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TechZone ► https://goo.gl/Gj3wZs If you like to watch sports events, you've probably noticed that the competition is especially intense in the last few seconds. At this point the medal winner is decided, and many athletes often save strength for the final second. But sometimes in those situations, a few moments before the end of the game, or the race, really amazing things happen. Call them what you will: miracles, unexpected comebacks, incredible results, but in the end it's the same. These seconds are remembered for a long time by fans and enter the history of the sport. Today we've gathered the best final moments for you, so...
http://www.VictorMarx.com Lesson #1: How to not get knocked out Ok this is a first and your seeing it. My first instruction executive level personal protection video on YouTube. So this is my gift to you in lesson #1 "How not to get knocked out" in a self defense situation. Watch, like, share and you're on your way to becoming your own body guard! :-) "Recently he [Victor] walked into a conflict area of Burma and helped to train our Free Burma Ranger ethnic humanitarian relief teams. His humility, faith, humor, world class speed, fighting skills, and back ground as a U.S. Marine, created instant credibility and rapport. His humor, humility and honest sharing of his life experiences and the tragedies he has endured, creates an instant bond with those who have suffered.” — David Eubank (Maj. R. 2/75 RGR, 1st Special Forces Group (A); Founder, Free Burma Rangers "Victor Marx comes with my strongest recommendation. He is an exceptional martial artist and trainer. His techniques are practical, efficient, fast, and deadly. In my opinion, he teaches a superb system for combat. In over 30 years of service, mostly with Rangers and Special Mission Units, and having been taught a myriad of combatives and H2H techniques, Mr. Marx’ abilities and teaching methods surpass any I have seen. Victor Marx is a true warrior and combatives instructor and any military unit would benefit from his instruction and techniques." — Sergeant Major Greg Birch, U.S. Army (Ret.), Service included 75th Ranger Regiment and the 1st SFOD-D, SM of Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG) "Victor is an subject matter expert (SME) and instructor in Hand to Hand combative and edge weapons for special operations forces. I recommend Victor for any work with conventional, insurgent and native military/para-military forces.” — Jeffery Strickland Ph.D, LTC (Ret) Professor at West Point Military Academy, Author of Mathematical Modeling of Warfare and Combat Phenomenon "Despite everything he endured he continued to press forward, to fight, to persevere. I am a better man for knowing him and I am thankful to count Victor Marx a friend and a brother.” — Senior Chief David A. Hansen, Navy SEAL
Charlie Chaplin In His New Job 1915 Charlie is trying to get a job in a movie. After causing difficulty on the set he is told to help the carpenter. When one of the actors doesn't show, Charlie is given a chance to act but instead enters a dice game. When he does finally act he ruins the scene, wrecks the set and tears the skirt from the star. Release date: February 1, 1915 Genre: Short, Comedy Country: United States Language: English Directed by Charles Chaplin Produced by Jess Robbins Written by Charlie Chaplin, Louella Parsons Starring: Charles Chaplin, Ben Turpin, Charlotte Mineau, Leo White, Robert Bolder, Charles J. Stine, Arthur W. Bates, Jess Robbins Edited by Bret Hampton, Charlie Chaplin Distributed by Essanay Studios IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 (1,267 Votes) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0005489/ Charlie Chaplin All films are in the public domain worldwide because under current International Copyright Law all films made before 1923 are public domain. Copyright: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/publicdomain/
I am going to a Jab Specialist. I have developed some bad habits after suffering a shoulder injury. Now that I'm all better, I'm going to see professional boxing coach Jesse Thompson so fix my broken Jab. Coach Thompson; https://www.coachthompsonboxing.com/ https://www.instagram.com/coachthompsonboxing/ Grant Brothers Boxing; http://www.grantbrothersboxing.com/
A brief overview of some of our jab counter ideas - please note this is not a tutorial, just a collaboration of ideas. Each movement has its own set of benefits and negatives so an experienced trainer should be able to advise you which to use and which not to so as best to use them productively.