Thread: Virus & Co.These Bujinkan Clips.
9/14/2007 4:39am, #11
9/14/2007 4:49am, #12
Now the real question is whether monkey kungfu and drunken boxing can become effective if trained properly.
9/14/2007 4:54am, #13Originally Posted by Virus
9/14/2007 5:43am, #14
9/14/2007 8:17am, #15
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WHY is the fourth video after the fifth one? this should not be!
9/14/2007 8:36am, #16
With my limited experience from both BJJ and BBT I can say that some things that are taught in BBT are very similiar to what BJJ teaches (throws, basically).. The difference is, that BBT guys didn't teach how to do them properly. They just kind of assumed that you'd get it by yourself one day where as BJJ instructor was there whipping my ass until my throw at least weakly resembled the real thing.
So, BBT teaches effective things.. unfortunately just badly. You want throws, do Judo, not BBT.Curiosity killed the cat. But damn it had a blast.
9/14/2007 10:03am, #17
Actually I find the takedowns I've learnt in BJJ completely different to the ones I did at bujinkan.
9/14/2007 11:52am, #18Originally Posted by Mr Bosco
9/14/2007 11:58am, #19
Yep. It's like they trained an actor to do it but refused to edit it out of the movie.SEANBABY:
"The seventh law of thermodynamics is that every time a fat person gets near a trapdoor, they fall in. It’s the closest thing we have to scientific proof of God."
9/14/2007 12:01pm, #20Originally Posted by Hedgehogey
That was me bitch, anyway i think you missed the point of that conversion.