Thanks for the vid. Those are great points he makes and that is how it is taught at the schhol I train at. As to the language, it doesnt bother me depending on WHO your training. When its a group of cops, soldiers or something like that, it can get a little spicey.
Ok, admittedly Im a little biased as I have trained with Chris and he attends most of our events, buuut. While I will grant that Serra neutralized Chris's stand up quite well, Chris did the same for Serra's ground game and did have the first takedown. He also delivered some good shots to Serra's...
I guess, other than the initial shock, I haven't been affected all that much. I didn't know anyone who died, I live in a small community etc. The threat of terrorist violence in my area is very remote and so other than being glued to the t.v. in the beginning not much has changed for me.
Tornados are fairly common in my area, NW Ohio. We have warning sirens and classes are offered twice a year for "spotters". My son and I are both NOAA certified spotters and are on a call up list in case of severe weather. The more informed you are, the less scared you are when it comes to...
I used to kick-box had my nose broke. I was literally "saved by the bell". I don't recall it hurting, but then again I coudn't find my corner at the end of the round. Next round I had to mouth breath and that was not a good thing but I finished the fight. (lost by decision).