This is Russell Stutely. He seems to have a gentle soul and the last thing that he wants to do is kill you. In fact all he wants to do is help you to
defend yourself. This clip of Russell Stutely caught my attention several months ago because it shows what I believe to be the most lethal form self
defense in the world. This man , Mr Stutely, trains LEO’s up and and down the east coast of the US in his seminars. His classes are now open to
non-LEO’s (non-Law Enforcement Officers) and one of my goals is to attend one of Mr Stutely’s classes.
ATS, I’m not asking if you think this is a conspiracy! This man can drop a two hundred pound man with what looks to be nothing more than a lazy slap
to the skull.
This man is a master of utilizing pressure points on the body. He turns his training partners’ knees and legs to jelly in less than a second.
However this IS the site for the world’s best conspiracy minds to gather and conspire . CAN you debunk this? If you think you can please provide
your evidence for thinking so.
Ladies, watch this clip and see what can be done to a “would be” assailant that is twice your size.
And all you little guys, actually all you guys of all sizes, watch this master in action
The most amazing thing is that one doesn't need to "hit the point of a pin" in order to perform these techniques. That's incredible in case you
don't realize it.
In case you're reading this. (which nobody has, apparently, thus far)
Zatara, he is not acting. Guys in martial arts classes are often happy to be used for this sort of thing. I can't explain all the reasons , but
there are many I'm sure. I have learned a great deal from being one of the dummies for some martial arts teacher I've had. Being able to take pain
is always seen as impressive, so maybe it's something to do with that. This isn't acting. Check out the second link with the montage, you will see
over and over again he is hitting the same spots and having the same results. Thanks for your reply.
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