How to Fight the Pain Resistant Attacker: Fighting Drunks, Dopers, the Deranged and Others who Tolerate Pain
There is a truth in the world of hand-to-hand combat that too many martial artists aren't aware of or refuse to believe: Every time you discover a sure-thing technique, one that makes all your training partners groan and writhe in agony, there exists out there in the mean streets, a host of people who won't feel it. People like these: Attackers with large muscle bulk or large fat bulk; Attackers intoxicated on alcohol; Attackers under the influence of drugs; Attackers out of control with rage; Attackers who are mentally deranged; Attackers who feel pain but like it. This book isn't about working out with a training partner -- it's about surviving a desperate street attack against a nightmare who doesn't acknowledge what you thought was your best shot. Best-selling martial arts author Loren W Christensen's service as a military policeman during the Vietnam War, his 25 years as a street cop, and his training in the martial arts since 1965 have provided him with real-world experience dealing with violent people, especially those who have a high tolerance to pain. Loren shows you dozens of tried-and-true, step-by-step techniques that target specific parts of the body that will disorient a pain-resistant assailant, destroy his will, and disable his physical ability to keep attacking.
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