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    Quote Originally Posted by Resonance10 View Post
    Donnie Yen is fucking awesome. That is all.
    Michael Jai White less so.
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    OK I decided to watch a few more, and amended my opinion.

    Quote Originally Posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    From the description:

    "Abusing a person results in a person being abused."

    Repetitive speech + freaking out over trivial/predictable things like a person's arm dislocating after a terrible breakfall + no interest in discussion of these opinions = I'm wondering if this person is on the autism spectrum.
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    Anti-martial arts propaganda or a legitimate issue?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lN3LF...ature=youtu.be

    I will admit this is in part one of the reasons why I feel children should be doing a grappling art. I don't believe most of them are going to generate the power in striking to cause any real issues.
    I would say that in general Martial Arts are safer than say Football(American). As well as many other hobbies.
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    Can you give those of us who don't want to sit through a boring video the cliffnotes on what this is about??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bneterasedmynam View Post
    Can you give those of us who don't want to sit through a boring video the cliffnotes on what this is about??
    Sure
    "Brain Damage in Martial Arts CAN'T be prevented by wearing a helmet, because the brain moves freely inside the skull, due to the brain being gelatinous in nature, meaning it's soft and effected by momentum. When a person is punched or kicked in the head, the acceleration and deceleration forces often cause the brain to smash into the skull, usually leading to contusions, which is a bruising of the brain tissue and often causing axonal shearing, which is a stretching and sometimes tearing of the axons.

    Martial Arts Brain Damage exposes sparring and throwing people as possible causes of brain contusions and axonal shearing, commonly referred to as Diffuse Axonal Injury, DAI. From kicking people in the head to people landing on their heads, traumatic brain injury, TBI can result from Martial Arts."

    Also they makes some claims about how one should never ever body slam someone.
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    Yeah TBIs can be caused by slipping on ice or diving or driving a car or a million other things I could mention. What this video can't show is how it's more prevalent in martial arts vs. the other 999,996.

    Beware: This video series has been posted before on Bullshido. It's part of a weird, anti-martial arts campaign filled with loads of disinformation and made up Youtube documentaries.

    They all use a simulated voice, which is creepy.

    This is basically martial arts conspiracy bullshit. There are other videos that try to equate MA to child abuse and even worse...trying to equate sexual abuse and MA schools.

    Don't buy into this garbage.

    Here's the old thread discussing these:

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=119650
    Last edited by W. Rabbit; 5/05/2013 3:03pm at .
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    Aww yes I rember seeing this crap before now.
    I came across this video on facebook it was posted (without comment) to a Judo group I am a member of by a guy who goes by Sifu H L Schauer (https://www.facebook.com/sifu.schaue...ocation=stream).
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    anybody who has not seen Flashpoint and SPL really should watch them now, awesome choreography
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    study patterns & free will

    hello there fellow artists of the martial kind!
    after writing a youtube message to "studypatterns",
    on sending, youtube notified me it's not possible.
    so i'd like to share the message here
    since this thread is related to it,
    if you will allow me to do so.

    []

    title: free will

    hello fellow researcher,
    i just saw some of your videos,
    which are very well made
    in my opinion.

    while watching, a question came to my mind
    and i wanted to convey it to you
    in hope of a response,
    yet i'd like to leave that up to you.

    do you believe that
    if a student of martial arts
    is willing to participate in a fight
    and fully aware of the possible consequences,
    and a teacher asks this student to attack him/her,
    is it moral or does it do justice to the student
    if this student agrees to participate
    with respect to free will?

    thank you :)

    p.s. in my life i have met both good and bad people
    in various areas of (competitive) martial arts.
    films such as 'the karate kid' (1984),
    which is actually one of my youth favorites,
    also accurately demonstrates abuse of the dojo sensei.

    p.s.2. i have experienced abuse for many years
    and am now learning (or remembering)
    how to use chi/energy, not for attack or defense,
    but how to be more compassionate towards attackers.

    []

    although i have noticed that most (or all) of the teachers in the videos depicted on:
    - youtube -> user -> STUDYPATTERNS -> videos
    are actually legitimate, and provide great info,
    i have noticed that there are also many teachers who are not,
    most of them obviously not allowing any videos to be taken during these practices.

    perhaps interesting to note that i am integrating a natural chi method
    that closely resembles what Dondrup Dorje teaches here:
    - youtube -> watch -> S6KxA6H4aUg

    note: since i am a new member,
    the forum does not allow me to post links.
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