Posted On:1/22/2006 11:26am
Style: She Sho Nah Fen
no im only a brown belt in muay thai but I will be testing soon under the great Shai Lo Huan
Posted On:1/22/2006 11:38am
You have a black belt in JKD and a brown belt in MT?
Jeez, what's the world coming to these days....
Posted On:1/22/2006 11:39am
He's a yellow belt in western Boxing as well....
Posted On:1/22/2006 11:45am
blue in boxing, i got it under the great master Juhammed Ali. When I was stationed in eastern china
Posted On:1/22/2006 11:53am
Kill yourself, m4.
Posted On:1/22/2006 12:00pm
that hurt, i mean seriously, damn, my keyboard is overflowing with tears
Posted On:1/22/2006 12:48pm
Style: Wing Chun
Originally Posted by sillitoechris
have recently taken up jkd- for the last 8 months after having spent 2 and a half years on tkd. The new training is completely different and has made me realise just how ridiculous some of the stuff i was taught in tkd was.
am studying under steve powell in manchester, england. anyone ever heard of him? Cant get over how the people i learnt from before were putting ideas into my head that this jumping reverse turning kick stuff is actually useful in real situations. the most useful things i was taught was the releases, simple punches and body movement the latter two of which has helped me catch up with the rest of the jkd class- but cant help thinking i would have been better learning these without the pulled punches and 360 degree spins- ie a different martial art. am loving using my whole body to fight now-especially the elbows and knees. i wont condemn tkd altogether cause i had a great time learning it and i do miss having such regular sparring but cant help wondering if i fell for the dobok, coloured belts (everyone would like to be a black belt in something) and trophys of which i have a few without questioning what is useful. I guess that is the essence of jkd and why I have found myself so impressed with this new angle i have found in the martial arts.
I've heard of Steve Powell. My WC teacher knows him and speaks well of him and has his link on our school's site. So yeah; he's good :)
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