Not a really major discussion topic, just curious what rules the posters go by on this thread.
if you ko the other guy ... you have to give him mouth to mouth to revive him ...
anyone wanna spar ... i KO very easily :D
UFC rules for full contact. Otherwise we just grapple with no strikes.
If they aren't really into MA, or they don't know how to grapple, I usually just go at it with them at however hard they go. And no elbows, knees or nut shots. If they're into MMA, we usually seperate it into standup only and grappling only. But sometimes we will do both.
i always just let the other guy decide. i've gone from WTF TKD rules to san shou rules to stand up and grappling together (i guess you could call it MMA Lite rules). my favored set is the mma rules since that has the most freedom, but i don't get to do that as often as i'd like to. usually get stuck with kick boxing type rules, only with tkd.
I like promise sparring. It's basically anything goes, but the stipulation is that if you're gonna play rough, you better be prepared to recieve as hard as you dish out.
Loser buys the winner a hooker.
Drunk promise sparring! Yay!
It depends on how heavy the sparring is. If we're just warming up a bit then we start out slow with "point-sparring" style hits and speed ourselves up as we go along.
If we've been working for awhile and then we spar, usually we just kinda go "Fight Club" about it and try not to do any permenant damage.
Te No Kage!
point sparring, light contact, you know....teh ghey
semi contact, 50% power with pads, leg kicks
full contact, 100% power same as semi with no pads/bare knuckle
Standing and grappling – No knees or elbows to the head for blue belt and below
No kicks to the knees, No groin attacks, fish hooks, eye gouge
Finger locks OK
Contact – light to head = make it sting a little but no real damage
Medium to the body = should hurt but not do any real damage
The contact can go up if both parties want it and skill level is close to the same.
If female with male, female may use elbows to the side and top of the head on the ground.
I use rules similar to K-1 when I spar. You can clinch and you can knee, but you can't elbow or go for a takedown. Contact is light to medium.
No gloves, no pads. No head shots. (I'm not advanced yet) No knees, elbows, or groin shots. Takedowns are ok. You know, the beginner sanshou rules.
Then sometimes I meet someone who wants to go all out. So, its until tap-out. No biting, no groin shots. No pads or gloves. And thats fun as hell.
iska or nbl rules, first touch is given a point!
At my school we only go medium contact, and with my friends its another story.
I'm actually pretty happy with the sparring at my school, even if it's only 50% strenght. We're the beginner class, and out of the month that i've been at this school, we sparred every single day. mouthguard, boxing gloves, shin pads (if we're kicking), and if you want (which I do) a cup. I watched the more advanced class sparring, they definately go much harder, and freely use throws/grapples/clinches/knees in their sparring.
for us, it's basically a free for all standup game, minus elbows, clinching, headbutting, and destructions of t3h gr0inz0rz.
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