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Fighting Lessons From The Door

I often get asked what was the impetus for Crazy Monkey Defense? To be honest, it began for personal, selfish reasons. In my formative training first in Karate as a kid, then later on in Western boxing as a teenager, before moving on to Muay Thai — as well as dabbling with several forms of martial approaches through various instructors, and an in-depth exploration into what was then the Virginian birth of MMA in the mid 90’s — I always felt let down. While there were things I learned that were invaluable,......

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Faceblocking!

In this day and age MMA has become the litmus test for what will, or wont work in fighting. While reality based self defense pundits will argue that it's sport fighting, not street fighting, there is no denying that what you see is real unarmed combat against skilled fighters. While there is some validity to the argument that it is sport, the truth of the matter is that most reality based self defense approaches avoid the unpredictable, chaotic, uncooperative nature of MMA for a more sterile scenario based approach where they are......

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The Fallacy of ‘No Fear’ in the Fight

I am telling you up front, this is going to be a long article. There’s no way around it unfortunately. This is an important, and mostly misunderstood subject in the world of interpersonal violence. As such it needs some serious unpacking. While this article may not answer all on this topic, I hope at the very least it’s a start. If you sincere about wanting to train for interpersonal violence, and by the end of the article you agree with my argument, consider joining us in 2018 for our revamped self-preservation programs......

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Action Without A Thinker: The Search for Elusive Martial Performance

If you have been following me on Facebook recently, then you know that roughly eight weeks ago I injured myself quit severely on the mat. Two bulged disks later, with one of them compressing on a nerve, has seen me out of action since that day. As my condition improved, mostly down to not doing anything (other than eating donuts), dozens of chiropractic and physiotherapy sessions later — with some, what might consider out there craniosacral therapies - I started thinking of ways to start, although slowly my physical recovery. I lost almost......

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