Posted On:10/06/2007 10:18pm
Originally Posted by bushi_no_ki
There are a few AKK techniques I take issue with. Basically, anything with "Gift" in the name, two for defending against a tackle/takedown, and a couple of others. Most bullshido thing I hear or read quite often, AKK is "all inclusive". I've never actually learned groundfighting from the AKK curriculum. Any groundfighting I've learned is based off of Judo/Ju Jutsu, MAC, and my experience in HS wrestling.
I'm ashamed to say that I did EPAK too... looking back, there was some crazy **** they tried to teach me. I should whip my old Kenpo book out and read off the techniques.
How about "Finger Set" or STANCE SET 1 AND 2!!!!111!!!
Posted On:10/07/2007 12:56am
Style: JKD, BJJ
I moved the pointless bickering to Trollshido, take it there folks.
Monkey Ninjas! Attack!
Posted On:10/07/2007 12:57am
Oh, and for my contribution:
Misguided style basher
Posted On:10/07/2007 12:58am
You are a total Douchbag. Train more, post nevermore.
FickleFingerOfFate -08-21-2007 08:59 AM
just die already. Plasma - 08-20-2007 11:45 PM
Best MA website ever!!!!!: http://www.dogjudo.co.uk/
Posted On:10/07/2007 1:04am
Style: BJJ & Judo
Originally Posted by JKDChick
Oh, and for my contribution:
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Charlie Don't Surf
Posted On:10/07/2007 1:15am
Style: TKD, Relson GJJ, Judo
Actually, it was probably a class I lead. I made everyone run up a 3 mile trail in Sedon AZ in the snow wearing their hiking boots and then we trained in about a foot of snow up on a rocky precipice. After warming up with basic techniques in the snow and getting our boots thourougly soaking wet, I made everyone do Pyongwon on a stone archway with a fifty foot drop on one side and a seventy foot drop on the other. Those that didn't know Pyongwan got to practice side kick-back kick and round kick-back kick combos. Then we sparred in the snow. Sparring in the snow with sodden hiking boots is interesting. Even if your ponderously slow kicks miss, you throw so much snow up into your partners face that its pretty easy to follow up with a couple of punches. Having lots of prickly plants to fall into also made it interesting. After all this good fun, at least our 3 mile run back was mostly downhill.
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Posted On:10/07/2007 3:22am
Style: No gym currently.
Originally Posted by TEA
Dude, were you messing with them, or ???
Our instructor once made us run barefoot through the mean streets for a mile...
I went along cos some of the younger students didn't have the balls to tell "sensei" to not be a wanker, and I didn't fancy letting 8 and 9 year old kids get lost* in a place that has a lot of passing tourists...
The complaints from parents were hilarious though.
He must have lost 8-10 students with that little bit of genius.
*I mean bundled into a car, raped and killed, obviously.
Posted On:10/07/2007 5:07am
Most Bullshido exercise I can recall was from WTF Tae Kwon Do, circa 1983. There was a move to get everyone to kihap (kiai) using the phrase "Tae Kwon!" on damn near every punch and kick. Felt ridiculous, strained everyone's voices and only lasted a couple of weeks.
Posted On:10/07/2007 9:28am
The most bullshido training activity would have been "testicle conditioning"! Yup, chi kung exercises to condition your testicles in such a way that you would be less prone to pain when struck in that particular pair of your anatomy! It basically consisted of me doing breathing exercises while gently slapping my own balls...of course the embarassemente/awkwardness factor was through the roof, that allied with the fact that it was supposeddly a secret skill only taught to 2nd level belts and up! Never did that training again, so I cant tell you if that stuff really worked or if it was something cooked up just to embarass us!:listen:
Posted On:10/07/2007 11:36am
Kata. To music. Badly performed classical music.
At least I wasn't wearing the flag Gi like our performance team did when they did them.
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