Fighting and Self Defence are two different things.

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FriedRice

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Some techniques cannot safely be done full force. This includes some locks (which on the street are direct breaks), throws (when not projections), and some strikes (unless you want to injure your training partner).

How about just put on gloves and allow full powered punches to the face during hard sparring sessions? That's a great way to test out whether or not you can fend off an attacker with your specialized techniques for SD.
 

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How about just put on gloves and allow full powered punches to the face during hard sparring sessions? That's a great way to test out whether or not you can fend off an attacker with your specialized techniques for SD.
why gloves? Go real or go home. Don't even try to stop the blows taken the hits to the face like a man. You are a man right. Just take the hits and laugh in his face
 

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why gloves? Go real or go home. Don't even try to stop the blows taken the hits to the face like a man. You are a man right. Just take the hits and laugh in his face

I was talking to the other guy and his class, babe. They don't spar full with full power punches to the face, yet now you want them to start out full power with bare knuckles? Man, who trained you to punch anyway? You must punch like the hookers that you arrest right? :)
 

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