Not a bullshit school
Kind of a bullshit school
Bullshit school-not recommended by bullshido
Posted On:10/29/2008 7:54pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
Only $140. That would only cost you $70. Would be good advertisement.
Posted On:10/29/2008 11:33pm
Style: TKD, judo, MT noob
can you pm troycoe omega? i know us mere mortals cant but i figure since u are an admin you can do basically whatever. just asking cause he said he wont post anymore, but i bet he still logs on and checks the website so he might respond to a pm.
troy, if you are still reading, respond to omega, it will make you look much more legit (which i think you mostly are) and maybe you can even learn some basic grappling to add to your system to keep it standing like you want
Posted On:10/29/2008 11:46pm
Style: BJJ/Pekiti Tersia/Hsing-I
Originally Posted by cyrijl
Is this you Troy?
If it was him that fucker would be EARLESS!!!!!!!!
Good find Cyrijl.
Posted On:10/30/2008 4:03am
Style: Canadian ninjutsu
So is this the same Troy Coe who along with Richard Van Hazel, both from Phoenix were militia men and kidnappers / attempted murderers back in 1999.
Seems fair to confirm this and milk it for all it's worth, or clear Troy's name on this one.
Posted On:10/30/2008 5:35am
As a short sidebar, I googled my name with the word "arrested" in the search string. It seems that there are many Jeff Cook's who have been arrested, and who have arrested other people. LOL! BTW, NONE of them are me.
I am curious too, but let's be careful with this.
Posted On:10/30/2008 8:20am
Style: BJJ, MT, Yoga
1.Troy Coe is not as common as Jeff Cook
2.When you google his name, the only references are his reality self defense school and this same criminal reference.
There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.
Posted On:10/30/2008 8:37am
Style: BJJ/Muay Thai/Judo
Originally Posted by Troy Coe
More recently and most famously, Bruce Lee sought to reform traditional martial arts by taking bits and pieces of the arts that he had studied and combining them into one with a fresh approach. He sought to take only the most efficient techniques, thus weeding out the attendant metaphysical baggage to make a more teachable, learnable, comprehensive martial art. It was a radical idea, but not radical enough.
Bruce Lee did not understand that even though the individual techniques were efficient they did not work efficiently together. What Bruce Lee still did not have was an understanding of how the body worked. But the missing piece would soon fall into place.
"Bruce Lee didn't understand; Troy Coe does!"
Troy there is a slogan for your new club t-shirts.
Last edited by Law; 10/30/2008 8:45am at .
Posted On:10/30/2008 9:00am
Bruce Lee didn't understand that peoples ears are attached by Velcro!
Valiant Monk of Booze & War
Posted On:10/30/2008 9:31am
Troy obviously doesn't know **** about Bruce Lee beyond what he's read in Black Belt magazine & seen in the movies.
A little research through Bruce's notes would show him how wrong he is.
Posted On:10/30/2008 5:13pm
Style: BJJ, Boxing
how long will reality defense/bullshido practioners believe that eye gouging, biting etc is a valid tactic to defend against wrestling and grappling? its 2008, these arguments have been answered ad nauseum in countless challenge matches (you tube has thousands of them) yet they persist in their belief that they can effectively counter any grappling attacks without ever learning how to grapple/wrestle??
troy, do you really think you're the first martial artist to try these tactics? or just that you've perfected them (without ever actually using them against a skilled grappler)
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