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In Part I of this series, we discussed some of the differences between training for sport MMA and training for real-world violence. Now that the differences, including some of the advantages and disadvantages of each, have been dealt with, let’s look at how to bridge the gap between the two sides. Here are some suggestions on how to make your MMA training more applicable to violence outside the ring, and how to bring the skill and intensity of MMA to your reality-based training… Read More at Personal Defense Network.