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Survival Instincts; Works everytime!


like playing dead or calling 911?


You just blew my mind.
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How the hell would being omnidextrous <--- made up word btw help you? In a fight being ambidextrous doesn't really matter at all. If you're unbelievably flexible that would give you an advantage. Everyone is normally pretty used to using both legs equally considering everyone runs/walks and the only other thing that feels awkward is making a fist and actually doing some damage with your non-dominant hand.

Its pretty easy to learn how to fight honestly. You just study a bit about the body and know the hit zones and you go from there. If you're heavy and somewhat quick with your arms I'd suggest learning a few ways to take down someone and some locks.

I tried the "testing a new person" shit out and I kinda just stood there like an idiot and got the wind knocked out of me. My friend felt bad because I was just waiting there and he hit me in the chest. Made us both lol pretty hard.


I guess you don't know much bout the southpaw stance. Omnidextrous isn't a real word, it's just a word to say you can use all 4 limbs with good precision. You can throw a punch and kick all you want but if you miss you prob gave your opponent a chance to counter. Your knowledge of fighting is pretty basic, I would suggest you take some Krav Maga. In a real fight knowledge is the best weapon.
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▲ ► ►▼ ► X L1 L2 O

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Incontrovertible wrote:


How the hell would being omnidextrous <--- made up word btw help you? In a fight being ambidextrous doesn't really matter at all. If you're unbelievably flexible that would give you an advantage. Everyone is normally pretty used to using both legs equally considering everyone runs/walks and the only other thing that feels awkward is making a fist and actually doing some damage with your non-dominant hand.

Its pretty easy to learn how to fight honestly. You just study a bit about the body and know the hit zones and you go from there. If you're heavy and somewhat quick with your arms I'd suggest learning a few ways to take down someone and some locks.

I tried the "testing a new person" shit out and I kinda just stood there like an idiot and got the wind knocked out of me. My friend felt bad because I was just waiting there and he hit me in the chest. Made us both lol pretty hard.


I guess you don't know much bout the southpaw stance. Omnidextrous isn't a real word, it's just a word to say you can use all 4 limbs with good precision. You can throw a punch and kick all you want but if you miss you prob gave your opponent a chance to counter. Your knowledge of fighting is pretty basic, I would suggest you take some Krav Maga. In a real fight knowledge is the best weapon.


Southpaw stance LOL I'm a lefty. "Stances" in a fight are a joke. My knowledge is hardly basic and its not the most difficult thing in the world to hit someone with good precision. Guaranteed you need a fast punch or kick but other than that it really should not be too difficult to hit someone. Speed > Everything else.

Krav Maga seems useful except I doubt I can find ANY teachers where I live at the moment. I'd rather take boxing and jujitsu before it though.
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or ZA WARUDO.
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Incontrovertible wrote:


J0hNNy2 wrote:


Incontrovertible wrote:


How the hell would being omnidextrous <--- made up word btw help you? In a fight being ambidextrous doesn't really matter at all. If you're unbelievably flexible that would give you an advantage. Everyone is normally pretty used to using both legs equally considering everyone runs/walks and the only other thing that feels awkward is making a fist and actually doing some damage with your non-dominant hand.

Its pretty easy to learn how to fight honestly. You just study a bit about the body and know the hit zones and you go from there. If you're heavy and somewhat quick with your arms I'd suggest learning a few ways to take down someone and some locks.

I tried the "testing a new person" shit out and I kinda just stood there like an idiot and got the wind knocked out of me. My friend felt bad because I was just waiting there and he hit me in the chest. Made us both lol pretty hard.


I guess you don't know much bout the southpaw stance. Omnidextrous isn't a real word, it's just a word to say you can use all 4 limbs with good precision. You can throw a punch and kick all you want but if you miss you prob gave your opponent a chance to counter. Your knowledge of fighting is pretty basic, I would suggest you take some Krav Maga. In a real fight knowledge is the best weapon.


Southpaw stance LOL I'm a lefty. "Stances" in a fight are a joke. My knowledge is hardly basic and its not the most difficult thing in the world to hit someone with good precision. Guaranteed you need a fast punch or kick but other than that it really should not be too difficult to hit someone. Speed > Everything else.

Krav Maga seems useful except I doubt I can find ANY teachers where I live at the moment. I'd rather take boxing and jujitsu before it though.


