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Striving for Realism: Concerns Common to Martial Arts and Law Enforcement Training

By H. Richard Friman, Ph.D. and Rick Polland, B.A.




Striving for Realism: Concerns Common to Martial Arts and Law Enforcement Training

Realism in martial arts training is often not a priority or a necessity. If one studies martial arts for their practical aspects, such as for the military or law enforcement, the training needs to be realistic. This article presents an analysis of training techniques that come closest to the realistic situations one might encounter.

SOURCE: Journal of Asian Martial Arts, Vol. 3 No. 4 (1994): 6 pages.


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