Thread: My thoughts on Martial Arts
1/25/2013 6:20pm, #31
What forum were you a super-mod on? You seriously need to read ALOT more of the site, start with the threads with your user name next to them. There's a reason there is a dinosaur in your thread..
1/25/2013 6:27pm, #32
I vote for a temp ban for any poster that can't handle an argument without crying OMG MOD ABUSE:
and now Detachment.
Hmmm you were a "supermod" and can't tell a normal pm from an automated message that a mod has no control over?
Next appeal to authority please. Oh and your crying and post name are hilariously ironic.
1/25/2013 6:31pm, #33
1/25/2013 6:45pm, #34
1/25/2013 6:57pm, #35
That would be useful in a war situation
Though I've had a program "Commando Krav Maga"
That shows many positions and talks about it realistically and how it's easy to get stabbed(In training) many times until you get better with the technique and all the variations
What I just pinpointed though is just how when they were walking in the beginning they weren't capable of dealing with basic knife attacks even though both practiced Wrestling & MMA.
2) Anything which trains live (such as boxing) still stands a better chance of dealing with attacks--even bladed ones--than most unrealistically-training "RBSD" MAs. Chances are still not good, but they are better with alive-training than without.
So true , There are like thousands of possibilities as the numbers go up , How do you infuse such chaos in training effectively?
So I understand , It's all just trials of preparation with nothing guaranteed
It's indeed it's not a real fight , For example in James Painter , RocknRoll jail fighting system , One of the techniques is to do a jab in the air and then go with striking speed towards his balls revolve them & yank them hard and then switch hands to be able to thrown him over his friend , Or run & vault at the guy with full force , Bite his chest with full strength and move your mouth right & left to make him know and whomever around that you mean business.
In Krav Maga & Silat , There are many moves that are designed to take opponents soft spots really fast , Obviously non of these moves are applicable and have been removed for sport application , How then could you judge it as ineffective when you've taken away the purpose it was originally used for like war or street fights
What I mean by principle is the science behind what makes the technique works which is very similar to what you've mentioned , Like how takedowns are about the act of unbalancing an opponent's center of gravity (This is what I'm still studying now) , And elements like superior position , force & direction all together, Once one has already understood the way it works , And understood it practically , He'll be able to see openings for it because it's not something memorized like a technique , It's already understood because it's common sense , Like simply use all your force to direct the opponent to the ground is an example (Mentioned in the books Science of Takedowns), Going through many techniques seeing the principle within each , One is capable to come up with many variations all based on understanding instead of just memorizing one .
Same goes to striking & all the others aspects , I loved how in Human weapon they used this whole Scientific principles demonstrated and it was very useful .
The time for thought is before situations become fights: one's position relative to potential threats, available weapons, avenues of escape, possibility of de-escalation via diplomacy, all that stuff. When the **** hits the fan, however, things will go so fast that there is not likely to be time for anything but conditioned responses. Best be sure they are the best ones available, and that you're well-trained in them.
1/25/2013 6:58pm, #36
It's my habit to say the truth if you got sensitivity problems with that and you can't deal with it , Then feel free to ban me , I dun really care .
1/25/2013 7:05pm, #37
While we're harping about krav maga:
the Human Weapon part where they were showing how most people can't defend against knives was really annoying, because the way they intercept an incoming attack is actually opposite of how they do it in FMA, and an understanding of passing drills shows how the krav way can easily be defeated.
RE Commando Krav Maga: look at this ****:
^this is a move that would be illegal in MMA, but anyone with a little grappling experience will see this and laugh, because that'd never work. This is true of a lot of "neck breaker" type things.
1/25/2013 7:27pm, #38
so who thinks the OP is 12 years old? 14 years old? 16?
he won't answer, so we know he thinks we will think less of him because of his age."Face punches are an essential character building part of a martial art. You don't truly love your children unless you allow them to get punched in the face." - chi-conspiricy
"When I was a little boy, I had a sailor suit, but it didn't mean I was in the Navy." - Mtripp on the subject of a 5 year old karate black belt
"Without actual qualifications to be a Zen teacher, your instructor is just another roundeye raping Asian culture for a buck." - Errant108
"Seriously, who gives a **** what you or Errant think? You're Asian males, everyone just ignores you, unless you're in a krotty movie." - new2bjj
1/25/2013 7:34pm, #39
I'd cut him some slack if he was any of those ages, the way he flip flops around issues is indicative of a over imaginative contrary teenager..so maybe a fairly bright 15 year old?
Nice of him not to answer any questions tho..
1/25/2013 7:50pm, #40