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  1. Ninnong is offline

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    Taekwando+soccer equals?

    YouTube- Owned In Soccer Throw In!!
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    So, nobody has mentioned Shaolin Soccer yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lu Tze View Post
    Can be a nasty fucking game football, especially amateur leagues.

    There's something about the slyness of the violence in soccer that annoys me, it's primarily perpetrated by dickheads who get off on blindsiding people.
    Apart from me not being able to kick straight that's one of the main reasons why I hate the game. You get fouled for shoving over someone that bitch tackles you and if you get into breathing distance of some of the smaller players theyre likely to fall over and have a cry.
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    essentially football is a mixture of taekwondo and acting
    "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
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zendokan View Post
    The mother began to talk why I was there, etc...than when it was my turn I asked her what her son had. He had broken his shoulder bone and the shoulder plate, but the mother reassured me that it wasn't his first broken bones.
    He had already broken his other shoulderbone and plate, one calfbone, one shinbone, his arms, some fingers, some toes and a few ribs.
    I asked which Martial Art he practised and the mother said "Oh no! He plays soccer".
    I had a friend who was interested in working out at my gym, but she decided to do Rollerderby instead of Muay Thai because her husband didn't want her getting hurt. :icon_roll

    Someone that started roller derby with her broke their leg before they could train enough to qualify for the team, and my friend had had enough and quit after her first actual game.
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    There was something like this in the crap free paper today. I didn't really think it was as 'martial arts in the news' worthy, but seeing as there's a thread now:
    http://www.metro.co.uk/weird/834917-...way-to-success

    Shaolin have the real deadly marketing ... but yes, Shaolin Soccer was there years ago.
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    I'm talking about the Stephen Chow movie.
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    Martial art? It's a summer camp activity, it's not even a real sport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zencreative View Post
    There was something like this in the crap free paper today. I didn't really think it was as 'martial arts in the news' worthy, but seeing as there's a thread now:
    http://www.metro.co.uk/weird/834917-...way-to-success

    Shaolin have the real deadly marketing ... but yes, Shaolin Soccer was there years ago.
    Thailand beat them to it:
    YouTube- Takraw: Thai Soccer - Thailand
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    Football and Rugby totaly helped. Football is a good way to get agression and toughness (constantly getting tackled ftw?) mostly the conditioning I was interested in though and diddn't stay very long (actually I got kicked out)

    I heard Soccer is good for kick accuracy? sweeps? or something like that? nothing beats a epic soccer game!
    the coolest football game I had was this day it was raining really hard and whe went to the muddiest and grassiest field ever it was so epic! (I wanna do it again lol)
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