Posted On:3/10/2010 1:08am
Not gonna harp on training methods but does anyone else think the term "Aliveness" just sounds like it was thought up by someone who took too many hits to the head? It just sounds like bad grammar, "Live" training sounds a bit more appropriate and is more comfortable rolling of the tongue.
Just something that been bugging me since I joined the site.
Posted On:3/10/2010 3:11am
Style: Kyokushin Karate / BJJ
What do I think? I think they could have called it Harponlessaphem and as long as it still meant what 'Aliveness' stands for, I'll understand it in an instant and agree with it.
Posted On:3/10/2010 3:20am
Posted On:3/10/2010 5:34am
Style: Wing Chun Kuen
Ah, Canada, you never fail to entertain.
Posted On:3/10/2010 6:09am
Style: Muay Thai
Live training isn't the same as aliveness, as aliveness can have levels, while I think live training is simply a yes or no.
And you can't save liveness cause that makes less sense.
Posted On:3/10/2010 6:22am
This is a question often raised by people who never get punched in the face.
"The hero and the coward both feel the same thing, but the hero projects his fear onto his opponent while the coward runs. 'Fear'. It's the same thing, but it's what you do with it that matters". - Cus D'Amato
Posted On:3/10/2010 7:25am
Style: BJJ and MT at the moment
Posted On:3/10/2010 8:00am
Necro FTW wit the thread save. Good job. I think I just experienced aliveness in my pants.
Posted On:3/10/2010 10:03am
Originally Posted by Vorpal
I think I just experienced aliveness in my pants.
I just finished my post-coital smoke. And it felt right.
Posted On:3/10/2010 12:56pm
Style: Karate-knockdown, BJJ
It does not matter what you call it, I had not been running my school in an alive manour for the last few years and the use of the term has changed that. Call it what you want, it still works the same.
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