Sunday, April 16, 2017

Combat training doesn't make you invincible

It's important to realize that no matter how much training you have in combat, there's still the possibility that you could get hurt or killed like a complete amateur. There's so many variables that could affect the chances of you surviving or dying by a fatal mistake. You can take as many self defense and martial arts classes as you want. You can undergo extensive training but there will always be variables that are outside of your control. We can never be prepared for absolutely everything.

That's why you need to choose your battles wisely. Don't think that you can find an excuse to get into a street fight or a violent situation and expect your training to save you 100%. You are responsible for the actions you take or don't take. Sure you might get into a fight and win once or a couple of times on the street. Nonetheless, you will eventually come across a situation never encountered before and you could get hospitalized or killed. If you end up in a hospital, don't go around playing the blame game then claim that what i or others showed you is completely useless.

Want to know who your enemy is? Look in the mirror. That's your enemy. Fight your own ego because that's what could potentially cause your downfall if you get too ahead of yourself. The best combat training is one that you won't ever have to use in the streets.

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