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  1. Bardock is offline

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    Bullshido Newbie
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    Suggestions??

    Just geting back into martial arts...with that said Im looking forward for any suggestions on what to start taking. I'm looking for unarmed combat, that focuses on dealing the most about damage with minimal effort, something that teaches techniques that end fights the quickest possible.
  2. Cuchulain is offline

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     Style: Sanda/Taijiquan *Hiatus*

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    boxing, maybe judo.
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    Welcome to Bullshido.

    What to take, around here thats ez. Most people with tell you to take one of the combative sports. Boxing, Muay Thai, Judo, Wrestling or BJJ. The most damage for minimal effort is an illusion. Try any of these and you will find that fighting is hard work and a lot of fun (in a sporting setting of course). Don't buy into any of the reality based self defense nonsense that is passed off at a lot of schools. Read a lot (also know as lurking) here, there is a lot to learn.
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     Style: Wu style tcc+bjj

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    CCW... If that's an option where you live.
    Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices.
    - Voltaire
  5. socratic is offline

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     Style: gah, transition again

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    Bardock, the 'ending the fight quick' techniques are most prevalent in the combat sports. They're tried and true, and generally competition fighters will want to be ending fights ASAP- meaning their techniques will reflect this. Get yourself into some boxing, Judo, BJJ, Muay Thai, Kyokushin, Shootboxing, or an MMA class if you can find it. Hell, most MMA matches I've seen barely last for more than 5 minutes. How's that for a quick finish!
  6. leec123 is offline

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     Style: MT,full contact JJ,Sudoku

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    Quote Originally Posted by socratic
    Bardock, the 'ending the fight quick' techniques are most prevalent in the combat sports. They're tried and true, and generally competition fighters will want to be ending fights ASAP- meaning their techniques will reflect this. Get yourself into some boxing, Judo, BJJ, Muay Thai, Kyokushin, Shootboxing, or an MMA class if you can find it. Hell, most MMA matches I've seen barely last for more than 5 minutes. How's that for a quick finish!
    yarp.

    but if they start claiming 'teh d34dly one move finish' or suchlike, point, laugh then go find something else.

    good advice to lurk a bit, and you can always ask opinios on any schools near you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bardock
    Just geting back into martial arts...with that said Im looking forward for any suggestions on what to start taking. I'm looking for unarmed combat, that focuses on dealing the most about damage with minimal effort, something that teaches techniques that end fights the quickest possible.
    Definitely Aikido or tai chi... look for the d33d1y 3y3 gouges and groin strikes, then you'll know its all legit.
    [/sarcasm]
  8. leec123 is offline

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     Style: MT,full contact JJ,Sudoku

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simio de las Rocas
    Definitely Aikido or tai chi... look for the d33d1y 3y3 gouges and groin strikes, then you'll know its all legit.
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    or go for.............................

    the chun (scary background DA DA DAAAAAAAAAAAAA music)

    or the booj? be a secret d34dly ninjer secret assassin k1ll3r

    cant go wrong
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    Savate. Kick to the throat with shoes = one strike, one kill!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bardock
    I'm looking for unarmed combat, that focuses on dealing the most about damage with minimal effort
    Sit on the couch and put the "American Ninja" anthology on repeat and shovel ding-dongs and hoe-hos into your fat stupid face until you either A) Suffocate on a ding-dong/twinkie/hostess cup-cake mixture that could clog an industrial toilet, B) you eat yourself into a diabetic coma, or C) you die of gluttony.

    At some point before you die you will actually believe the **** DoooDoooCawf does is teh d34dly. There you go.....unarmed "combat", dealing most damage, i.e., death, with minimal effort.
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