6/13/2006 12:11am, #31
- Join Date
- Apr 2006
- Canada -Toronto area...
- Muay Thai noob
does either of the schools have a website we can look at? if u watched any classes can u give us the m.o. of how they were operated. each style can be done many different ways JJJ and shotokan can be good or **** it depends on the instructors and how they run their club.
6/13/2006 10:40am, #32
- Join Date
- Oct 2005
If you have a medical problem, you probably should have a doctor's approval to train, or at least close monitoring to make sure nothing is getting worse.
6/14/2006 12:03am, #33Originally Posted by JohnnyFive
ANY full contact martial art can give knee/shoulder/back injuries. All martial arts which involve hard training have their risk of injury.
Judo can screw your knees. So can Kyokushin. So can Muay Thai. So can BJJ. So can wrestling.
I stand by my original answer which is to go with the club that does the most sparring. If your after something which is safe and injury free, sit down and watch television.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!