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The Importance of Getting Your Ass Kicked
Although this has never happened to me, I definitely know how terrible it is to get your ass handed to you on a silver platter My friend never did recover from that So I just want to know: if you have ever gotten your ass kicked, have you thought to learn some type of self defense technique or any other methods to buff your self up in a sense to prevent this from happening or do you just accept that getting faceowned is an inevitable fact of life? We all get in fights growing up, we all lost once or twice. I don't know if I've ever learned anything from it though.. America, bitches. Second part of the Bill of Rights states I can carry a handgun. You can sure as hell bet I do.
Over the last several months, I have been lucky enough to participate in four or five Unarmed Combatives Programs both as a student, and as a trainer. I have since been chewing over lessons learned and takeaway points from every course, and have converted the bumps, bruises, blood and sweat into some points I give you for consideration. You absolutely have to get hit and choked to learn to overcome being hit and choked. If you have never been in a live fight that resulted in your being punched in the face, you need to seek out a program that will facilitate that experience.
You have vulnerable points all over your body, but most of them are collarbone up. Start by keeping your hands up in front of your face so you can block some of their blows with your hands and forearms. Also, keep your chin tucked down towards your chest.