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PostSubject: Russell Stutely's Body Alarm Reaction   Thu Oct 09, 2008 3:07 pm

Hello, all,

Has anyone here worked with Russell Stutelyís BAR (Body Alarm Reaction)? Iíd be interested to hear your experiences with it, either in training with a non-compliant partner or in a real fight. As demonstrated, the results are highly effective, incapacitating the opponent for five or ten secondsólong enough to finish the fight unimpeded or vacate the premises.

If you havenít seen BAR, hereís a link.

Thanks,

--Dave

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35QRzsHlJUY
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PostSubject: Re: Russell Stutely's Body Alarm Reaction   Thu Oct 09, 2008 3:54 pm

I donít think a day goes by where I donít mention BAR in relation to working techniques and or concepts. It is another valuable player to the game. One just has to keep in mind that not everyone reacts in exactly the same way to a given stimulus.
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PostSubject: Re: Russell Stutely's Body Alarm Reaction   Thu Oct 09, 2008 4:23 pm

Thanks, Roadkill,

That's interesting. Can you tell me a bit more about the reactions you get? For example, do some people not react at all? Do some go down and not get up? It's clearly a very potent technique and I'd like to get more of a handle on it. If it's anywhere near as effective as billed, it could be a real game-changer.

Thanks again,

--Dave
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PostSubject: Re: Russell Stutely's Body Alarm Reaction   Thu Oct 09, 2008 7:10 pm

4444 wrote:
Thanks, Roadkill,

That's interesting. Can you tell me a bit more about the reactions you get? For example, do some people not react at all? Do some go down and not get up? It's clearly a very potent technique and I'd like to get more of a handle on it. If it's anywhere near as effective as billed, it could be a real game-changer.

Thanks again,

--Dave

Hey 4444

BAR goes beyond a single technique. BAR stands for Body Alarm Reaction, which basically describes how the body will generally respond to a given stimuli. Here is a ruff example: If someone is caught off guard with a strike to the stomach, their hands will go to the injured area, the body will bend forward and the chin will be tucked in. Now letís say someone is caught off guard and they get kicked in the balls, the hands will go to the injured area, the body will bend forward, the knees will begin to buckle and their chin will be up (exposing the trachea). So you see there are specific reactions to specific stimuli. However all is dependent on A) how effective were you with the strike and accuracy and B) the persons ability to withstand said strike.

In the technique shown in the video I have little doubt that some time can be bought when someone is double palm struck to the head. It may only be a second or two, or they could just be done. It will probably rock your cage though.
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PostSubject: Re: Russell Stutely's Body Alarm Reaction   Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:21 pm

Got it. Thanks, Roadkill.
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PostSubject: Re: Russell Stutely's Body Alarm Reaction   Fri Oct 10, 2008 12:23 am

The vid you show is interesting. Watching it, some questions arise. Okay, so if your hands are up, you won't be able to jam the arm? And yet, you can do a double palm strike? That doesn't make any sense. If you are arguing that you have the time to strike if you identify an incoming blow early enough (something with which I have no problem). Then how can you say using a practically identical movement (palms striking the arm as opposed to the head) you couldn't execute a jam? Too, it seems to ignore the concept, at least in this vid, of a flinch response. Myself, an arm is coming fast at me, an arm I may only glimpse with peripheral vision, an arm which I must assume has a weapon (ie knife), then I am going to try and jam that arm. Ideally striking back as I do. At least that's how its gone in training to date.
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