Posted On:12/11/2007 10:27am
i'll wager a guess that this is the kempo portion of your tri-style. amirite?
Posted On:12/11/2007 10:31am
Style: chinese boxing
Originally Posted by Aikislacker
he just does street-style punches and blocks that we don't have.
Now.. this could be a good training opportunity to practice against more realistic attacks,
Posted On:12/11/2007 10:35am
Originally Posted by Aikislacker
That should bring some interesting looks from the sensei!
This guy did some crappy blocks last night, and I asked him " is that a block we do?" hoping he'd get the hint. He just said "it's one I do."
Why not just go out in the street and crap fight with a friend then? Why are you in a dojo?
I can't help it, but you sound so much like RD's chunner diary. Maybe this is the next step of storytelling?
Curiosity killed the cat. But damn it had a blast.
Posted On:12/11/2007 10:39am
Senior student should be able to deal with an untrained guy, seeing as you train what you do complain to sensei and get him to have a spiritual chat about the art that is learning how to fight without fighting...
And a sore finger? Stick it up your ass.
Originally Posted by sochin101
Dude, whassup? Did they freeze your dick then accidentally use it to cool down a thimble full of water? Or, did you mis-spell crayonist? You know, the guy who makes sure the wax crayons you use aren't too sharp in case you decide to do the decent thing and kill yourself.
Training log. Here
JFS vs The Villain here
Style: San Da, Judo, BJJ
It sounds like this strong noob would school most of your class if your a senior student, start calling him sensei and he will lighten up on you. He obviously mistakingly got the idea that you were good. Either that or he is just a dick.
Posted On:12/11/2007 10:42am
Style: Baihequan, Judo
Might I suggest that if "brute force" techniques manage to knock you down/out so much, maybe the problem is more your inability to cope with that?
As a senior student, you shouldn't get KTFO by sloppy technique. You might be surprised once or twice if you didn't expect the level of contact he puts in, but either you're plain bad or learning a terrible martial art if you're unable to deal with aggression.
It's not like a potential attacker on the street is going to attack you with peaceful and disciplined aikido techniques.
If you are able to deal with him easily with the correct technique, he will eventually wise up. Otherwise, the "you're doing it wrong" mentality is simply making you or your art seem incompetent.
Posted On:12/11/2007 10:47am
If a senior student is getting beaten by an untrained guy with sloppy technique, your school sucks and you need to get out of there. At every boxing gym I've ever been to, I've been the sloppy untrained guy relying on brute strength, and I've gotten shut down by thousands of people much smaller than me with better technique. Same goes for Muay Thai, BJJ, wrestling, etc etc.
You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
Posted On:12/11/2007 10:53am
Ditto to what everyone has said, if you're a senior student you should be able to control him while sparring.
In sparring anything you use within the rules is fine, it doesn't have to be perfect technique and it doesn't have to be in the curriculum of your MA. If his abilities are so sloppy, you should be able to kick his ass.
Posted On:12/11/2007 11:10am
I would also like to add shut up and deadlift.
Posted On:12/11/2007 11:19am
And I would like to add that you (aikislacker) and your martial art(s) suck.
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