Martial Arts against Multiple Opponents by Lor Mun Mak
This book will explain how to develop an effective approach to defending yourself against multiple attacker situations and also question some of the less effective strategies that are out there in the martial arts world.
|Publisher:||Lor Mun Mak|
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About the Author
I immersed myself into Martial Arts for four decades, travelling the world to expand my understanding of how to handle multiple attackers. During this time, I faced countless challenges from street gangs, thugs and other competing systems. I had a reputation for getting the job done, but I found I had to deviate from the rigidity found in training halls. I had to accept the arts have their failings, and I modified approaches while still respecting the original teachings. The gains and understandings I developed were beyond my expectations, but it clashed heavily with the emphasis on the increasing commercial value placed on one to one competitive fighting.Having no interest in the competitive side of the arts, my focus for the following decades shifted to having a university education, which resulted in becoming a respected health professional. For the last thirty years, my role has been a consultant in Martial Art skills; an advisory putting reality into training programs, focusing on defence skills against multiple and armed attackers. A little older now with youthful spirit, it is time to tell the world of an important part that is missing in Martial Arts training programs. The result is a book ‘The End of Martial Arts: The Two Worlds’, which will give interested parties the best starting point possible to the realities of defence against a group attack, a ten year collaboration with my good friend and co-author.