Cracking Skulls (and Elbows) With Fred

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If your opponent has you up against a wall, you have some options. Strikes are fine, and can work great. But Fred demonstrates another option combining Silat and Kali. Silat includes martial arts from Southeast Asia that focus on strikes, joint manipulation, throws, weaponry or a combination. Kali is a Filipino martial art with a heavy focus on weaponry.

Fred goes up against some guys that are bigger than him, but that’s part of the appeal of this technique. Quick movements help you use your attacker’s own body against him. The movements themselves aren’t even very big. It doesn’t matter how big you are: If you now these techniques and position yourself properly, you can get the upper hand.


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