Posted On:12/27/2007 5:38am
Style: Traditional Ju Jitsu
Title says it all really - any suggestions. I cant find any classess within a hundred miles of my home that dont sound like the guy has learnt it off Ong Bak (not a bad place to start though!)
AK: Giving new meaning to the word "Unfair."
Posted On:12/27/2007 6:01am
Style: Out-Of-Shape MMA
Ong Bak is pretty much all you need. The Protector was also good, you can probably learn a lot from that. IF you need a little extra material, there's a little Muay Thai in Bloodsport 2.
Posted On:12/27/2007 6:15am
ha ha in fact i think ill email tony jaa himself and ask if he can teach me his style. the guy is a legend
Posted On:12/27/2007 7:07am
Style: No gym currently.
I think Kai means that this thread would probably have been best posted in Strikeistan (if at all).
Perhaps a kindly mod will move it.
Posted On:12/27/2007 7:48am
I was actually being serious - i would like to incorporate muay thai techniques into my training but cant find a class to attend in my area. Videos seem next logical step.
Posted On:12/27/2007 8:23am
And I was also being serious: your question doesn't seem to belong in the forum that sports the description
SERIOUS discussion on McDojos, questionable Martial Artists, and Martial Arts History only. Help us fight fraud in the Martial Arts by contributing well-thought-out threads and ideas on the subject.
This is our showcase forum and raison d’ętre; please keep to the subject at hand and take the squabbling to YMAS or Trollshido. Strongly moderated for On-Topic posting.
so I recommended the forum that focuses on striking discussion...
Either that or Gitmo.
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