4/08/2011 4:02pm, #31
Didn't fully appreciate this was YMAS, and have inadevertantly posted 100% serious responses. Sadly, I fear my future responses will be similarly sincere
As such, here is an amusing picture of a blender bicycle to make up for it before I go to bed.
That's right, its a blender AND a bicycle.
When life gives you lemons... BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!!
"what's the best thing about aikido then?"
"To be defeated by your enemies, to be driven by them from the field of battle, and to hear the lamentations of your women." ermghoti
4/08/2011 4:09pm, #32
Do you feel so threatened by the idea that there are entirely combat ineffective Aikidoka out there that could probably survive falling off the back of a truck better than your average kickboxer? I doubt it.
Therefore why would you be adverse to the idea that time is spent in MMA on breakfalling? I think there are definitely people out there training JJ and MT, but spending little time on breakfalling. It is primarily this kind of person that I think could benefit from an hour a week of breakfalling practice.
4/08/2011 4:14pm, #33
4/08/2011 4:20pm, #34
The answer, as usual, is DO JUDO.
BenFalling for Judo since 1980
"You are wrong. Why? Because you move like a pregnant yak and talk like a spazzing 'I train UFC' noob." -DCS
4/08/2011 4:24pm, #35
4/08/2011 4:37pm, #36
Getting rid of all the softcocks who seem to infest Aikido dojos the world over.
Introduce some kind of minimum sign up requirements like:
Be able to do more than 20 press ups
Be able to talk to a girl about something she actually wants to talk about
Laugh at offensive jokes
Be able to tell one good dirty joke
Have at least 2 funny sex anecdotes
Have at least 4 funny drunken antics anecdotes
That would be a pretty good start.
4/08/2011 4:49pm, #37
4/08/2011 4:55pm, #38
Still with Sodeman?
4/08/2011 5:12pm, #39
4/08/2011 5:30pm, #40