This is an old video I just found on Youtube. Pretty dated but cutting edge for the time. A lot of people in the Reality Based Martial Arts think what they are doing is new. Far from it folks. Most of us are just reinventing the wheel. Anything you can think of was already done.
This is a very cool video find of a Judo demo for women’s self defense in the 1940′s. Very interesting to see.
Here we are episode 2. Enjoy!
Very funny parody of a martial arts school. The guy that plays Master Ken, is Matt Page who is a Kenpo 5.0 and Combat Jiu Jitsu practitioner. Most of us can see the kenpo influence in the comedy and takes the various quirks of kenpo, and many of the common sayings often told, into the [...]
by Zoran Sevic There was an interesting situation that happened around 15 years ago. It was a free for all that involved half the patrons at a bar. It was complete with blood, person foaming at the mouth, a live band that kept playing during the mess, guy getting punched by a girl, beer [...]
I know a lot of people ask about Jeff Speakman’s Kenpo 5.0. Here is a sampling of the orange belt techniques.
by Zoran Sevic Their Mission Statement KenpoTalk.com is the Leading Kenpo specific discussion forum on the web. Our mission is to preserve, promote and pass on the history, techniques, concepts and memories of those who study the arts known as Kenpo. If you are studying Parker’s Kenpo, Tracy Kenpo, are an independent looking for fellowship [...]
by Zoran Sevic How many of you have seen a decent technique video that is critiqued by the so called MMA/BJJ experts out there. One common complaint when demoing a self defense technique is, “attackers do not stand still while you strike”. How about the, “if that would work, it would be done in the [...]
The two handed push is a common attack one will experience. It is often used as a prelude to a fight. Some of the reasons this attack happens are; the attacker could be getting up his courage to fight, intimidation, hoping one falls or trips, and territorial issues. There are three kinds of 2 handed [...]
by Mike Vassolo originally published in 1997 The question I’ve posed in the headline has little to do with whether or not you possess the requisite skills to defend yourself. It goes deeper than that, and it is, ultimately, more important. The real question is whether you have the moral and ethical sense to be [...]