I've spoken in a couple of threads just about the beariers that i've had to break in martial arts. Including one of finding out what I could do in a self defence way. For instance, since I was in a wheel chair for the most part of my younger life, I didn't have a whole lot of strength, I don't have much now by the way. So when sombody would try to wrestle me to the ground my guess is there thoughts would be like"I can take this guy, I'm probably a ton stronger then he is" or something like that. Well there are more ways to protect yourself with just your bare hands even if you don't have alot of strength. I've been doing a martial art called Kuk Sool Won, and among other things, one of the things that they teach are pressure points, and how to use there opponents strength against them. I think there are alot of ways that martial arts can teach people with and without dissabilities to use different parts of the body to there advantage. Do any of you have any examples of this in your particular martial art?