Posted On:6/15/2003 11:54pm
Style: Karate, Wrestling
That, I would like to see. Once he was done with our portly friend here, he could beat around a couple of those artsy kung fu types.
"The morning glory blooms for an hour. It differs not at heart from the giant pine, which lives for a thousand years."
Posted On:6/16/2003 8:20am
not the horribly chambered punches!!!
Hard work, Patience, Dedication.
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Posted On:6/16/2003 9:29am
Style: Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
The fat guy you are making fun of - while I do find it base to make fun of people, Kajukenbo does stress fitness and conditioning, so maybe that's why he dropped out of the school he was in?
I'll be working out in Kalihi, birthplace of Kempo/Kenpo/Kajukenbo in a few weeks; hope I don't barf, it's so embarrassiing.
Edited by - patfromlogan on June 16 2003 09:37:56
"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
Posted On:6/16/2003 9:43am
Physical conditioning is a huge part of a martial artists effectiveness. Now of course their are exceptions. Babe Ruth for example was not in the best shape but could crank the ball. Martial arts isnt baseball but you get the idea.
Posted On:6/16/2003 9:54am
Sammo is pretty fat, but he's quite good at fighting. Sammo was quite well known for getting into fights with local triads.
He's conditioning is supposedly quite harsh too, the amount of stuff that he does for a warm up would probably cause a lot of guys to pass out. I wonder what Sammo would look like if he didn't train...
Anyone been to Sammo's new restaurant, Shanghai Noon? Looks pretty awesome.
Posted On:6/16/2003 10:05am
I mean a guy can be naturally just big... but i dont think thats the case of this guy...hes just out of shape
Posted On:6/16/2003 5:03pm
The guy in the middle and the guy to the immediate left of him are probably the two most deadly people you can imagine.
Posted On:6/16/2003 5:06pm
And what about sumo?
Neutral, or nearly so
Posted On:6/16/2003 5:35pm
So do you think fitness is important or not Jamoke?
My single chopstick is bad at serving soup, cutting steaks and basting roasts and chickens. Besides that it owns.
Posted On:6/16/2003 5:44pm
either you know how to fight or you don't. i keep myself in good shape so i live longer, not so i fight better.
do i think fitness is important for life, YES.
do i think fitness is important to win a 15 second fight, NO
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