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Thinblueline_max50

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Posted almost 4 years ago

 

so.......one of the articles on the main page got me to thinking.  especially with being COs, and more often than not being outnumbered 60-80-100 to 1, do any/all of you practice or participate in some sort of martial arts or other form of self-defense?  if so....why/why not? 


 


i myself practice taijutsu....which is mainly a "reactive and primarily defensive" school, or ryu for those of you that know the difference. i have had nothing but positive experiences from my shihan and fellow students and I believe that this is one of the better styles of martial arts. and i also feel that my skills that i have gained through this training will most definitely help me out should the sh*t hit the fan and i find myself in a "not so good" situation. cuz lets face it......being in a prison setting, talking will only get you out of so many situations.


so, im just curious to see and hear what everybody has to say and to hear opinions for or against the idea.  thanks for participating and stay safe out there!!!!

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Rate This | Posted almost 4 years ago

 

My only advice would be to not get into a fight with 60-100 people. I don't care what you're trained in, you are going to lose.

Star_max160_max160_max50

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Rate This | Posted almost 4 years ago

 

I just back off..............and call in an AIR STRIKE.


It is what it is.............and.........these things too shall pass.

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klamm143 says ...



I just back off..............and call in an AIR STRIKE.



That would be effective. I wonder if our budget would cover that?