In part two of this instructional set we take an in-depth look into the possible medical implications of your hard skills assault on any potential combative subject.
We look at this from minimal to most probable in terms of physical and psychological cause and effect, then take into account the most common variables that will inevitably effect this – such as size, weight, and strength of the subject; if your targeting was slightly off; pain threshold due to alcohol or drug intoxication; tolerance to pain, and effects which can often be negated by heavy clothing or musculature.
Here we look again at pre-fight perspective, thinking in terms of simply ‘how do we shut down this subject quickly and clinically?’ Understanding human physical anatomy and the potential cause/effect that your combative tools will actually have on a another human being will make you a more efficient individual when it come to dealing with the same, in any ‘all bets are off’ situation!
We take an in-depth look at how we can most effectively shut down anyone via diminishing their ability to continue. The key areas looked at here relate to the most effective ways to diminish any or all of the following:
- Will to continue
Hope you enjoy this program and find something useful to add to your armoury and Combative knowledge… UC 2012