2/19/2015 4:55pm,Well, I think it's fun but I'm a bit weird. I'll grant you that a lot more people seem to enjoy competitive training and Martial LARPing. Those...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/19/2015 4:28pm,Fun is subjective. I find self defense training fun and interesting. I also find combat sports training fun and a lot of it is directly or indirectly...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/06/2015 6:43pm,That looks like a really good example of bad Krav Maga being taught by a major name in the commercial KM market.203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/06/2015 6:28pm,Oh, yeah, and it all happens in the dark.203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/06/2015 6:15pm,Omega uses armor. His Level One Krav Maga test features, among other things, a pre-exhaustion drill followed by a surprise attack from an armored...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/06/2015 1:41pm,I agree. The only difference is I'd tell people "Do Muay Thai + BJJ and research the hell out of practical self defense."203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/06/2015 1:16pm,"Just do Muay Thai + BJJ" has been pretty much the stock reply on Bullshido for ages so, yeah, it seems to me that a lot of people actually are...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/06/2015 12:10pm,OK, well let me clarify my position... 1). Good Krav Maga is basically MMA applied to self defense (or Police Defensive Tactics, or Military Close...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/06/2015 7:01am,Yes...and you prefer something a little more masculine. We've all figured that out.203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/06/2015 6:29am,OK, this conversation is going nowhere. Now I remember why I stopped posting on forums.203 replies | 32964 view(s)
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2/05/2015 8:59pm,Let me put it another way. "Get it done as quick as possible" is your basic, default, "Plan A" for real combat. Of course you may need to take a more...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/05/2015 6:37pm,The focus on aggression actually makes perfect sense in the context of self defense and military close combat. You are not training to engage an...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/05/2015 5:50pm,I would actually trace it further back than that. The earliest root I've managed to find so far is Bartitsu circa 1900. As we all know, the...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/05/2015 1:07pm,DubhGhaill replied to a thread Cross training and wing chun in Chinese Martial Arts and Kung Fu ForumYeah, well, I guess if you're in Hong Kong then that would be the thing to do.5 replies | 2098 view(s)
2/05/2015 1:03pm,Imi Lichtenfeld, the man usually credited as the founder of Krav Maga, had training in Boxing, Wrestling, Judo and Jujutsu. Why does that mix sound...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/04/2015 8:37pm,DubhGhaill replied to a thread Cross training and wing chun in Chinese Martial Arts and Kung Fu ForumG'day, I've trained Kyokushin, Kickboxing, Wing Chun and JKD. In my experience, good Wing Chun is very hard to find and even the good stuff does...5 replies | 2098 view(s)
2/04/2015 6:55pm,I trained a bit of Krav with Omega last year. You could walk into class and hear "OK, today we're going to work on takedown defense. Everybody go get...203 replies | 32964 view(s)
2/04/2015 6:25am,DubhGhaill replied to a thread UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz in MMA and Combat Sports Forum: Boxing, UFC, etc.The word has come out in Brazil that Anderson tested positive for steroids and Diaz tested positive for pot.30 replies | 4810 view(s)
12/27/2014 7:07pm,Omega gets these pictures done every year.101 replies | 23070 view(s)
12/21/2014 8:07pm,DubhGhaill replied to a thread Good kung fu schools in Seattle area? in Chinese Martial Arts and Kung Fu ForumSeattle Jun Fan Gung Fu Institute is still functioning after all these years. http://www.junfangungfuseattle.com/index.php6 replies | 1439 view(s)
11/28/2014 3:53pm,WWII Combatives guys generally don't seem to think much of BJJ but don't have any problem recommending Boxing and Judo. Personally, I think that...2 replies | 2181 view(s)
11/28/2014 3:39pm,DubhGhaill replied to a thread Comming back to wrestling. Need some help. in Western Martial Arts Discussion ForumI don't think you'll learn much taking Kickboxing and Jiu Jitsu once per week. How about Wrestling 4 times per week and Kickboxing + JJ twice per...3 replies | 1758 view(s)
11/28/2014 11:14am,Or, since you already know everything, you could just start your own gym and train yourself.8 replies | 1284 view(s)
4/28/2014 11:37pm,DubhGhaill replied to a thread What to look for in a Boxing gym? in Western Martial Arts Discussion ForumLost depth perception would be a significantly greater disadvantage in striking then it is in grappling.10 replies | 4171 view(s)
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Trained Kickboxing, BJJ and Vale Tudo in Brazil.
Trained Muay Thai, SAMBO, MMA and Krav Maga in California.
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Trained Jeet Kune Do, Muay Thai and Lameco Eskrima with Sifu Michael Rayas (Santa Barbara Kali/Jeet Kune Do Club).
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