Posted On:3/15/2007 8:19am
Style: No gym currently.
Originally Posted by Virus
Sarcasm. I would never recommend "ninjitsu" to anyone, not even my worst enemy.
I could only recommend judo out of that list.
Stop being serious. I don't like you serious.
Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.
Posted On:3/15/2007 8:33am
JUDO OR SUICIDE, K?.
This thread is now on hold in the name of Holy One, what has to happen now is the OP has to goto a Judo class, and then after this very post, he has to tell us what he did and how awesome that class was and then the thread can continue.
The Dark Wood of Error (Pictured below) awaits anyone who posts anything but praise for the holy one.
And we all know what the holy one does to trees. p.s no hakama in the wood, it encourages mistletoe outbreaks in the crowns during spring and really fucks me off
Posted On:3/15/2007 10:58am
Style: Yoshinkan Aikido, MMA
The list is limited to whats available in my local area. Maybe mixed between self defense and just learning another MA to kill time, get in shape etc..
The Iaido (and with luck kendo) is just for fun and to learn a sword martial art.
I'm not too sure what they learn in ninjitsu or how much sparing they do.
I didn't mind taekwondo when I was taking it a few years ago but it was hard to hid the fact that the organization as a whole seemed to be completly about money. Pumping out black belts for compitition, also i didn't like how the classes were often had kids in them.
Kungfu here seems the same. It costs $20 to even watch a class and if you join the $20 goes towards your monthly fee. If you dont take the class then in theory you get the $20 back which is bullshit because the guy just tries to give you one of his dumb t shirts.
I don't know a thing about kempo karate. I think I'm leaning towards the judo/jujitsu class.
I am a Ninja bitches!! Deal with it
Posted On:3/15/2007 11:10am
Style: Improv comedy
Are you in Ottawa or Kingston?
Posted On:3/15/2007 11:20am
I'm making a list of names. Hail Kimura.
Posted On:3/15/2007 11:25am
Style: BJJ, MT, Yoga
Post count 643+.
Member since May 2006.
Have you just not been paying attention?
There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.
Posted On:3/15/2007 11:30am
Style: Mostly drinking. E-chaun
whichever one trains the most realistically. Look for a good teacher not a good style.
resistance, non forms, resistance drills, resistance sparring .....
wait do I really have to fucking explain what realistic training and sparring and stuff is on bullshido?
from that list there- playing the law of averages your bet is you will find a judo dojo that teaches that way long before you find any of the others.
Posted On:3/15/2007 11:32am
+1 for judo
Posted On:3/15/2007 11:39am
Style: Short Fist Boxing
Originally Posted by GuiltySpark
I've decided to take up an additional martial art. I'm currently taking Yoshinkan Aikido. I'm slowly picking up Iaido but I consider it part time. (When I move I plan on probably jumping into kendo).
Anyhow in the mean time I'm trying to decide what additional martial art to take and I'm looking for input and feed back on what you guys think I should go for.
Judo & Jujitsu
Stick with just aikido
Yes I tried to make this a poll but the thing **** the bed.
If you are coming to my area I would recommend our school - www.pakmei.net
But Judo if you are anywhere else.
Who did you study Iaido with? I trained with Bill Mears for a few months when I was living in St.Catherines for a while. really enjoyed it too
" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
Posted On:3/15/2007 11:40am
If you want to play with weapons, you should look into Arnis/Escrima/Kali.
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