Judging by your response yes... your knowledge in fighting in a real urban setting is basic. A solid stance in a fight is good defense, you underestimate the difficulty to accurately hit somebody in a precise spot that's prob only the size of your fist of course it's not the most difficult thing in the world to do but it isn't easy enough that you can do without practice and training, it is very difficult to be accurate when you're channeling kinetic energy too. Knowledge > everything else, you can't run faster then a bullet.
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kick to the groin. when they bend dover in pain grab a knife from your pocket and stab their anus. as they fall down. catch them with one arm and pull out a gun with the other and proceed to shoot his spinal cord.

this strategy has gotten me out of countless situations.
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thrust, bounce, jiggle, squeeze, scratch, lick










Oh, you said FIGHTING combo...
Posted 9/21/08 , edited 9/21/08

Incontrovertible wrote:

Its pretty easy to learn how to fight honestly. You just study a bit about the body and know the hit zones and you go from there. If you're heavy and somewhat quick with your arms I'd suggest learning a few ways to take down someone and some locks.

lol id suggest u learn how to defend against a gang bang. u cant joint manipulate 3 people at the same time



I tried the "testing a new person" shit out and I kinda just stood there like an idiot and got the wind knocked out of me. My friend felt bad because I was just waiting there and he hit me in the chest. Made us both lol pretty hard.


clearly if u cant even defend against one person learning how to fight is "not" ez to learn
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I press all of the buttons furiously.
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Incontrovertible wrote:


J0hNNy2 wrote:


Incontrovertible wrote:


How the hell would being omnidextrous <--- made up word btw help you? In a fight being ambidextrous doesn't really matter at all. If you're unbelievably flexible that would give you an advantage. Everyone is normally pretty used to using both legs equally considering everyone runs/walks and the only other thing that feels awkward is making a fist and actually doing some damage with your non-dominant hand.

Its pretty easy to learn how to fight honestly. You just study a bit about the body and know the hit zones and you go from there. If you're heavy and somewhat quick with your arms I'd suggest learning a few ways to take down someone and some locks.

I tried the "testing a new person" shit out and I kinda just stood there like an idiot and got the wind knocked out of me. My friend felt bad because I was just waiting there and he hit me in the chest. Made us both lol pretty hard.


I guess you don't know much bout the southpaw stance. Omnidextrous isn't a real word, it's just a word to say you can use all 4 limbs with good precision. You can throw a punch and kick all you want but if you miss you prob gave your opponent a chance to counter. Your knowledge of fighting is pretty basic, I would suggest you take some Krav Maga. In a real fight knowledge is the best weapon.


Southpaw stance LOL I'm a lefty. "Stances" in a fight are a joke. My knowledge is hardly basic and its not the most difficult thing in the world to hit someone with good precision. Guaranteed you need a fast punch or kick but other than that it really should not be too difficult to hit someone. Speed > Everything else.

Krav Maga seems useful except I doubt I can find ANY teachers where I live at the moment. I'd rather take boxing and jujitsu before it though.


every stading position in a fight is a stance...and u just haven't fought guys that know how to use all kinds of stances in a fight effectivly...u claim speed> everything else....speed doesnt pawn a gun...what is speed but a bunch of empty power...real fighitng isnt sparring...u actuallly have to hurt your opponent to do some good... so u need more then speed...u need everything...peace over war
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thrust, bounce, jiggle, squeeze, scratch, lick










Oh, you said FIGHTING combo...

u can tell me about "those" kind of combos to
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UrAJuu wrote:


Incontrovertible wrote:

Its pretty easy to learn how to fight honestly. You just study a bit about the body and know the hit zones and you go from there. If you're heavy and somewhat quick with your arms I'd suggest learning a few ways to take down someone and some locks.

lol id suggest u learn how to defend against a gang bang. u cant joint manipulate 3 people at the same time



I tried the "testing a new person" shit out and I kinda just stood there like an idiot and got the wind knocked out of me. My friend felt bad because I was just waiting there and he hit me in the chest. Made us both lol pretty hard.


clearly if u cant even defend against one person learning how to fight is "not" ez to learn


Waiting there for a blow is a lot different than defending dumbass. Learn how to fight in a gang bang? LOL How pointless. No one is stupid enough to ever attempt to jump me and no one would really have a reason to either. Also you can quickly break someones arm or dislocate something small rather quickly thereby leaving only two left. Rather pointless talking about a hypothetical situation that will never happen.


