MARTIAL ARTS & SILAT are BULLSHIT! (Shit Haters Say…)


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MARTIAL ARTS & SILAT are BULLSHIT! (Shit Haters Say…) — 14 Comments

  1. mma is stand up stiking is good. submission on the ground arent effective unless you can execute them fast and hard. because on the street if you trying to break someone are in a hold someone could come and stomp you head in. so thats why i prefer silat as when you take someone to the ground your always upright and can adjust yourself to the situation.

  2. Speaking of I’ve noticed your stlyle is more realistic than other silat gurus here in America, they look like hippies trying to be Asian ….lol

  3. dude, you are the man. i was gonna ask you how the shoving defense you show in another video plays out at full speed. but i guess its not really about perfect execution when it happens for real.

  4. what i think that people dont understand is the likely hood of them getting attacked from the millions and millions of people… instead of trying to learn how to defend yourself ( which is a good idea conceptually) they should learn to avoid situations like that for example: if ever confronted.. escape if you can the only reason you should need to know how to fight is when you dont have a choice like your in a locked room with some terrorist with a knife or something..

  5. Well said. I totally agree with you. It doesn’t matter which martial arts you learn, it’s how much do you understand what you have learn for the benefit to defend yourself.

  6. … After a couple of years, finaly something that is reality rooted. Found some things that I missed in the SIA-UK door supervising licence class ! Will join asap on your next european workshop ! Imho I rate your work with 5 stars!

  7. the fact is, most people in western countries are soft. They want to train but they don’t want the injuries/bruises from general training. They want to train, but they don’t drill at the intensity and duration necessary to become proficient enough to make techniques work. Instead of making a technique ones own, they try and emulate and squabble when it looks different though it may be effective. Anyhow, my two cents. Feel free to delete.

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