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Personal training for self defense

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Personal training for self defense

I work weird hours and also studying, and only 2 places I can get to easily are Combative Concepts www.combativeconceptsama.ca or Undisputedmma www.undisputedmma.ca.

Which of these two would you choose for personal training assuming the head instructor teaches me?

Both schools are a mix of bjj, MT, boxing but one has JKD and the other is Kali.
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Markham
Best defense is not getting into these situations.
Avoid dark alleys and don't carry (display) valuables.
Some people have weapons. And you are in such situation, just give them the money....your life ain't worth $50-100.
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Mississauga
Bruce Lee would say Wing Chun is the best. I don't disagree.
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kenchau wrote: Bruce Lee would say Wing Chun is the best. I don't disagree.
Actually he started off with Wing Chun and he found it inefficient. He invested his own art....
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So JKD is better than kali? I like the JKD concept of being able to adopt what I find useful and add to it, and not learn blindly what the instructor teaches. Do you do kali or wingchun or jkd (I do plan to carry a small assisted opening folder just in case).

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