Thread: Attention BJJ Nutriders
6/30/2006 3:43pm, #231Originally Posted by Shuma-Gorath
The one legitimate case of this would be if the person specifically asked for a school that taught a striking art. In this case, BJJ programs would be an accessory. I found my BJJ school in a thread where I was trying to decide between Karate, Muay Thai and Boxing.
Out of curiosity, what exactly does BJJ not "offer" that a new martial arts student should prioritize above what it does offer?
Because you're losing?
6/30/2006 3:46pm, #232
6/30/2006 4:01pm, #233Originally Posted by Omega
So there's a decent Krav Maga studio nearby, and the person is looking for a more self defense orientated school that hasn't gone the way to Mcdojo and a pure BJJ school 2 blocks down, which do you recommend:bssign: ?
How about taking the time to actually address specific real life scenerios rather than competition?
How about striking. Your answer is cross training. What about decent throwing, your answer is cross training. Hmmm, there seems to be a pattern here that a lot of us agree on.
No, it's because your an idiot. You've been an idiot a lot lately. You didn't used to be an idiot but lately your arguements have been complete and utter bullshit.
The point, if you had read the posts following your dumbass remark, try harder.
If you're going to make a recommendation then do so from an educated stand point.
This makes you a nutrider.
You don't even try.