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    I'm going to have to second that. It's shame when our own government won't let us have good TKD. We got to go to the eastern block or Australia.

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    Wow, am I totally lost in this thread or what ?

    I do agree that a good athlete will make a good martial artist.

    I would love to know how this one evolved...but I am lost so I'll just add a silly quote and be done for now. "Air punching is like air guitaring...it may look cool and be fun, but it is less than productive"

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    Good athletes make good martial artists....good wrestlers make great martial arttists.

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    TKD is a modern art...and there are even more modern martial arts...I honestly believe that hand to hand combat training, like anything else evolves over time.

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    what exactly are you trying to say?
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    I think he's saying one day TKD will be good for "t3h str33t"

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    I think there are fighters good for the street regardless of the art. The arts are evolving, heck I have more fun going to CKD (Chun Kuk Do) classes than I ever had going to Tai Chi classes, probably becasue it is more direct and made easy to understand. For me Tai Chi movements were about as natural as a 3 l3gged dog.

    My first training as a kid in Krav Maga, and it is the most natural of all things for me...

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    Krav Maga sucks worse than TKD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfk3
    I think there are fighters good for the street regardless of the art. The arts are evolving, heck I have more fun going to CKD (Chun Kuk Do) classes than I ever had going to Tai Chi classes, probably becasue it is more direct and made easy to understand. For me Tai Chi movements were about as natural as a 3 l3gged dog.

    My first training as a kid in Krav Maga, and it is the most natural of all things for me...
    if you say you did wing chun i'll get BINGO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjuna
    So...I was drawn to this due to my time wast...er...experience in TKD, but now I'm getting pictures of kittens?

    ...

    I just want to know when we'll be getting vid clips of kittens competing. (They ARE cute, though.)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmlQgA4qTSs

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