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36385961 Royal Marine Corps Unarmed Combat Course Peter Brown

36385961 Royal Marine Corps Unarmed Combat Course Peter Brown

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UnarmedCombatCourse
PREPAREFOR
T10N
"st
,oople's
""''''0.
to
helng
AC
hreatened
or
attackedispanicorconfusion..Asarasulttheyendup
as
victims,even
if
theyfightbach.Butbystayingcalm
and
following
a
carefulstrategyof
self
defenceit
;s
possible
to
turnthe
tables
on
an
attacker.
Withgoodjudgementand
a
bitofluckyoumayevenbeabletodefusethesitua-lionwithoutrecoursetoviolence.But
if
you
are
forced
to
counter-attack,youmustrememberthatunlessyouareinacombatzoneyouarestillsub-jectto
the
law.
Theuse
of
reasonableforce
Inwar,
there
arefew
rulessavethoseofsurvival.Butincivilianlifeyoumustadheretothewell-estab-
lished_principle
ofcommonlawthatyoucanonlyusersusonubleforcetodefendyourselfagainstunjustifiedettack.Section3oftheCriminalLawAct.
1967
providesthataperson
may
use'suchforceasisreasonablyneces-saryinthepreventionofcrime,orineffectingthelawfularrestofoffendersorsuspectedoffendersorofpersonsunlawfullyatlarge'.Butwhatconsti-tutes'reasonableforce'isnotspeltout-so
if
youuseadegreeofforcethatthepoliceconsiderunreasonable,youGouldfaceprosecution.Unarmedcombatcancauseseriousinjuryorevendeath.
If
yougotoofar,youcouldface
a
chargeofgrievousbodilyharm,orevenmurderorman-slaughter.Likewise,thetechniquesshouldonlybepractisedinthe-correctenvironmentforlearningandunderaskilledinstructor.
Practice
makes
perfect
Fastreflexesareveryimportant
in
selfdefence;whenthecrunchcomesyou
will
nothavetimetothinkandprepareyourmoves.Theonlywaytodevelopyourreflexes
isto
practisewith
a
compatiblepartnerunderpropersupervision.Youmustprac-tiseuntilyoucanremaintotallyalertbutwithyourmusclesrelaxed:tensemusclesdonotfunctionsowell.
DEFENCEAGAINSTKICKS
Thekickls
oneoltha
mo.tdan!lerClUSattacks
you
canface;the
legmusclesarethe
strongestinthehumanbodyandcendlreer
D
footorkneewithgreataccuracyandforce.Itis
therefClro;>vervimport<lnlto
learnhowtodefendvourselfagainst.such
an
attack,
Inthissection
we
will
deal
with
two
situa
tions:
(T1
defendingyourselffromthegroundand(21theshincheck.
Part
2ofth..
Unarmed
Combat
Coursewill
look
athowto
floor
anattacker
who
i$
attemptingtokickvouandhowtoperform8eress-armparry,by
Peter
BrownMBE.eX'-RoyalMaImsCommando
and41h
Dan/BlackBelt)inJudo
Defensive
Stance
Whenpraparinqtc
'respondtoanattack
the
bodyshould
move
to'.
eta-rocthatISrnobueend
preparedforactlon,
Thearmsshoufubs
prepared
"0
stn<';.
At
thesametime.you
shouldputona"ringing.
learful
responsesoastolullvour
opponentihtoafa.lse"
senseofsecuritv.Heisthenmorelikelytopresent'youwithan
oppo
rtunity
to
cowrrter-
attack,Thebodyshouldbelurne.dsjdew8Y~sothatyou
olfslyouropponenl
[heminimumarncurrroftarget-andyoualsoprotectvitalcrqenssueh
asvourstomach.solar
plexusandtesticles.Thebase
is:
irnportent.Bothfeelshouldbe
placed
shoulderwidth"part.wirnequalweight
oneach
foot.
The
Ieet
shculd
movein
srnaltstepsso
(hal
you
arewithlnGIDsestrikingdistanceof
YIZIU
raHac:ker.
Defendingyourselfwhenlying
on
theground
You
areatyour
mostwinellible~onthe
glOUnd.
ana
unlessyouleactqLiicktyand
po.o;ilivelyi""
arB
in'trouble.YourresooosesshauC!beasfollows:
1ProtOCI\'OOrhe.-1drom
l<icks
by
usingyourarmsaoo
protectyourspine
by
tylrl9Onyour
back
i~
aposniooinwh-1d1
you
rnnswivelroundeasily
26
2SWivel
rDund
anduseyourlegs
to
blccka
kicking
acton-
3Bb::k
a
kid<
with
one
leg
anduseyourfree
leg
to
tripuptI1effitBcker.
 
