View Poll Results: Which option most closely describes your view of TMA?
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8/29/2006 10:46pm, #1
The new DTMA scale. Where do you stand?
Where do you stand on my new 10-point DTMA (Dissolusionment with Traditional Martial Arts) scale? Select the one that most accuratly describes your view of tradtional martial arts.
1. TMA are teh bombz0r!1!11 They would pwn anything else in d4 r1ng or t3h r34l f1t3.
2. They won't work in a sportive situation due to rules constraints, but they are the ideal best for self defence.
3. They are an undiscovered goldmine of awseome techniques. They could become a real force in the MMA, contact striking and submission events. Someone just needs to develop them with alive training and pressure testing.
4. They have thier strong and weak points, just like all other styles.
5. They have some good techniques which can suppliment sport style training well.
6. They have useful drills and execises (kata) for developing fighting attributes (balance, speed, strength, core stability) which could be used to suppliment sporting styles.
7. They can give you some ideas and concepts which can be used by people who already train in sporting combative arts.
8. You should study alive-based combat sports, but TMAs can give you a trick or two up your sleeve.
9. They're ****.
10. They're irredeemable ****.
8/29/2006 11:12pm, #2
8/29/2006 11:16pm, #3
BJJ and Judo are both older than many martial arts that people consider traditional.カンフー
8/29/2006 11:18pm, #4
There is no such thing as TMA.
8/29/2006 11:21pm, #5
I was going to vote for #1, but I decided against being a dick.....for once.SON OF ODIN
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8/29/2006 11:23pm, #6
I thought this poll might be a good idea becuase people on other forums say things like"bullshido guys all think TMA is ____" so this is an attempt to get a more accurate picture of the opinion breakdown of our resident bullies.
8/29/2006 11:29pm, #7
Virus what do you think a traditional martial art is in the first place?カンフー
8/29/2006 11:38pm, #8
for this to be even halfway relevant you would have to define TMAs. which you haven't.
8/29/2006 11:52pm, #9
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Meh, I voted 5. This poll needs a defintion for TMA (which will certainly be the starting point for a shitslinging party as usual).
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8/29/2006 11:54pm, #10
Too Much Analingus?