Master of Arts
- Mar 14, 2004
- Reaction score
- MAP Hell
I hate to be the bearer of bad tidings once again, but if you haven't experienced problems like these, odds are you haven't trained with a large enough amount of people, or people are being TOO cooperative with you.Bigshadow said:Again, I disagree. I think, if you have done things correctly to control the attacker's spine/balance/kukan, etc, it extremely difficult, next to impossible to do all of the things you have mentioned. I think if one trains to be sensitive to what affects they are having on the uke and sticking to them, it is fairly easy to adjust and adapt to unfamiliar bodies.
I hope for your sake you have the resourcefulness and presence of mind to do this against someone genuinely intent on harming you.Bigshadow said:When I have been training and someone is able to punch me, kick me, or whatever, means I have not affected them correctly, so I go back and revisit what I am doing or not doing to resolve the issue.