There’s one truth that all the pajama-wearing martial artists know but will almost never admit: a real fight, a knock-down, drag-out struggle with a determined attacker, has nothing at all to do with belts, bowing or ancient traditions. It’s about putting your opponent down as fast and hard as you can, by any means possible.
With more than 20 years of experience in law enforcement dealing with the most violent scum skid row had to offer, retired cop Loren Christensen knows what works on the street and what won’t, and he has distilled his knowledge into a video that teaches all the dirty tricks you need to learn in order to win a real fight. Focusing on gross motor movements that require a minimum of practice to execute, Christensen shows you how to perform a series of quick, hard strikes that will make your attacker wish he’d stayed at home. From there, he teaches you defenses against some of the most common street attacks, including lapel and wrist grabs, wild haymaker punches and tackle attempts.
From turning the tables on a skilled opponent to quickly taking out a thug who’s after your wallet, the techniques in this video are vital for street survival.
Loren Christensen has learned the hard way that real fights are far more explosive and violent than karate sparring matches, a lesson proven over and over during his 28-year career as a police officer in Portland, Oregon.