Guided Chaos Is Back With A Combatives DVD

Pure gold.  I’ve NEVER seen chaos so guided *tear rolls down cheek*:

If you remember my first post on Guided Chaos titled “Sometimes His Mom Lets Him Train“, the video was a pure train wreck.  Obviously as you can see they didn’t take the criticism constructively, instead they made that video private (standard move).

In the above video there are a lot of fancy, low impact looking quick moves.  My gut instinct tells me that would work like bullshit in real life, but what do I know?

0:05 – These quick air moves will at least let your attacker know you’re batshit crazy.  Probably not a bad psychological maneuver actually.  I’d recommend reaching down your pants and pulling poop out though pre-jazz hands, just to up the ante.

0:20 – A LOT of jostling in this video, and slaps and yells at “attackers” which are calmly swaying back and forth.

0:27 – Yesssssss. I knew disarms were coming.  So legit guys.  Take notes.

0:33 – All killer no filler.

0:35 – Those slaps tho…

0:43 – Whoa I thought for a second here the Chaos was going off the rails for a sec… but then I was like “nope…. nope… I see you brAh my bad, it’s guided”.

I think this guy must have attended the Guided Chaos school for CQC:

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Get some more Guided Chaos over at their website Attack Proof, and find out where you can train with them.

Guided-Chaos-Adaptive-DefenseI’m still not entirely sure this isn’t all a big joke, and these guys are the master trolls of the close quarters combat world.

Thoughts?  Would train with?  Would at least *doosh doosh* *doosh doosh* with?

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Tantal74 March 28, 2015 at 02:22 am

I have never been so unable to even.

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ENDO-Mike March 28, 2015 at 02:19 pm

Lol I’m going to use that one.

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Gizmo March 28, 2015 at 02:32 am

Bas Rutten palm strikes!

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Grindstone March 28, 2015 at 10:32 am

You have to make the “ABOING ABOING” noises while you do them.

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Gizmo March 28, 2015 at 06:22 pm

Dangada Dangada Dangada!

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Max March 28, 2015 at 05:12 am

I blinked and missed the Chaos it was so fast. But, is that Krav Maga dude saying “Douche! Douche!” as he punches the invisible Nazi in the throat?

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Never Go Full Yeager March 28, 2015 at 05:41 am

This has to be a joke! Either way it’s fucking hilarious. Someone better save this before it gets taking down.

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Anonymous Coward March 28, 2015 at 06:29 am

it’s like wing chun met your crazy ex girlfriend and they both had sex with Instructor Zero and somehow a child was born of that unholy union. Fast arm punches with no power, slapping, TACHTICHAL HELLBOWS.

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John Fritz March 28, 2015 at 07:02 am

I think those old boys stole some of Mel Gibson’s moves from the beginning of the first Lethal Weapon movie.

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Caleb March 28, 2015 at 08:05 am

Brb gotta go register tacticalslapfight.com

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st4 March 28, 2015 at 09:21 am

*ATATATATA*

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ENDO-Mike March 28, 2015 at 02:19 pm

Lol

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Grindstone March 28, 2015 at 10:33 am

Is the method for fighting off three attackers to scream and flail around?

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Regulus March 28, 2015 at 12:41 pm

Lol

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Socialkaos March 28, 2015 at 02:18 pm

Combat Tourettes

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JohnnyIShootStuff March 28, 2015 at 03:07 pm

It looks like they got trained by Jackie Chan.

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jim bob March 28, 2015 at 05:34 pm

looks a lot like California Kenpo, with all the slappy taps. probably watched Perfect Weapon once too often and ran with it.

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Nathanael S. March 28, 2015 at 08:42 pm

Yeah, even in Krav when we used palm strikes, they were as powerful as punches, not whatever this whiffling air thing is…

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WorkingDog March 29, 2015 at 12:01 am

Is this right? Is “Guided Chaos Combatives” an anagram for “‘e gives such Dadaist combos”?

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45acp March 29, 2015 at 06:30 pm

Reminds me of when I was a kid and me and my friends used to slap fight each other as a way of fighting without real punches so we wouldn’t hurt each other.

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Ray March 30, 2015 at 04:12 am

It’s a real thing. I have the book Attack Proof and the premise, as I remember it, is that martial arts is too scripted/too much like choreography, and therefore too difficult to remember and apply during a heated adrenaline rush. The recommended approach is that you flail like a wild animal, clawing the throat and so on.

