Thread: Which Art do you practice?
9/16/2003 2:28am, #91
I'm workin' on my Drunkin style rioght nookw...I gots me a botttle o johhnie walker red at my side as we shpeek.
9/17/2003 12:53am, #92
I'm just gonna copy paste what I have in my bio, maybe make an edit or two:
I wrestled in high school, have taken 4 years of Tae Kwon Do (ITF, non Olympic) and hold a brown belt, I have studied Brazillian Jujitsu for 3 years but have never tested for rank.
I have been a member of the OSU MMA team for one year (founding member ^_^), I have been a member of the OSU TKD team for 3 years, I have studied judo for only two months and am currently looking for a dojo to train with here in Japan.
I have studied and practiced with various weapons and weapon styles off and on for the last 3 years (khali stick and knife, okinawan bo, tonfa, and my favorite the 7-section whip chain).
I am legally blind, which makes some aspects of combat difficult, I can track kicks fine and thanks to TKD and the MT element of the MMA team my kicks are, IMHO, above average. However I cannot track punches reliably because of my poor vision, a painful lesson learned at a local boxing ring.
My personal style consissts primarily of lots of ranged kicking and quick shots to close the distance and grapple, where I have found myself to be most comfortable. That's enough babbling for now.
Nope, wasn't compelled to edit anything.
I've got a "jack of all trades" approach, skilled in many, master of none ^_^ So far it's working out for me.
9/17/2003 2:37pm, #93NEVER KICK TO THE HEAD WHILE BOTH YOU AND YOUR OPPONENT ARE STANDING!!!You say what about my rice?
9/17/2003 6:08pm, #94
I was just about to say the same...
For instance you can play with his mind by consistently kicking low then go high all of a sudden.
I've knocked people silly even without doing that.
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9/18/2003 12:49am, #95
You just have to throw them sparingly or your asking to be thrown. It doesn't mean you can't throw them. If you notice your opponent keeps dropping his left . . . NAIL HIM!