Synopses & Reviews
In real-world combat the one thing you can absolutely depend on is the rush of adrenaline into your system. In Real Fighting, Quinn reveals how you can learn to control the adrenaline response in the midst of the fear, confusion and intensity of a violent confrontation and channel it to shut down the bully's verbal challenge and avoid the fight altogether or pound him into the pavement when all else fails.
Techniques learned in the dojo rarely work in a real fight. Here the author of A Bouncer's Guide to Barroom Brawling offers a practical solution. Learn how to control the rush of adrenaline into your system and harness it effectively to shut down the bully's antics or pound him into the pavement when all else fails.
About the Author
Peyton Quinn is the dean of barroom brawling. He began his training in formal martial arts systems in 1964, eventually achieving rank in karate, judo and aikido. While he continues to respect and explore Asian martial arts systems, his real-world experience has shown him that for most people, training in martial arts alone is not enough for real fighting.