System?

    I appreciate this, so relatable. I've been whethering if I'm in the right or wrong learning space for a while. It's like a mixture of anxiousness or a low sense of confidence which makes me want to seek these types of systems? But, I practise BJJ and Wrestling on that note, and I've been so...
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    What do we all make of SPEAR System?

    Any advice, experiences of this system from others? Practiced this for years. It's always interesting to get feedback from different perspectives. Training does involve resisting partners and the hi-gear training is good as long as your partner just doesn't give way to you intentionally. I find...
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    Need advice on what's best for me for self-defense

    All martial arts are good for what they are designed for. Judo was designed for throwing skills for example, boxing was designed for hitting someone with your hands efficiently. Or things like Krav Maga designed for taking someone's weapon away - which is probably the art a lot of people have...
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    Is it worth it to buy/carry a kubotan?

    Look into Tactical Pens. They are..Well, pens, made from 6061 aircraft aluminium, typically equipped with a glass breaker for striking/emergency. Or a sharp circular end known as a 'DNA catcher' due to it's ability to tare. However, they write perfectly fine if you choose to use it that way. You...
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