|Drilling how to take shoves, familiarizing one's self with the energy behind aggressive shoving, developing awareness and evasive footwork.|
|Getting smacked across the face as a humiliation tactic by Dom O'Neil playing the role of the bad guy.|
I am often asked why our warm ups & workouts in our classes are so grueling, why I allow the fights to go on for 20 minutes non stop sometimes, why the overkill if a street fight only lasts X amount of seconds... because you simply never know. Prepare for the worst, prepare for the Terminator so everyone and everything else will literally pale in comparison.
|Working on the familiarization of aggressive body language and closest weapon to closest target interpretation on both the good guy and bad guy's part.|
|Improvising the Shred moment to moment as my opponent reacts realistically to my every move and vice versa.|
|Alive drilling allows spontaneous improvisation.|
|Maintaining facial targets while striking the lower line creates more sensory overload in the opponent.|
2. A loved one is with you when it is occurring. (This one alone can be done in various ways, your loved one can become hysterical, cooperative, none cooperative, faint, scream, cry, grab your arm, hug you, threaten the mugger, etc.) each of these will require a different tactical solution.
3. Your attacke
4. Your good arm is an a sling. Your bad arm is in a sling.
5. Your left ankle is badly sprained (put thumb tacks in your shoes to simulate a sprain, see if you feel like putting weight on your ankle then )
|Basic tool and target development, my opponent always dictates my response by his reactions.|