Thread: why do you study what you study?
6/21/2005 2:53pm, #11
- Join Date
- Nov 2004
- Bouncing around Canada
Because it makes me too deadly for the ring... duh. :glasses9:
6/21/2005 2:56pm, #12KhorneliusPraxxGuestOriginally Posted by WarriorOfLuv
This topic just reminded me to update my thread about her training.
6/21/2005 3:02pm, #13
Originally Posted by BatRonin
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Originally Posted by Wolverine
6/21/2005 3:03pm, #14
Grappling, specifically BJJ, is useful for developing sexual positions and whatnot, which is all I'm really interested in, but I learned how to punch, just a little bit, to hide my intentions.
6/21/2005 3:03pm, #15KhorneliusPraxxGuest
Also, I am going to train hard so I can take a test in my Jun Fan class. As soon as I pass it, I will probably switch over to Muay Thai for a while. I would add Muay Thai but I only have so many hours a week to train so 3 classes is out of the question. Although we have kick boxing aspects to the Jun Fan class, I want to switch to a %100 kick boxing class for a while. I think more constant ring time will help knock some of my natural flinchiness out. I will probably switch back eventually but I need some ring time.
6/21/2005 3:06pm, #16KhorneliusPraxxGuestOriginally Posted by Camus
6/21/2005 3:32pm, #17
I train in Budo Taijutsu because I like the natural approach to it, and how I can cheat and steal techniques off of lots of other arts and pass it off as taijutsu. I also like the budo aspects of it, the shinkengata mentality, and how it's helped me a lot to grow physically and mentally.
And I do Kyokushin because I'm fond of karate and I like kicking the **** out of people :glasses1: Same with boxing: punching people is fun.SON OF ODIN
My Punching with Power article
6/21/2005 3:51pm, #18
I train because I started a while back and I like to do physical activity.
I've been in a truckload of fights before and I could handle myself pretty well before I ever started MAs so it has nothing to do wth self defense.
I also have a really good job, so I don't need to compete or teach for money.
Basically I am OCD about my hobbies and martial arts is one of them.
Saltwater Aquariums is the other one this is my tank:
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6/21/2005 4:36pm, #19
- Join Date
- Oct 2003
- San Angelo, TX
I was looking for the Hapkido class, since I already had a belt in it, and came on the wrong day, when the Aikido class was practicing. I watched the Aikido class and it was Phil's 1st Kyu test. It looked interesting, so I tried it out. Despite me being in monster shape, having kickboxed, boxed, studied sport karate, Tae Kwon Do, and Hapkido previously, Ed, the instructor who is a little old white guy, handed me my ass on more than a few occasions while I was there. So I stuck around."Quiet fool before I am kicking the butt!"
-My three year old trash talking to me
"Integrity can't be bought or sold---you either have it or you don't."
-The Honky Tonk Man
"If you can't be a shining example, at least be a dire warning."
-My Father to me one day
"No surprise. Until Aikido sheds its street-brawling, thuggish image, it'll never be mainstream."
6/21/2005 4:47pm, #20
There was no MT or Kyokushin or MMA in my area, so I decided to take BJJ, instead. I'm glad I did. Even more so because we just started a MMA class.