Thread: Criticizing a System / Art
12/01/2004 1:00pm, #11
so what if this complete art has really bad training methods?
12/01/2004 1:07pm, #12
12/01/2004 1:09pm, #13
there are no bad styles only bad training methods
Training methods are important. But, if the style has glaring holes, then training methods won't make that much difference. It not what you know that could get you killed, but what you don't know, as the old adegage goes. I cannot believe this HAD to be explained.:qleft1: :new_cussi :qmickey: :evil7: :XXcat: :XXfish: :5crackup:
12/01/2004 1:10pm, #14Originally Posted by Raven
Originally Posted by lama_xy
Last edited by Dreadnought; 12/01/2004 1:13pm at .
12/01/2004 1:14pm, #15
Tai chi, koshinken karate(old school), old muay thai and does MMA count?
Originally Posted by Stickx
12/01/2004 1:19pm, #16Originally Posted by samurai_steve
Ask HAPKO3, he's another former Krav student. It seems all well and good while you're taking it, but then when you rub Darren Levine goo off of your eyes and look around, you realize that all those plucks and groin kicks are going to do is make you look like a complete ass, WHILE you're getting a sufficient beat down placed upon your skull.Regardless, that doesn't change the fact that kickboxing is commonly known as fighting while grappling simply isn't. - Osiris
12/01/2004 1:20pm, #17
12/01/2004 1:21pm, #18Originally Posted by Shumagorath:qleft1: :new_cussi :qmickey: :evil7: :XXcat: :XXfish: :5crackup:
12/01/2004 1:30pm, #19
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12/01/2004 1:34pm, #20