J0hNNy2 wrote:


Incontrovertible wrote:


J0hNNy2 wrote:


Incontrovertible wrote:


How the hell would being omnidextrous <--- made up word btw help you? In a fight being ambidextrous doesn't really matter at all. If you're unbelievably flexible that would give you an advantage. Everyone is normally pretty used to using both legs equally considering everyone runs/walks and the only other thing that feels awkward is making a fist and actually doing some damage with your non-dominant hand.

Its pretty easy to learn how to fight honestly. You just study a bit about the body and know the hit zones and you go from there. If you're heavy and somewhat quick with your arms I'd suggest learning a few ways to take down someone and some locks.

I tried the "testing a new person" shit out and I kinda just stood there like an idiot and got the wind knocked out of me. My friend felt bad because I was just waiting there and he hit me in the chest. Made us both lol pretty hard.


I guess you don't know much bout the southpaw stance. Omnidextrous isn't a real word, it's just a word to say you can use all 4 limbs with good precision. You can throw a punch and kick all you want but if you miss you prob gave your opponent a chance to counter. Your knowledge of fighting is pretty basic, I would suggest you take some Krav Maga. In a real fight knowledge is the best weapon.


Southpaw stance LOL I'm a lefty. "Stances" in a fight are a joke. My knowledge is hardly basic and its not the most difficult thing in the world to hit someone with good precision. Guaranteed you need a fast punch or kick but other than that it really should not be too difficult to hit someone. Speed > Everything else.

Krav Maga seems useful except I doubt I can find ANY teachers where I live at the moment. I'd rather take boxing and jujitsu before it though.


Judging by your response yes... your knowledge in fighting in a real urban setting is basic. A solid stance in a fight is good defense, you underestimate the difficulty to accurately hit somebody in a precise spot that's prob only the size of your fist of course it's not the most difficult thing in the world to do but it isn't easy enough that you can do without practice and training, it is very difficult to be accurate when you're channeling kinetic energy too. Knowledge > everything else, you can't run faster then a bullet.


Since when were we talking about guns? In that case isn't your krav maga pretty much useless against a tank or a helicopter equipped with missles and a machine gun?


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Incontrovertible wrote:


J0hNNy2 wrote:


Incontrovertible wrote:


How the hell would being omnidextrous <--- made up word btw help you? In a fight being ambidextrous doesn't really matter at all. If you're unbelievably flexible that would give you an advantage. Everyone is normally pretty used to using both legs equally considering everyone runs/walks and the only other thing that feels awkward is making a fist and actually doing some damage with your non-dominant hand.

Its pretty easy to learn how to fight honestly. You just study a bit about the body and know the hit zones and you go from there. If you're heavy and somewhat quick with your arms I'd suggest learning a few ways to take down someone and some locks.

I tried the "testing a new person" shit out and I kinda just stood there like an idiot and got the wind knocked out of me. My friend felt bad because I was just waiting there and he hit me in the chest. Made us both lol pretty hard.


I guess you don't know much bout the southpaw stance. Omnidextrous isn't a real word, it's just a word to say you can use all 4 limbs with good precision. You can throw a punch and kick all you want but if you miss you prob gave your opponent a chance to counter. Your knowledge of fighting is pretty basic, I would suggest you take some Krav Maga. In a real fight knowledge is the best weapon.


Southpaw stance LOL I'm a lefty. "Stances" in a fight are a joke. My knowledge is hardly basic and its not the most difficult thing in the world to hit someone with good precision. Guaranteed you need a fast punch or kick but other than that it really should not be too difficult to hit someone. Speed > Everything else.

Krav Maga seems useful except I doubt I can find ANY teachers where I live at the moment. I'd rather take boxing and jujitsu before it though.


every stading position in a fight is a stance...and u just haven't fought guys that know how to use all kinds of stances in a fight effectivly...u claim speed> everything else....speed doesnt pawn a gun...what is speed but a bunch of empty power...real fighitng isnt sparring...u actuallly have to hurt your opponent to do some good... so u need more then speed...u need everything...peace over war


Also speed does own a gun dipshit. Different guns have different fire rates therefore if you have a gun with a faster bps rate than yeah speed does own a gun. Speed creates momentum and momentum creates power.

You don't necessarily have to hurt them if its based on points do you? i.e. Boxing. And no matter what unless you're incredibly weak if you hit someone its bound to take its toll eventually.

TKD is shit and should only be used by fat people who need exercise and people who want to become more flexible without taking yoga. A horse stance will do absolutely nothing in a fight but make you look like an idiot.

Peace over war and you're trying to learn how to beat people? Contradictory much?
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