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Monday, August 20, 2018

100-Second Rule - Every Cop Must See This! (Gracie Survival Tactics) and The Best Martial Art - What to Consider When Choosing One

Last week Rener and Brian Ortega analyzed the Pennsylvania State Police shooting incident and introduced the 100-second rule of control. This week Rener analyzes an incident in which a police officer PERFECTLY applies this rule to control a suspect. Upcoming 5-day Gracie Survival Tactics courses in: Ft. Benning, GA Torrance, CA Coronado, CA Louisville, KY London, OH Pittsburgh, PA Orlando, FL Register at If your department won't pay for you to attend, email Charlie at and we'll find a way to make it happen.

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The Best Martial Art - What to Consider When Choosing One
By: Wisey Lim

Now if you are exploring martial arts most probably you will ask yourself this question, "what is the best martial art?" This article will share with you what to consider when choosing one.

The Purpose Of Picking-Up A Combative Art?

You may not agree with me and still harping on the question of "what is the best martial art out there?" So my advice to you is when choosing a combative art for training, you must know the ultimate reason for you to pick-up one. Is it for sport and competition? Is it for self-defense purposes? How about for health and fitness? For leisure? There are hundreds of different forms of martial arts, you must pick the one which is right for you.

Get To Know More About It

When choosing a martial art, it is advisable for you to get to know more about it before you start training. Read more about the history, philosophy and development of the combative art. You should watch some of the free video clips available out there. By doing so you will get to know what to expect during training. After getting to know more about the art, ask yourself this question, "is that the best martial art" that I really want?"

Try Out First

Sit in and observe during some of the classes or trainings. What about the training? Is the training too vigorous for you? Get the permission of the instructor to attend a few classes or trainings before committing yourself. Most of the time, you will get a few sessions of free classes or trainings. This will give you a "feel" of how is the art like.

What Are You Looking For?

If you love combative spot, street fighting, "no-hold barred" then Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) may be what you are looking for. If striking form of combative art is appealing to you, then you may want to explore Taekwondo, Karate or Muay Thai.

There are many combative arts which emphasise on grappling and restraining techniques. If this is what you are looking for then consider Japanese martial art of Jujitsu, Judo, Brazilian Jiujitsu and Sambo.

If you are looking for combative arts with self-defence components then consider Japanese martial art of Ninjutsu, Hapkido, a form of Korean martial art and Krav Maga, which is developed by the Israel special forces.

There are combative arts which allow a weaker fighter to defense against a larger and even stronger opponent. So if you are looking for such a combative art, you may explore, Japanese martial art of Aikido, Wing Chun Kung Fu and Tai Chi from China.

What is the best martial art? There is no answer to this question. Let me be honest with you, there is no such thing as "the best martial art". Each combative art has its own strengths and weaknesses. They are developed with different qualities and suit different people. Consider the above mentioned factors before committing yourself into one. Pick the one which you enjoy the training and would have fun when doing it. Passion is what keep you to continue with your training.

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