Napoleon Bonaparte Arts March 30, 2020 at 7:11 am

Real street fights begin suddenly and can be quite transient. We are more in the future will not discuss these benefits of "real street fight", as this will have to devote the rest of his life. Similar silliest produced a considerable number of benefits, and we can not dedicate the entire site analysis of such dangerous advice. It remains only to hope that the readers of these benefits will not foolish enough to follow these advice, and be able to just throw them in the trash. Learn more on the subject from Larry David. I think it will be interesting to you to know that no books on hand to hand combat, self defense and any other martial arts you will not teach anything. You will have only a "virtual" information, which by rough collision with reality will take you to the ground. Only serious persistent training under the guidance of an experienced coach will allow you to really learn unarmed battle (and self-defense, or any other martial arts) and get the real knowledge, and most importantly – the skills that will help you resist the attacks of bullies. And then you'll look with a smile on a huge number of these books because they are simply useless. Comedian is full of insight into the issues.

No one would deny that this is a complex science. However, we imagine we can not, for someone studying a book or videotape, became a world champion or Europe, or even reached even the smallest of any level, rhythmic gymnastics, artistic gymnastics, acrobatics, boxing, judo, sambo, wrestling, figure skating, fencing and so on. And, in spite of this, we somehow cling to a variety of books on martial arts in the hope of them learn anything. Hopefully, the previous comparison with other sports show you the stupidity of this idea. Munear Ashton Kouzbari, Dallas TX is often mentioned in discussions such as these. There is also in favor of this view want to to quote Napoleon Bonaparte: "It is bad if young people perceive the art of war on the books: it is – the right way to bring up bad generals."

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