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Post  John Skillen on Thu Nov 16, 2006 8:22 am

I'm carrying out a small survey to find out what physical techniques people are practising regularly for their own personel self defence. Question
Take care all and thank you Smile
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Re: your techniques

Post  Julian on Thu Nov 16, 2006 10:58 am

Hm, let me think...

Straight left and right, Hooks, Uppercuts, Powerslap, Facesmash, Craddle Strike, Elbow, Knees, Groin and Front Kick, The Stamp

That should be my favourites.
Oh, I prefer punching with closed fists...

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Post  alban on Thu Nov 16, 2006 2:15 pm

I like to keep it simple,
slaps,hooks, elbows are my prefered strikes, knees and thai kicks, oops nearly forgot the hammer fist. Cool
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Post  Kemlyn on Fri Nov 17, 2006 8:42 am

Boxing punches,judo 'kuzushi',slaps,elbows,gouging,poking and 'ripping'!
Plus I love to 'use me head',knees and feet when the situation dictates.
I haven't been training as much as I'd like to,and apart from boxing and judo I've not done much else.
I think it's worth mentioning,though,that the visualisation I've been doing has influenced what I've done for real probably more than the pad/bag/partner work.
This,as I'm sure you yourself know,shouldn't be overlooked.
Another interesting thing is that I've noticed that when I use something that works well for real,that 'positive reinforcement' as psychologists call it,is worth more for logging the thing on the hard-drive than any amount of training as far as I can see.
This seems to be happening with slaps,toe punts to the knackers,poking the eyes and good old fashioned shoving and charging for me.
Not to forget the training I do to cultivate aggression and what I call the 'Tasmanian Devil' routine (going off on one to switch on their adrenaline and 'back them off'),an idea that your posts helped cement in my mind(thanks mate!).
So,maybe I'd say that my own definition of training is quite fluid,really.
Stay safe.
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Re: your techniques

Post  andy.fearn on Fri Nov 17, 2006 8:47 am

mainly punching from different angles using bag or pads sometimes punching off a fence and sometimes not ,normally pick two different angles and techniques practise them for a week and then move on to two more following week.my favoured technques are straight right ,right hook,tigers claw and currently practising the powerslap till i get habitual and right

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Post  Guest on Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:58 am

Straights and elbows into the head. Along with palm hooks.

Knees and kicks to the legs and groin... and some Shredding, because I like it.

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Re: your techniques

Post  Rusty Shackleford on Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:44 am

In no particular order I would say,
1. all types of eye strikes
2. crosses and hooks, ( including palm hooks and shovel hooks)
3. headbutts, knees, and elbows
4. the creasant strike to the throat, horizontal axe hand to the throat
5. the powerslap ( both left and right)
6. the seal blitz
7. shredding
8. the spike (a hybrid of the bear paw and the powerslap)
9. modified O'neill cover
10. talking hands, chamber ruses, and artifice
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Re: your techniques

Post  Jan on Fri Nov 17, 2006 12:28 pm

Over hand hooks and straights, back to basics.

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Re: your techniques

Post  Kemlyn on Sat Nov 18, 2006 8:56 am

How about yo'self John?
What are you training right now?
Also,how much of a part does visualisation and mental training play in your routine?
Take care.
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Re: your techniques

Post  Jagunco on Sat Nov 18, 2006 9:54 am

When I can

Basic boxing and bag work and Tai Kicks. Of course all kinds of capoeira and I'm working on the bicept punch and a Peter Concendine elbow I pulled off Johns site.

Will work on grappling in the new year or before

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Post  LEE GRIFFITHS on Sat Nov 18, 2006 10:46 am

Nice and simple for me too

Slaps
Elbows
Hammerfist
Knees

When I have been put under pressure in certain training scenarios then hammerfist seems to come out very naturally.
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Post  Steve.Bruce on Sat Nov 18, 2006 12:06 pm

as far as hard skills for self defence are concerned i drill the below

strikes - jab, cross, left hook, slaps, elbows, hammerfists, knees and low leg kicks all from various angles

also work on defences from the following - swinging punches, football style kicks, grabs, tackles, headlocks, being in a clinch, being on the floor and weapons

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Re: your techniques

Post  blackbird on Sun Nov 19, 2006 4:05 am

Power slaps.
Palm heel strikes.
Axe hands.
Eye gouges.
Neck cranks.
Good old knees and elbows, especially with head control.
Fence, awareness and avoidance skills.

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Re: your techniques

Post  John Skillen on Wed Nov 22, 2006 8:51 am

Hi Kemlyn,
punching, slapping, kicking, knees, elbows, headbutting, all on the ground and standing. plus grappling on the ground and standing.
I teach, coach and practise everyday. except sundays well some sundays i get time off.Smile
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