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    So in a Bullshido throwdown

    we can meet up and specify the type of fight right? Like if we want just boxing. or boxing and clinch, or full blown mma.


    once I get my car and my license it will be fun. I'm assuming we gotta be 18 also right?

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    Yep. It's a friendly meet up for various types of sparring. Check ego's at the door please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    we can meet up and specify the type of fight right? Like if we want just boxing. or boxing and clinch, or full blown mma.


    once I get my car and my license it will be fun. I'm assuming we gotta be 18 also right?
    Hell no. I was kicking 3Moose1 in the junk at Throwdowns when he was still seventeen.
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    No but when your more experienced then newer members, It's ideal to help them. Since Krav has self defense moves like choke defense and such, Its difficult for a beginner to understand the basics, and the teacher can't focus on everyone 24/7

    Sides if I teach em and they get better it's more people for me to fight. Same with advertising my school

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw View Post
    Hell no. I was kicking 3Moose1 in the junk at Throwdowns when he was still seventeen.

    not to sound wimpy but it seems like these would be better as big events where you could have medics on call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    not to sound wimpy but it seems like these would be better as big events where you could have medics on call.
    No, these aren't all MMA a matches as everyone goes for different reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    Sides if I teach em and they get better it's more people for me to fight. Same with advertising my school
    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    I have been doing a lot of teaching in class lately. It's kind of the responsibility of a more experienced guy. Now it;s easy for me to learn because I understand my arts basic concepts so if I'm shown a move a few times it's easy for me to manipulate my body using all the subtle movements that make up the move, without having to think.

    But when your teaching somebody with no previous experience, I have to think of all the little freaking movements that I'm doing naturally so the thought to teach them does not cross my mind.

    Not to mention Krav is a system that borrows moves from other arts and adds an aggressive philosophy to it. I mean essentially I'm trying to teach moves and martial arts philosophy at the same time.

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