Originally Posted by pl4zM4
My last post over there. Think I finally made my point clear:
Originally Posted by KempoFist
Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do
God, you're so dreamy KempoFist.
Hmm. I got an 11, and I do understand many of the points you made with the test. But a few words in my (and my school's) defense:
-The instructor who taught/knew most of the grappling left.
-Nobody at the school even tries to pretend that what they're doing with the kids and color belts is truly effective in t3h str33t. 90% of the people at the dojang are there to get in shape and have a little bit of fun.
-The school is a suburban kiddie school. This is my main point, but keep reading if you want to know why I still train there.
-Only the kids who show that they try and actually give a **** get to test for black belt.
-The head instructor is an excellent martial artist.
-If you want to learn real martial arts, you can. You just need to ask.
As long as there are no illusions then you're fine.
Originally Posted by kwoww
I guess I missed that. I thought the pressure points was more when that was the sum total of the attack. When I posted on that thread, I gave my current school a 0, but in light of this revelation we are at least a 1. But whatever. I do what I want. I club baby seals.
Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
Kempofist. Thanks for posting this thread on MAP and for keeping it civil. I've enjoyed reading the discussion.
Does the face count as a pressure point?
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