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MODERN COMBATIVE SYSTEMS VIDEOS - Principle Based Response (PBR) to a Powerful Low Line Stab
 
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MCS Basic Balance Manipulation Drills 1 & 2
Street Stick Teaser
Inverted Edge Tactics Teaser
Selecting the Al Mar Payara for Inverted Edge Tactics
Weapon Interchangeability
Tough Guy Push Defense
Principle Based Response (PBR) to a Powerful Low Line Stab
Central Nervous System Disruption
Folder into the Fight
MCS Drugstore Combat Cane Basics
Combat Pen Basics featuring the Alpha Innovations Stylus
Self defense with everyday items, the blue plasic comb
Awareness
Selection, carry and deployment - D3 Protection finger sap
Para Flail
    Modern Combative Systems instructor George Matheis explains the Principle Based Response (PBR) to a Powerful Low Line Stab. This allows you to protect your core, block/evade the blade and move you off the center line using one gross motor skill response. As you can see in the video practicing this full speed without pads can be very painful because of the default targeting of the large nerve bundle that is situated int he forearm just below the elbow. Very often in training the weapon will go flying in response to the strike. You will want to wear pads after doing this a few times. Once you have block or evaded the initial stab you can use whatever skill sets you may have.

 
 
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