Posted On:9/22/2008 2:02am
I live in oxnard any suggestions would be greatly appreciated Thnx
Posted On:9/22/2008 4:09am
Style: BJJ, boxing
I googled Oxnard martial art and got this helpful link
Here, on at least the first few pages, you get a list over martial arts in Oxnard.
You have a lot of TKD, but I don't think you have tangsodoo.
Good luck with your searching
Posted On:9/26/2008 11:30pm
Thank you for the link:)
Posted On:9/27/2008 3:08am
Style: Chinese Boxing
Jeez, what's with all these losers popping up in the Oxnard area? As far as I know there is no Tang Soo Do studio in the area. The closest place is in Thousand Oaks.
Posted On:9/29/2008 9:09am
Style: Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
After looking at the Opinions thread next to this one and the n00bie thread Hello...need some "real" advice!! - No BS Martial Arts (disturbing and sad = TSD) I wonder why the OP wants to train in TSD? Perhaps there is some good TKD and TSD, but why not look for Kyokushin or some other better karate?
Last edited by patfromlogan; 9/29/2008 9:21am at .
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Posted On:9/29/2008 10:29am
Posted On:9/29/2008 1:05pm
If you want a decent Martial art school that's Korean based go here:
Even though the instructor is a *****.
Last edited by Omega; 9/29/2008 1:23pm at .
Posted On:9/29/2008 1:09pm
Why are you recommending that loser?
Posted On:9/29/2008 1:10pm
btw, there's a thread in newbietown that requires your attention, Omega. It's entitled "New guy" by Ordinary Joe.
Posted On:9/29/2008 8:25pm
I left way of orient because I wanted harder more realistic training i.e. full contact sparring
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