THEFOURPRINCIPLESOFSELF
Self-defence
shnuIdaIwa
V~
10
now
1
hese
four
steps:
1PreventionItisfarbettertoprevantsnattackoccurringat~IIrathe-trren
to
defe~dyourselfinafightthatyounnightnotwn,Todothisvoumust
USB
brain,notblawn,anddecidewhetheryoucanresolvethasituationwithout
violence,
I.maynot
be
possible.yourapponenfmevnotgiveyouthe
option,
but
itcanbeworthatrv,
2.
AWarenessItis
veryeasy
toConeentrateaxel
usively
onwhatyouaredoingratherthan
pay
attentiontoyourlocalsurrounding5ThisisarecipeJorbeingambushed,
Do
rlotwandernearunsecured
COVeL
Plan
ahead
and
thin~throughtherouteyouwilltake.Youraim
IS
torsouceths
opportunities
'forasuccesst.nattack.
3
ReleaseOnce-you,get
used
to
thinking"headandbecomingaware
of
possiele
r;sksyouwillonlyhavetoconcentrateonreleases:techniquestor
use
aqainstdifferentlormsof
attack.
Thisserieswillshow
youa
'simpls
seriesof
releases,
Youcangaintimetoworkoutaplanofaction
by
showingnoresistance
atfirst:
lookhumbleand
even
grovel
8,
bit.
Thiscanmake
anattacker
over-confidentand
off
hisguard,
II
itdoescometoblows
and
the
attackeris
armed,deal
with
the
weapon
hefnre
theman.
4Escape
Once
released,
you
sheuldtake
th
e
fi
rstopportun
i
ty
to
escapeand
galout
afoanger,There
is-nothingtcbe
gainedbyhangingabaut.Remennbar:throug~autthe
confrontation
stavcal-nand
evaluatethesituationasit
develops,
Themathods
describedintheUnarmed
Comba1
Course
aredemonstrated
by
twoRoyalMarine
Physical
TrainingInstructors.TheM~rinewiththedarkhair
and
moustacherepresents
the
attaukar,andthe
Onewithfai,h.iristhe
daf'ender.
Preparedforaction
Whenfaced
with
a
dang,eroussituation.the
body
willautomaticallyprepareitsel,lforactionusingthe'flightorfight'response:hormonesarereleasedilndthenervoussystemsendssignalslOallpartsohhe
body,
Thistriggersthefbllowing
body
responses:
1Sweating
increasas
ctol1elp
cool
thebody
2
Blood
clottinq
abilityincreas"s~prepannll
for
possible
injury
3
Blood
isdiverted
tothemuscles,a~d
rnu5clefibr6~
[ense,~readyforaction
4Sensesa,eactiva,ed-torr
akayoumentallyalert5
Breathingratespeeds
uP~MS1,ils
and
theairpasssqesin
thelungsopen
up
to
Ijll,n
rnoreoxygen6The
heartbeat
speeds
up,
and
bleed
pressurerises7TheliverreleaSessugar,cholesteroland
fatty
acidsimatheblood10supplyInstante~srgytothemuscles8Thebladderandbowelnnusclesclosedown.
Anynon-essentiala
ctivityceases.
ThebodvIs
now
fulIypreparedforaction,
Andnowyou
mustprepareyourself10takeappropriate'action,Remember-keep
cool,
O<llmand
couectea.
The
first
6PB
rtaaftheUnarmed
Co
mba!Courseare:
,,,ThapriricrplBS
ahelf-defenoeBndtwo
defe"c,,"
against
kicks,2..Defenceagainstkicksandnowtofll)oryou,
Bttaoke"
3,Def""""mQainstwri.tholds.4,Atmlocksandwrl'stloeks,5and6.Howtoes,,"p&fromahold.
 
UnarmedCombatCourse
No.2..
NGTHE
If
someonesets
on
youwithout
warning,
thec.hancesarethathe'llattack'feetfirst,kicking
viciously.
Soit'svitaltoknowhowtodefendyourselfproperlyagainstkicksand,
if
possible,toturnthe
tables
onyourattacker.Thesimplestdefencereliesallvery
fastreactions:jumpclear,
and
leave
theattackerbalancing-ornot-ononeleg.Buthemaybeilltooclose,orcomeatyoutooquickly.So,inthissection,wearedealingwithmorepositivedefencesagainstakiekingassailant.Theyare:
Turnandlift
The.turnandliftt&Chniqueusestheprincipleofminimumforcebutwithgreateffect:itusestheattacker',momentumagainsthim.
Mostattackers
will
kickwiththerightfoot.Iltl,,,vhannen
te
usatheleftfoot.thenuse
the
~,,!~~~~b~ut~o~"~t~h~e,!DPPosite
side.

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