If an art has any sub-optimal components is that art bullshido?
Both judo and bjj contain and teach a form of striking which is very limited and doesn't compare to MT/Boxing/Krotty.
Many TMA systems contain and teach a form of ground work that's not complete and doesn't compare to bjj/judo.
Is it advisable to learn those sub-optimal techniques or not?
Does containing these sub-optimal peices make those arts bullshido?
Does teaching people the sub-optimal portions of those arts make an instructor bullshido?
Why or why not?