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  1. black mariah is offline

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    7/08/2006 5:51am


     Style: None. Again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sochin101
    That's not a technique... that's something that the instructor makes you stand in when:
    1)He hasn't prepared enough for the lesson and needs to waste 20 minutes.
    2)He wants to chat up one of the spectators and doesn't want you studs to make him look bad. Who can look cool while they're astride an imaginary horse?
    3)He's not getting any at home, and the frustration makes him just want to spread the hate.

    I'm not bitter...:angry2:
    You must remember that horseback stance is the linchpin of TKD stupidity. Without it, there is no "I know! Let's fight with our hands ar our hips!" and no "I know! Let's block low kicks with out hands!".:angry5:
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    7/13/2006 4:39pm


     Style: Sanshou and Kali

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    One of our coaches tells us to keep our stance with feet towards the opponent. Now doesn't one's balance suck balls with this?
  3. Feryk is offline

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    Posted On:
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     Style: Wado Kai

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    Quote Originally Posted by sochin101
    That's not a technique... that's something that the instructor makes you stand in when:
    1)He hasn't prepared enough for the lesson and needs to waste 20 minutes.
    2)He wants to chat up one of the spectators and doesn't want you studs to make him look bad. Who can look cool while they're astride an imaginary horse?
    3)He's not getting any at home, and the frustration makes him just want to spread the hate.

    I'm not bitter...:angry2:
    Someone needs a hug.:icon_blac

    PS. It's worse when it's during a workshop you've paid extra to attend.
    Quote Originally Posted by pauli
    i was once told that "do" means wrecking people's **** for your own philosophical betterment.

    Quote Originally Posted by melvin_peebles
    I could be mistaking dumbness for delusion. I'll have to go dig out my DSM IV. It's great to have stumbled upon this site. The rich fauna and flora of mental dysfunction that exists in the martial arts is amazing. It's like the Galapagos.
  4. unknown is offline

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    Posted On:
    7/19/2006 5:35pm


     Style: FW Crane Kung Fu

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    I dont understand why a horse stance is a bad thing?!?!
  5. black mariah is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by unknown
    I dont understand why a horse stance is a bad thing?!?!
    You are unstable front to back. Both of your legs are firmly planted on the floor thereby guaranteeing that anyone halfway competent WILL **** YOU SILLY with leg kicks. Your hands are down by your hips making sure you get punched in the face repeatedly. You have to keep your legs splayed so far apart that any kind of reaction from the lower body takes way too fucking long.

    And to top it all off, it just looks really fucking stupid. I mean, really...

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    7/20/2006 12:21pm


     Style: FW Crane Kung Fu

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    I thought horse stance is just an exercise to strengthen leg muscles and you dont actually use it in a fight.
    And thats not a proper horse stance, the guy is too high and too wide with his legs.
  7. sochin101 is offline
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    Posted On:
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     Style: No gym currently.

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    ... yeah, he could probably move out of it and defend himself.
    A real horse-stance should scream static instability... the only moving possible should be tipping backwards/forwards under the merest pressure.
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    7/23/2006 8:49pm


     Style: Wrestling/ Knee Injury

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    Also, the open groin just screams field goal. To say nothing about the inability to turn in that stance.
  9. Asriel is offline
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    I'd like to leave this world like I came into it: Screaming, naked & covered in someone else's blood

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    7/25/2006 4:29am

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     Style: Muay Thai (BJJ hiatus)

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    When I was learning Kung Fu there was a guy in the club who'd drop into horsestance while sparring. He got kicked in the nuts so many times.
  10. Backdraft is offline

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    7/26/2006 9:19am


     Style: Shootfighting

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Worst technique I've been taught, courtesy of BBT:

    Defend the lunge punch by leaning forward, and proceed to cartwheelknee your opponent in the face while they stand still in lunge punch stance with the other hand on the hip.

    God I hate ninjers.

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