Posted On:11/01/2013 4:48am
Style: Wing Chun/Rex Kwon Do
Oh snap commented on the wrong thread ffs...
pro nonsense self defense
Posted On:11/01/2013 12:02pm
Style: FMA, dumbek, Indian clubs
Its weird that the places with the excessive rules (especially ones about respect) are unable to even practice near each other, while my FMA club swings sticks and aluminum training knives at each other every single training session without the extensive written code. To me, codes like this are indicative of martial arts themed daycare.
Posted On:11/05/2013 3:50am
Where I train we have no gym rules : )
but I do believe many people who come in with a disrespectful attitude will be humbly taught common courtesy....
Posted On:11/06/2013 3:00pm
One of my first and one my favorite Krotty instructors would tell me not to do something. And then if I did it (thus endangering a female student because I was being an idiot) a punch to the gut followed. That was as formal as it got. That is why he was my favorite. Now I have a cool story to tell about getting punched, which in turn makes me appear somewhat tough.
The good ol days.
"We often joke -- and we really wish it were a joke -- that you will only encounter two basic problems with your 'self-defense' training.
1) That it doesn't work
2) That it does work"
Posted On:11/06/2013 4:57pm
Style: Kickboxing, MT, Sub-wrest
Originally Posted by elviragcaamal
Too soon to speculate. *Cough. *Cough. taekwondo school
Sounds more like a Goya-ra-ru type of school:
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