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  1. LordMitchell is offline

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    Posted On:
    10/07/2004 8:50am


     Style: Sohbakhdoh, Tae Kwon Do

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    Hm...So...He had a good mastery in the basic techniques of Sambo, before he made this, which is based solely on biomechanics...(Without basic techniques.)

    Hm...I think I'll learn techniques, and try to supplant them with biomechanics.
  2. KuNg FooL is offline

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     Style: BJJ

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    Originally posted by jasonB
    "But most techniques have been proved to be the best way to maximize the efficiency of body mechanics."

    Possibly. Unfortunately, there are a WHOLE LOT of them. You can try to memorize them all (which isn't going to happen, though some do try), or try to force a few to fit every situation you ever encounter (probably the most common approach), or create what you need on-site (which is what Sonnon suggests).
    This doesn't make any sense to me. You're saying instead of training all the techniques of a style, you should just learn about body mechanics and create what you need on-site based on that knowledge. To be as fast as you can be, and to be most effective in a fight, you can't think about what you're doing, you have to just react. If your opponent attacks, you can't stop and think about his body mechanics and "decide" what's the best way to handle it. By that time you'll be out cold on the canvas. The only way to react fast enough is to keep practicing technique until it's branded into your memory and you won't have to think, when the opportunity comes, to use it. It will just happen.
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    10/08/2004 10:42am


     Style: VC gay love massage

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    JasonB is just another member of Sonnon's cult. Sonnon buys testimonials from top fighters and brainwashes weak minds.
  4. Matt W. is offline
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    Posted On:
    10/08/2004 10:47am

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     Style: Judo, TKD BB

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    So can you prove his claims are false, or not?
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    10/08/2004 11:50am


     Style: Progressive Rock :P

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    Re: MMA, TMA and RSBD are all WRONG!

    Originally posted by shinobi22
    http://www.circularstrengthmag.com/27/sonnon.html
    and he is FRATERNALLY yours!! aren't we lucky? ;)
  6. Sh0t is offline
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    Posted On:
    10/11/2004 7:56am

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     Style: standup to ground

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    I don't know about sonnan or whoever, but don't knock clubbells man. THey have been great strength training devices for hundreds of years, especially in india and they were pretty popular in britain for a while during the occupation.
    Some of the greatest strongmen of india used them religiously.
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    How is his message any different from bruce lee's (other than the fact that he wants you to buy his crap)?
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