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  1. Katriona1992 is offline

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    Sorry guys, I think I misphrased the question.

    I've already taken into consideration the toil each art could take on my body- right now I am taking classes three times a week as well as lifting three days a week (Sunday is pretty much my only off day- not that I complain). I'm planning that when am in Hong Kong, I'd just drop the lifting and replace it with lessons. Plus, is the holidays for me then so I get more rest than I normally would and my body will recover faster hopefully.

    What I really was going to ask was, is boxing more similar to thai boxing or judo to jiu-jitsu? I don't want to spend two months learning an awesome art but then find out there is nothing I can take back to my original schools.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azatdawn View Post
    I think since you're already boxing I'd go with MT as well. Still, take it a little easy. Three times a week or something.

    By the way, how did your first fight go?
    First fight was a draw on points. The girl pretty much smashed me around for the first round, then slightly gassed in the second...and totally panting in the third. I got the chance to throw in some decent abuse particuarly in the last round when she was leaning/half-clinching against me for half the match but I could easily have been knocked out in the first if my hands had slipped at nearly anytime too. Talk about a bloody explosive fighter, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azatdawn View Post
    Also, what are your plans concerning grappling instruction once you're back?
    I'm switching unviersities. The judo offered there is very decent at an affordable price and it merges with my timetable very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katriona1992 View Post
    Sorry guys, I think I misphrased the question.

    I've already taken into consideration the toil each art could take on my body- right now I am taking classes three times a week as well as lifting three days a week (Sunday is pretty much my only off day- not that I complain). I'm planning that when am in Hong Kong, I'd just drop the lifting and replace it with lessons. Plus, is the holidays for me then so I get more rest than I normally would and my body will recover faster hopefully.

    What I really was going to ask was, is boxing more similar to thai boxing or judo to jiu-jitsu? I don't want to spend two months learning an awesome art but then find out there is nothing I can take back to my original schools.
    Are you seriously asking if the striking art of Boxing is more similar to the throwing and grappling arts or another striking art? Seriously?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Are you seriously asking if the striking art of Boxing is more similar to the throwing and grappling arts or another striking art? Seriously?
    No. I was asking if boxing is more similar to muay thai or judo to jiu jitsu....since I am going to learn both judo and boxing next year....
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    Oh...Judo is closer to Jiu Jitsu. Boxing and Muay Thai not as much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Oh...Judo is closer to Jiu Jitsu. Boxing and Muay Thai not as much.
    Yeah, but with Muay Thai you wouldn't be completely lost. You'd just knee'd some kicks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Koresh Jr. View Post
    Yeah, but with Muay Thai you wouldn't be completely lost. You'd just knee'd some kicks.
    I see what you did there. You ought to be knee'd in the knuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    I see what you did there. You ought to be knee'd in the knuts.
    That would be a teep-shot.
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    Muay Thai. You'll get more out of it in that time frame.
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