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    You should have stuck with Taekwondo. We're all about chicks.

    The Hwarang are all about....little Korean boys...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    You should have stuck with Taekwondo. We're all about chicks.

    The Hwarang are all about....little Korean boys...
    Kinda like the Boston Archdiocese or Michael Jackson in Neverland :tongue6:
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    Quote Originally Posted by elnyka
    Kinda like the Boston Archdiocese or Michael Jackson in Neverland :tongue6:
    Michael has TEH REAL Hwa Rang Do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega
    Difference between Kempo and Kung-fu in my experiance is that Kempo is actually looking for a definitive defense in a technique while the forms I learned were just there to simulate movement similiar to shadow boxing. We did entire sets, "Leopard fist set" for example, that were all of 3 to 12 movements long but they were all interchangable. After you learn them it was intended that you "try them out" if they didn't work you didn't use them. Simple. There were very few "forms". I cross trained with Kempo/Kenpo guys all the time and I found the techniques "interesting" to say the least. The idea of the five ancestors or five family system (depends upon the translation) was that no one set of techniques were designed for everybody, you had to find the techniques that best suite yourself. So this whole idea of "this is the way you do it and that's it" was pretty wierd to hear until I started listening to other "masters" I thought it was quite silly.
    Thanks for the input, kinda what I was hoping/expecting to hear, but I wasn't too sure about Kung Fu schools training methods and/or desired goals. I know alot of KF guys take their art beyond mere combat, and enter a mental and spiritual realm of training in tangent with their forms and sets. Not sure how much of that you are into personally, but it's great to see a TCMA guy representing out there without much formal training in typical ring fighting styles (not that you haven't heard that enough times).

    That reminds me....do you utilize those Shaolin combat chi techniques of testicular fortitude to uphold that many nutriders day andnight? It must have been years of grueling training to prepare yourself for such a feat. :icon_twis

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    You should have stuck with Taekwondo. We're all about chicks.

    The Hwarang are all about....little Korean boys...
    Does ATA have cute chicks too? I might go join them to get my 1.2 year black belt (hey credentials is credentials right? RIGHT?) and perhaps score me some fine ass poon.

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    Does ATA have cute chicks too? I might go join them to get my 1.2 year black belt (hey credentials is credentials right? RIGHT?) and perhaps score me some fine ass poon.
    Depends on the area, but yeah. I don't think as much as some of the other TKD organizations though. Since the ATA is more family oriented we tend to get older women or younger (Read: Underage you sicko) girls.

    But we do have plenty of eye candy.

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    Eye Candy?!?

    With underage girls?!?

    I knew you ATA freaks were peds.

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    I meant with the 17-29 year old ring and even up to 35 years old. There are some hot moms.

    One of the guys that runs a bullshido ATA school down in Flordia has a Tampa Bay cheer leader (I think the Bucs.) as his girlfriend and she is also in the ATA now. So it ain't alllllllll bad.
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