Maybe we need some critical analysis.Quote:
Originally Posted by StreetOnly
The typical WTF club emphasises high kicking as a primary strategy for combat -specifically prohibiting face punching and any meaningful grappling. The "self-defence" content of that club is also likely to be somewhat suspect in both content and entraining.
The typical BJJ club emphasises sport grappling (and/or MMA) which although it ids limited in scope like the WTF TKD's kicking strategy, is undeniably useful should you findyourself on the ground in a self-defence situation and also likely to give the student a better than average chance of not falling to the ground should someone attempt to grapple them.
So one of the two choices is relatively more applicable to self-defence than the other.
EDIT: your evasive and negative answer makes it look like you are so determined to be anti-BJJ that you cannot acknowledge its merits. denial....