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  1. MSphinx is offline

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     Style: Muay Thai

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    Muay Thai: Using the hardest parts of your body to hit the most vulnerable parts of your opponent's.
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     Style: No gym currently.

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    Two for jiu-jitsu and no-one has mentioned position...
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     Style: Improv comedy

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    Gojujitsu

    Using strikes and kicks to close the distance so you can throw someone and be on top to submit, strike or get away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSphinx
    Muay Thai: Using the hardest parts of your body to hit the most vulnerable parts of your opponent's.
    I like this one.
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     Style: Sanda/Taijiquan *Hiatus*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion
    Martial Tai Chi: A sorta mix of boxing and wrestling with a few simple kicks and lotsa odd but difficult chinese callisthenics and a few forms. Does alright in San Shou if you train hard enough.
    Not bad, I would remove boxing and the term martial (and replace it with chuan/quan)What did you think of mine?
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     Style: BJJ - SBGi

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    Jiu-Jitsu : Using position and leverage to submit or control an opponent of any size
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     Style: Judo, Sub wrestling

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    Jiu-jitsu: Obtaining a position where your leverage/capability is maximized and your opponent's minimized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seanyseanybean
    Not bad, I would remove boxing and the term martial (and replace it with chuan/quan)What did you think of mine?
    I'd leave the term boxing because it really does look like a mix of boxing and wrestling to a noob who is not a highly trained boxer or wrestler. I don't get taught in chinese. Yours was fine but doesn't describe how what you do ends up presenting when used in competition.

    I use the term martial because most Tai Chi is taught purely on a health/yogic sorta basis.
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  9. Cuchulain is offline

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     Style: Sanda/Taijiquan *Hiatus*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion
    I'd leave the term boxing because it really does look like a mix of boxing and wrestling to a noob who is not a highly trained boxer or wrestler. I don't get taught in chinese. Yours was fine but doesn't describe how what you do ends up presenting when used in competition.

    I use the term martial because most Tai Chi is taught purely on a health/yogic sorta basis.
    I was going for the pushing hands approach. Where the 4 aspects of Grasp the sparrows tail are emphasised, which can be described like a rubber ball being bounced. Once this has been developed it can be used for the wrestling in SJ or Sanda.


    There is a saying in Tai Chi "The open hand is 10 times stronger than the closed fist" meaning that throwing/wrestling > boxing. Hence why i wouldn't consider boxing part of the essence of Tai Chi.
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    Cullion likes hitting people. Let's not forget this.
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