Combat Science Blog

Think You Can Defeat An Edge Weapon?

April 23rd, 2015 by admin

Some people have mentioned to me that they want to learn how to defend against a person with a knife, but they don’t want to learn how to fight with a knife because they don’t want to kill anybody nor go to jail. This is their words not mine. I don’t want to kill anybody […]

The UFC: MMA vs. Combat Jiu-Jitsu

January 11th, 2015 by admin

My name is Kevin. I’ve been competing in amateur MMA matches for a while now. I saw some of your videos. How come I’ve never seen your system of jiu-jitsu in matches? How would it hold up in the UFC? __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hi Kevin, Well, ok, that is a great question you asked. Why we don’t […]

Why do you focus so much on learning to move one’s center? What’s the purpose? And also what training drills should I be doing to quickly locate my center? – Jared __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hi Jared, First off we have two meanings when we use that word “center” for self defense purposes. One is the core of […]

What’s the importance of training slowly? Why do you make such a big deal of this with your self-defense system? In MMA, boxing, and wrestling everyone trains and moves very fast when fighting. Daniel __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your question, Daniel. This is a really important self-defense question. I get asked this a lot by […]

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