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    *This technique is street tested...actually, it was created on the street!

    About a month ago, one of our students (a police officer BTW) had a street thug lunge at his throat in an apparent attempt to choke him. This technique is basically the way Bill naturally reacted to the attack. I thought it was very fluid and according to Bill, effective. =)

    DEFENSE: Two hand high line choke attempt
    STANCE: Natural

    1) As opponent grabs for your throat step up the circle to about 2:00 assuming a right neutral bow simultaneously executing a right inward verticle block directly behind opponents left elbow (This action takes the opponent off course and turns them clockwise creating an angle of obscurity and opens up some great targets and also cancels out their other arm)

    2) As opponent turns execute a left hammer fist strike to the brachial cluster (soft area behind the ear next to the jawline)

    3) Follow up with a right hammer fist strike to opponent's left kidney or floating rib and cover out.

    Short, sweet, and effective. Flows nice too! =) give it a try and tell me what you think. I'll try to film a clip of it this week and post it for you as well.

    Stay Safe! =)
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    Default Re: The Bill Shultze Technique

    Cool. I run it through my mind and I hear POP,POP,POP! followed by a thud as he hits the ground.

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    Default Re: The Bill Shultze Technique

    Me too. I am sitting in my Microeconomics class and thinking to myself now the hand movements remind me of repeating mace, altering the targets.
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    Aw, it's Papa Bill's technique... He showed me how it went down as well, and yes, it is very fluid. Go Bill a.k.a. "Dr. Death"!!!

    Celtic_Crippler - doesn't it seem that just about everyone in our school has had to use one of our techniques in the "real world"?
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    (*this is where a punch would be landed)

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    Well...look at most of their occupations!

    Just last night Bonecracker was saying that some crazy guy that actually had a court order against him to never, ever return to the Med-Center came in and stabbed one of the nurses in triage(?spelling) with a fork!

    He said we'll probably have a lot of new students from there soon! LOL. Apperently this guy was banned because he continuously attacked the staff. Bobby said he even attacked him once (what an idiot, right?) and he just sat on him till the cops had him cuffed. Kenpo or not, I can't see any sane individual attacking him. LOL (FYI: Bobby, aka Bonecracker is about 6'4 and 300 lbs. He's the human equivilant of a grizzly bear! LOL)

    ....but anyway...yes we do have several students that have never had to use their skills for defense. Hopefully they never will! =)
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    Default Re: The Bill Shultze Technique

    Interesting Technique.
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    He was telling me about that fruit loop tues night. I think we might have a few new students from that one incident.

    What about the tech Bill used on the guy in the back of the ambulance? That one is just cool.



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    Default Re: The Bill Shultze Technique

    About a month ago, one of our students (a police officer BTW) had a street thug lunge at his throat in an apparent attempt to choke him. This technique is basically the way Bill naturally reacted to the attack. I thought it was very fluid and according to Bill, effective. =)
    We should soon have a video up on theakko.com demonstrating this technique.
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    Default Re: The Bill Shultze Technique

    Love to see it, let us know when its posted.
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    Default Re: The Bill Shultze Technique

    Good job Doc!

    PS- I'm planning on coming to class Sat am. Hope to see you guys there!

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    Default Re: The Bill Shultze Technique

    No class on Saturday! We'll be out of town at the Vic Leroux seminar.
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