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    Agreed. The red flags are flying.
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    According to Wastrel, who used to be an actual Taek Kyon player, it's not a martial art at all. Rather, it's a folk game that involves kicks to the head and takedowns to some sort of ritualized music.
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    Oh, god not Korean Capoeria.
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    How did you lot miss this?:

    Meditation: Tri-Breathing (MR1)

    prerequisite: none

    Breathing oxygen is the foundation of a person's health. Most of our breathing is done unconsciously. Like every activity in life, if you think about it and practice it, you will become better at it and gain more of its benefits. Tri-Breathing is a technique for consciously breathing-in and moving oxygen through your body. Getting more oxygen moving throughout your brain and body improves your clarity of thinking, and your physical condition; valuable qualities for a martial artist to cultivate.
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    Also, breathing teaches valuable not-dying skills, which are important skills for the not-dead to cultivate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afronaut
    Kantan Martial Arts. Claims the word to be Chinese and Japanese. Can anyone run this one down?
    All the Japanese words that I could find:

    kantan
    (n) admiration; wonder; (P)

    kantan
    (oK) (n) admiration; astonishment

    kantan
    (n) end of wind instrument

    kantan
    (adj-na,n) simple; (P)

    kantan
    (oK) (adj-na,n) simple

    kantan
    (n) the liver and gall bladder; one's inner being

    kantan name
    Kantan (a given (``first'') name (not yet classified by gender))

    kantan Buddhist
    (n) admiration; ¸«±merveillement

    kantan Buddhist
    (adj-na)(n) simplicit¸«±; commodit¸«±; bri¸«²vet¸«±


    And words with Kantan in them:

    kantan'aiterasu
    (v5s) to be profoundly compatible; to be inseparable

    kantan'aiterasuaidagaradearu
    (exp) to be quite in sympathy with each other

    kantan'yusou
    hepatobiliary transport (n)

    kantandou
    hepatobiliary (adj,n)

    kantanfu
    (n) exclamation point; exclamation mark

    kantanfu
    (n) exclamation point; exclamation mark

    kantanfuku
    (n) simple or lightweight clothing

    kantanniieba
    (exp) simply put; putting it simply

    kantanniiuto
    (exp) simply put

    kantannoayumi
    (exp) like the young man who tried to walk like the Kantan people, gave up, and forgot how to walk

    kantannou
    hepatocystic (adj); hepatobiliary (adj,n)

    kantannoyume
    (n) vain dream of wealth and splendour

    kantanshi
    (n) (gram) interjection

    kantanshi
    (oK) (n) (gram) interjection

    kantanshi
    (n) bedroom thief



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