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jeff March 30, 2015 at 04:26 am

never go full retard !!!!

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Drew March 30, 2015 at 11:41 am

No linear strikes (if you could call it that) from the Slap Master? Really? Okay, I made the mistake of going to their website, check out their resounding endorsement as they are on the cover of “Black Belt” magazine, and now my head hurts.

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Stoney March 31, 2015 at 08:47 am

I’d rather train with Master Ken. More guided, less chaos, much lethal.

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Stags April 19, 2015 at 05:42 pm

The motions that you are considering slaps, are controlled and they are drills to help one develop sensitivity, body movement, and alignment much like touching hands in Tai Chi. It is meant to develop the neurological skills that will allow one to see openings, and move in a way where you can hit and not take a hit that is devastating. Hence, what you may consider flailing around. It is a real art. I was awarded a green belt in Krav, and a blue belt in kickboxing in Kenpo. I did a few seminars with these guys, and what they teach does work, and I consider it to be superior to Krav in a self defense situation. It is a mixture of some boxing, tai chi concepts, and WWII military combatives basically. To the criticisms, it is something that you truly don’t understand. Take a seminar, and then write a post. I am willing to bet that you would have a different take.

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Wanderer September 9, 2015 at 01:03 pm

The art is designed for self-defense, not sparring, not dominance seeking submission. Self-defense, unfortunately must be lethal. This because it is unknown what attackers have in mind and maiming and death, even by accident are as likely as any motive. Every real ‘martial’ artist recognizes the need to get inside quickly in order to end things. Whereas the hard styles practice fancy kicking and powerful knockout punching, softer styles such as Kung Fu, JKD and Tai Chi offer levels of control. But, all of these seem to fantasize long drawn out sparring battles. Many practitioners of these arts may get lucky and knock out the unwitting or unsuspecting assailant, but not a killer, and his accomplices. And it is not the battle field where you have an army of backup, for all of the ex-military experts.
Basically, what’s not seen in their videos is that the punches are not being thrown. This is because you can’t practice them on a living being. But if you want to know what they feel like when one of the skilled practitioners does hit you with a modicum of the potential energy, jog forward blindfolded with your hands at your side and go straight into a wall. They have a different feel that is difficult to explain because it is so unlike any other hitting. Another notion is a feeling that a bunch of ball peen hammers are hung by the handles on a ring and rattled around against your body parts.
I am not at this time going to compare its similarities and differences to the other arts mentioned because of this glaring difference in intent. However, its main elements are noted clearly on their site, and I would add that it seeks to locate you, flow with you to avoid and move past your offense and defense, and then level strikes using the entire body mass. It does not seek to move you away with pushing blows, it keeps you close until you are out (less than a few seconds). You should be able to feel the difference between a palm “heel” strike (on yourself) under the jaw and a fist to same. The first sends shock waves down the spine, the second causes a deflection which we see is often absorbed. That is why no palm strikes in competition, no chops in competition. Plus what about eye gouges? Can you eye gouge with a fist? Were talking lethal self-defense here.
I’ll leave you with researching for yourselves the extraordinary laundry list of credentials of real life assignments of the creator. He has held high level protection positions and has actually fought many many times where no rules of engagement exist. It isn’t a movie.

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Andy May 1, 2016 at 01:18 pm

I thought GC was ridiculous until I actually started training it. Thing people making fun of this forget is that most of these guys practicing this have black-belts in other styles–karate, wing chun, jiu-jitsu; I’ve met amateur boxers and professional MMA guys at seminars. Biggest takeaway from this system is adaptive movement and body intelligence–if you can move like they can–like feral cats, seriously–then whatever system you’ve practiced is going to be a lot more effective. As an aside, anyone who thinks they’re so big and bad should just show up at a training session and challenge one of their black belts to a close-quarters fight in a bathroom stall or a janitorial closet lol–my guess is they’ll drop you in 10 seconds with strikes you never saw coming, and hits that look like bitch slaps. These guys have an insane amount of dropping power. I’ve studied under some bad asses–Muay Thai, Karate, Boxing, Aikido, Krav Maga, and honest to goodness I’ll take a high-level GC practitioner over them any day.

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