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PLEASE READ THIS: A MUST SEE for any serious practitioners of FMA. Doug Marcaida demonstrates knife fighting concepts and training methodologies. These concepts cover multiple opponents or targets with one feeder partner, situational awareness leading to escapes from holds, grips and captures. This was filmed under a training environment with participants of varying skill levels. The concepts demonstrated do not reflect "reality based training" - they are skill development drills. This video was filmed during a MARCAIDA/MASTRO Seminar in Belgium.
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