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This Week's Comitment to Combat: 3/22/17

There is intrinsic value in the ability to be a combat presence.

My quest for the ability to fight is at the core of my human value, yet I am forever temped by well-meaning souls to give it up—and tempted by my own laziness of will to give up coaching.

So henceforth, and if I forget remind me, I will post here my weekly focus in combat training.

This week I compile and edit Fighting Smart: Ring, Cage & Survival

I have also received a 24-inch, 14 ounce, Easton T-ball bat for children and will begin seriously working on postmodern combat club applications.

Twerps, Goons and Meatshields: The Basics of Full Contact Stick-Fighting

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LynnMarch 22, 2017 10:56 PM GMT+4

Great tag.
PRMarch 22, 2017 10:51 PM GMT+4

how are the video demonstrations coming? My credit card is ready.
responds:March 24, 2017 11:39 AM GMT+4

Well, PR, it will all be free if it ever gets up.

Sean took 3 hours of video then got called out o town on work.

My girl took just as much video and can't figure how to get it to anybody as her phone abides by some kind of proprietary BS.

Charles has hors and hours of video footage he will not post as the cinematography does not conform to his sense of perfection.

Next stop is Oliver, who actually posts stuff he gets on video. I'll se what we can do.

Basically, it's my fault for having no ability, equipment or interest in this area.

This seems strange, but I know of over 40 hours of coaching, training, fighting footage from session that people thought were very instructive, that these same people refuse to post on You Tube, or have simply lost. I gave three hours of video involving the biggest minimal gear stick event ever fought on the east coast to Cory to post on his modern fighter site. This was filmed by a guy that was actually in the ring, moving round. Cory did not like some of the camera motion so tossed the last copy of the DVDs that I had. But never fear, PR, I will continue to hit bags and people with sticks and bats and explain what the mechanics are in front of cameras—and one day, maybe, something will get on YouTube.