Posted On:1/22/2005 11:11pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
I have no real comment on this considering I've never met or seen any of this. Anybody want to try and get back to me on it?
Posted On:1/22/2005 11:17pm
Only if his marketing skillz are good.
"Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
Posted On:1/22/2005 11:19pm
Style: Muay Thai, Kenjutsu
This stuff has already started to spread. It's the next big thing that's going to hit the beach. My gym threw away all their heavy bags and is now offers courses in Tae Bo and "Karate Body." It's an unhealthy new-age mix of pseudo-martial arts and yoga. The trophy wives love it.
Posted On:1/22/2005 11:22pm
What the **** is Futari? Sounds like a video game company.
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Posted On:1/22/2005 11:25pm
Style: Mixed Martial Arts
Atari was an old video game company, I think.
Posted On:1/22/2005 11:27pm
Style: In Transition
Hitori = One person
Futari = 2 people.
Posted On:1/22/2005 11:30pm
Okay, what's Hitori?
Didn't so much Fall as Saunter Vaguely Downwards
Posted On:1/22/2005 11:31pm
Style: Ex-TKD, BJJ, Muay Thai
They say anyone can explore karate in a "safe, noncompetitive environment."
Who in the hell is gonna learn to fight in a safe, noncompetitive environment?
sudo make me a sandwich!
I believe futari is goju karate's equivalent to kung-fu's sticky hands
Posted On:1/22/2005 11:35pm
This stuff is really, really sickening. They're always trying to get me to pop my head into their class, to validate this stuff. Because they know that I train Muay Thai and kenjutsu, and I'm Japanese, while the instructor is this skinny blonde beach babe.
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