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Tony Blauer
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There s a lot of diverse info in the archived section on this. ODnt look for a specific thread to answer the 'black & white' of your question, look for the essence. Also, you must separate defintions for arenas. MMA and street might apply the same tactic but the 'intention' should be very different, one is a sport where 'submission' or victory through endurance or points is sought, the street is a bout perosnal safet and while the components of technique, endurance and will [etc.] may be similar the level of aggression as it relates to intention, should be completley different [and remember, force must parallel danger]. SO overcoming this, starts with redifining the philosophy. Tony
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You're not the first to bring this up here. Tony addresses it on the Cerebral Self-Defense audiotape.
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There is alot of concentration on over coming the fear of getting hurt. What about overcoming inhibitions of inflicting harm on another human being. Such as in NHB or even in the street. Ex.. applying an arm bar and have the intention of breaking the arm, rather than holding it until your opponent taps. How does a person get over this.

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