Re: "Sly's combative concepts"
I reckon he could do with less yakking on (and ditch the unnecessary swearing) and just get to the point faster. The points he does have, based on what seems to be fast, no-mucking-about self-defence that comes from his experience, what he says makes reasonable enough sense to me. For example, where I've practiced Aikido, there has been no training for common modern attacks, like sucker punches or swings, and in a real situation, any techniques are going to have to executed extremely fast and very directly to be effective.
Last edited by Currawong : 06-06-2016 at 06:32 AM.