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Welcome to Episode #112 of the Fight for a Happy Life podcast, “Lessons From Being Choked Out.”
When I started training in the martial arts, I practiced a long list of moves to escape from chokes. No air, no problem… right?
It turned out that there’s a big difference between a “practice choke” and a REAL strangulation. Thankfully, I found out before someone tried to really kill me!
Thanks to teachers like Carl Cestari and “Judo” Gene LeBell, I had the chance to feel how effective (and terrifying!) being choked out can be. Those experiences also taught me a few good life lessons, which I’d like to share with you.
Before you listen to the podcast, you might also want to check out my video, How to Survive a Choke. It might come in handy!
To LISTEN to “Lessons From Being Choked Out,” you can either:
- Play the audio podcast below… or download to your device.
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To WATCH the video version, scroll down below.
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Thanks for listening! Keep fighting for a happy life!
Lessons From Being Choked Out
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