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  1. PizDoff is offline

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    strangely enough! it is coming from the board's newbie Piz Doff!!!


    Come Sept, I'll be moving out of Toronto, Ontario to Guelph, Ontario.

    Edit:Gonna live in residence at the University of Guelph btw...i forgot that


    I probably will stop taking Wing Chun with my current Sifu for now...
    I'd like your random blatherings (opinions) of these martial arts availible on campus.....or in town....if I can afford it...

    Below is a list and my opinion and thoughts.


    On that appears to be off campus-
    http://www.omaccanada.com/aboutus.asp
    Has
    "Traditional Taekwondo
    Olympic Taekwondo (WTF style)
    Hapkido
    Kungfu (Northern Shaolin Style)
    Weaponry
    Grappling
    Women's Self Defense "
    I'm interested in grappling or Hapkido.


    On-Campus "Interest Classes"
    Aikido- Um...no.
    Belly Dance-OH YEAH!!!! forget MA!
    CPR/First Aid-Apparently I have the resuscitate the people I choke out.
    Jiu-Jitsu-Ok sounds good, has forms right? Ugh...
    Karate-Um...maybe.
    Kayaking-The deadly art of using an oar, to "pierce" the water with strong strokes. :)
    Kendo-Some sport MA with swords. Not interested.
    Lifesaving- MUAHAHAAHHH!!!!!!
    Muscle Conditioning- WTF?
    Pilates-This is like yoga with balls and mats right? Who cares...
    Self-Defense- This could be fun. I need some amusement......
    Swimming-Er, nope...
    Tae Kwon Do- OMG OMG OMG!!!!! THIS PLACE HAS TKD!!!!! I'M GOING FOR SURE! Die zombie heads! Not....
    Tai Chi-The very fact that it is in a university gives me vibes of fat losers moving slowly and thinking "peace" and "oneness" and that sort of bullcrap. They "probably" won't teach the nasty TC that I want/like/need.
    Tennis-Some people duel with a sword.....
    Water Running- WTF!!!!


    and then "Sports Clubs"
    Break Dance-Capo anyone?
    Cheer Squad-KIAI!!!!
    Climbing Club- Climbing is fun!
    Iaido-Another silly sword art if I'm not mistaken. Hmm Miss Taken would be a cool handle for a girl.
    Karate-What's the point? Sparring?
    Ninjitsu-I'm avoiding this like the PLAGUE!!!! AHHHHHH!!!!
    Underwater Hockey-Ok, this is getting ridiculous.......



    well there you have it folks,
    two threads in a day for me! that's bordering on trolling OMG!

    wait, there is wrestling.....that could be good

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    Edited by - pizdoff on June 13 2003 21:20:18
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    from http://www.thecannon.ca/core.cfm?group=lng&subgroup=photodetail&Ph otoID=2


    Martial Arts Compilation Club (M.A.C.C.)

    "At the University of Guelph, martial artists have an opportunity to share and learn from a wide range of martial disciplines, styles and experiences from the vast amount of students that attend the school. However, training is focused too much toward beginners for special interest classes, and particular system in existing clubs. M.A.C.C. was created to be a conduit of inter-style learning, sparring and practice so that all martial artists can gain the benefit of each others’ experience."

    nice they actually spare instead of just waving their arms apparently.....COME AND BE MY VICTIM!!!

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    Posted On:
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    No BJJ, anything grappling. It's the one range you've told me you need to get better in!

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    "When we go to the ground, you are in my world. The ground is the ocean, I am the shark, and most people don't even know how to swim." RCJ Machado
    Quote Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
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    Posted On:
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    psst dude, there is grappling in Tai Chi, TC is one of my favourite systems/styles

    "wait, there is wrestling.....that could be good"
    "Jiu-Jitsu-Ok sounds good, has forms right? Ugh..."

    apparently you missed some! :)
    you noob!!!! :)

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    Posted On:
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    PD,

    With your grappling training in Tai Chi, would you feel comfortable rolling with someone trained in GJJ/BJJ for the same period of time?

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    "When we go to the ground, you are in my world. The ground is the ocean, I am the shark, and most people don't even know how to swim." RCJ Machado
    Quote Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
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    Posted On:
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    Grappling in Tai Chi? Don't be silly. Tai Chi is what old people do in parks to stay healthy.

    I know I'm exaggerating, Tai Chi can be a good and valuable experience, but it is not by the longest shot a primary matial art. What I mean is Tai Chi can probably help your game is you are practicing something else, but it will not teach you to fight as of itself.

    I know a few Tai Chi practitioners, and every single one of them will tell you to look elsewhere if you want to learn how to kick ass.

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    Hmmm...

    If I were you, I'd go wherever there's lots of cute women. You couldn't possibly go wrong there.

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    Mas Oyama's only admitted defeat came from an old guy who did Tai Chi in a park to stay healthy. Now back to your regularly scheduled stereotypes...
    "The morning glory blooms for an hour. It differs not at heart from the giant pine, which lives for a thousand years."
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    Somehow I doubt Tai Chi is all he did.

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    Posted On:
    6/13/2003 7:19pm

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    I'd look into the Jiu-Jitsu. Most places don't have kata, or at least very few. It would likely be very self defense oriented and should encompass some groundwork, what self respecting JJ school doesn't? Chances are you're gonna learn to break a lot of stuff; not boards or bricks though, just bones.

    They have tai-chi at my college I'm going to next year as well. I might take a few classes if they're free. Give my Sensei's something to laugh at!

    And I would definitely check out the break dance Capo and Belly Dancing! mmmmm flexible girls.....
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