Educational documentary on the struggle for control inside a maximum security penitentiary.
►Take my 7-DAY MARTIAL ARTS CHALLENGE! http://senseiando.com/updates/ Martial artists may not agree on what makes up the best fighting stance, but I'll bet we can all agree on the worst! In this video, I talk about the worst self-defense position that anyone can find themselves falling into... whether they want to or not! Here's the main idea... You’ve heard of fight, flight, or freeze. Well, the worst self-defense position combines all three. Let's say you're suddenly under attack... Your head leans backward, taking flight... your hands punch forward, ready to fight... and your mind freezes, unable to commit to either plan. I call this the "Triple-F Stance". First, because your body reacts with fight, flight, and freeze all at the same time. Second, because if you fall into the Triple-F Stance, you are Triple F’d! The Triple-F Stance will get you killed if the bad guy is committed to coming after you. That’s why the most important habit in fighting is maintaining a strong, balanced fighting stance no matter what happens. If this sounds familiar, it's okay. Anyone can fall into a Triple-F Stance. Anyone can be exhausted, caught off-guard, overwhelmed by multiple attackers, or get injured and start panicking. Falling into a Triple-F Stance is not the mistake... the mistake is staying in a Triple-F Stance! Being frozen between fight and flight will get you killed. To survive, you must break the indecision and commit to a plan of action as quickly as possible. So, if you feel yourself being pulled in opposite directions, snap out of it and fix your stance! Don’t even think about fighting back until you’ve recovered a strong position. Here's a drill to help you recover... ROUND #1: Get a partner. Let him pad up so he can grab, punch, and kick at you. Don’t hit back. Just focus on holding your stance. ROUND #2: Turn up the speed and power. Then add another attacker or two. But don't hit back yet! You will have a hard enough time just staying on your feet. ROUND #3: You can hit back now! Follow-up with your own punches and kicks or just run to a corner of the room you designate as a "safe zone". This simple drill is a great way to get your self-defense priorities straight. The biggest mistake would thinking you don't need to do it! So, do it! :) THANKS FOR WATCHING! For more tips on martial arts training, self-defense, and living a happy life, check out these links... ►SUBSCRIBE on YouTube: http://bit.ly/SenseiAndo ►Read the article: http://www.senseiando.com/worst-self-... ►Take my 7-DAY MARTIAL ARTS CHALLENGE! http://www.senseiando.com/updates/ ►Get FREE Email Updates on everything I do: http://www.senseiando.com/updates/ ►Listen to my PODCAST on Martial Arts Living: http://www.senseiando.com/fight-for-a-happy-life/ ►TRAIN WITH ME in person, online, or at a seminar. http://www.senseiando.com/contact/ ▼ FOLLOW ME ▼ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SenseiAndo INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ando_mierzwa/ Keep fighting for a happy life! :) ★ LIKE ★ SHARE ★ SUBSCRIBE ★ WARNING: The advice and movements shown in this video are for informational and educational purposes only. Consult a doctor before engaging in any exercise or martial arts program.
Beautiful Mountain Alps: Wild Goats Fighting (Alpine Ibex) Taken with a Canon 600 mm telephoto with a tripod and 5D Mk III with ML. Ibex are wild goats that live in the mountainous regions of Europe, north central Asia and northern Africa. There are five species of ibex, according to the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS). They have long, curved horns and cloven hooves. Males have long beards. Ibex are related to antelopes, buffalo, bison, cattle, goats and sheep. Ibex are the most frequent wild bovids of the Alps and related to goats. Most eye-catching are their curved horns. Those of the males can grow up to 1m and weigh as much as 15 kg. Horns grow a lifetime but less with increasing age. An individual's age can be told from the annual rings visible on the back of the horns. Ibex have a compact body on sturdy legs. While males, called bucks, can reach a bodyweight from 80 kg up to 150 kg, goats hardly ever exceed 50 kg. Ibex are strong jumpers and sure-footed climbers. This enables them to move easily in their steep, inaccessible terrain. Living above tree limit, they have a very thick coat and are able to survive even with only sparse nutrition. Males join the female herds in late autumn for the rut season in December/January and depart in early spring. Male bachelor herds form during summer and have a distinct hierarchy, based on age, size and strength. Playful fights occur to clarify this ranking: Bucks rear up on their hind legs before crashing their horns together. During the rut most high-ranking bucks avoid each other, minimizing the number of serious conflicts. For more information on Alpine Ibex visit: Facts About Ibex: http://www.livescience.com/28102-ibex.html Alpine Ibex: http://www.waza.org/en/zoo/visit-the-zoo/sheep-goats-chamois-and-musk-ox-1254385523/capra-ibex-ibex Alpine Ibex defies gravity on Italian near-vertical dam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cd8-xllm8uI Attribution: Christof Steirer - Steinböcke im Herbst 2013 Original video can be found at: https://vimeo.com/79206924 Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Arguably the most annoying bad girl ever but she acted that way on purpose to troll the shit out of everyone. I didn't like her at first but then grew to love her troublemaking manly ass.
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