Posted On:11/25/2002 7:25pm
Style: TKD, soon BJJ JUDO
oh yea i am starting a new martial art. you get a black belt if yo ucan brea a concrete block with you penis.
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Grand Master H.U. Lee
Posted On:11/25/2002 7:32pm
My right nipple know all about particle physics.
ooh baby, keep up with the dirty talk
Posted On:11/25/2002 8:03pm
I figured I throw in my opinion about the whole thing. I practice Taekwondo and I did high school wrestling for 3 years. Anyone who jump kicks in a fight is a moron, and deserves the broken bones they get. There is no supperior martial art. There are only superior martial artists. Saying that Taekwondo sucks and that everyone who does it is a fag, is a really ignorant statement. Every art has its strong points, and its weak points. Bashing on a particular art is a waste of time, and if it is because of a bad experience at a certain dojo/dojahng, that is really unfortunate. I love TKD, I wouldn't trade it for the world. But it's not the only MA out there. Everyone should go and try some other arts as well.
Posted On:11/25/2002 8:05pm
Posted On:11/25/2002 8:08pm
enlighten us on the strong points of TKD please...
Posted On:11/25/2002 8:20pm
Style: JKD, BJJ
I agree, by the way, that a TKD stylist can be a good full contact fighter. It is indeed the artist, not the art. I think my argument would be they'd be better if they were in a different art.
I'm a little bitter right now because I wasted five good years on something that didn't teach me how to fight effectively. So in my case, it is the art.
"I'm not tense; just terribly, terribly alert."
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Decafinated white belt.
Posted On:11/25/2002 10:18pm
a TKD stylist, in training to become a full contact fighter, would have to deviate from TKD a lot. They'd learn things de-emphasized or untaught at the dojang. They'd have to learn to deal with punches to the head, kicks below the belt, possibly knees, elbows, holds, throwing, and *gasp* opponents that shove you if you try to kick high like a ballerina!
Yes, they can, but they'd deviate from TKD a lot in doing so.
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&lt;John&gt; I'd have to smack you sometime...
Katana, on 540 kicks: "Hang from a ceiling fan with both hands. Flail your feet out and ask people to walk into you as you hit their face."
Day Tripper/Dream Weaver
Posted On:11/25/2002 10:40pm
Style: Shorei-ryu & Kumdo & TKD
If they are training in traditional TKD, then they aren't deviating too much from their original training. Only if they practice Olympic/Sport TKD do they deviate from that training.
Jeremy M. Talbott
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Posted On:11/25/2002 10:42pm
I agree it's more the artist than the art. But, I'd also have to agree that TKD is not too useful in a real fight. High kicking will not do too much good on the street IMHO.
Posted On:11/25/2002 11:03pm
Again, Masta, you are describing Olympic/Sport TKD. Traditional TKD does not teach this. However, I do enjoy kicking to the head....Their knees just has to be on the ground first. :)
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