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  1. callum828 is offline

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     Style: Judo, Muay Thai, MMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless View Post
    Do I do or have done?
    Have done, I assume the ones you train currently are the ones in the style field.
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     Style: Chinese Boxing

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    Quote Originally Posted by callum828 View Post
    Have done, I assume the ones you train currently are the ones in the style field.
    Nope, that's just my main system.

    I have done:
    Wing Chun 1 year
    Judo 32 years (no I'm not that good nor that high ranked)
    SAMBO 17 years
    Japanese Jiu Jitsu; Budoshin and Shorin Ryu 12 years
    BJJ 12 years
    Shootfighting 2 years
    Kickboxing 18 years
    Hapkido 16 years (complete Hobbyist)
    Kenpo 1 year
    Goju Ryu Karate 1 1/2 years
    Taekwondo ITF 8 years
    Taekwondo WTF 4 years
    Muay Thai 3 years (formal practice)
    Boxing 14 years
    Southern Eagle Claw 7 years
    5 ancestor fist 15 years
    Leopard fist 9 years
    Hung gar 3 years
    Tai Chi (Yang Style) 2 years
    5 fist Kung fu 7 years
    Rising Phoenix Boxing 7 years
    ....

    I think that's it. I rarely sit down and think about these things.
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    Told you guys martial arts tengu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    8/31/2010 12:11pm


     Style: Judo, Muay Thai, MMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless View Post
    Nope, that's just my main system.

    I have done:
    Wing Chun 1 year
    Judo 32 years (no I'm not that good nor that high ranked)
    SAMBO 17 years
    Japanese Jiu Jitsu; Budoshin and Shorin Ryu 12 years
    BJJ 12 years
    Shootfighting 2 years
    Kickboxing 18 years
    Hapkido 16 years (complete Hobbyist)
    Kenpo 1 year
    Goju Ryu Karate 1 1/2 years
    Taekwondo ITF 8 years
    Taekwondo WTF 4 years
    Muay Thai 3 years (formal practice)
    Boxing 14 years
    Southern Eagle Claw 7 years
    5 ancestor fist 15 years
    Leopard fist 9 years
    Hung gar 3 years
    Tai Chi (Yang Style) 2 years
    5 fist Kung fu 7 years
    Rising Phoenix Boxing 7 years
    ....

    I think that's it. I rarely sit down and think about these things.
    You can't have been training all those at the same time? Are you like 'I feel like Judo this week' and then do another the next week?
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     Style: BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless View Post
    Nope, that's just my main system.

    I have done:
    Wing Chun 1 year
    Judo 32 years (no I'm not that good nor that high ranked)
    SAMBO 17 years
    Japanese Jiu Jitsu; Budoshin and Shorin Ryu 12 years
    BJJ 12 years
    Shootfighting 2 years
    Kickboxing 18 years
    Hapkido 16 years (complete Hobbyist)
    Kenpo 1 year
    Goju Ryu Karate 1 1/2 years
    Taekwondo ITF 8 years
    Taekwondo WTF 4 years
    Muay Thai 3 years (formal practice)
    Boxing 14 years
    Southern Eagle Claw 7 years
    5 ancestor fist 15 years
    Leopard fist 9 years
    Hung gar 3 years
    Tai Chi (Yang Style) 2 years
    5 fist Kung fu 7 years
    Rising Phoenix Boxing 7 years
    ....

    I think that's it. I rarely sit down and think about these things.
    Based on your experience I will award you an Honorary Black Belt in Tiger Mind Boxing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by callum828 View Post
    You can't have been training all those at the same time? Are you like 'I feel like Judo this week' and then do another the next week?
    No, most of those I studied formally in some shape; I always had a base system Kung-fu and Judo being it, and I would start practicing others. At one time I was doing SAMBO (which would include Judo), Kung-fu, Taekwondo, Hapkido and kickboxing. All at the same time, one class following another sometimes on different days, sometimes merged into the same class (Taekwondo and Hapkido for example). Kickboxing I would use for sparring. It's not as hard and convoluted as it sounds. Today my classes consist of Kickboxing, then SAMBO, then Kung-fu, then competition Jiujitsu and SAMBO, then Combat SAMBO/MMA, at the same time I teach Muay Thai and then kung-fu. Not that hard to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless View Post
    Nope, that's just my main system.

    I have done:
    Wing Chun 1 year
    Judo 32 years (no I'm not that good nor that high ranked)
    SAMBO 17 years
    Japanese Jiu Jitsu; Budoshin and Shorin Ryu 12 years
    BJJ 12 years
    Shootfighting 2 years
    Kickboxing 18 years
    Hapkido 16 years (complete Hobbyist)
    Kenpo 1 year
    Goju Ryu Karate 1 1/2 years
    Taekwondo ITF 8 years
    Taekwondo WTF 4 years
    Muay Thai 3 years (formal practice)
    Boxing 14 years
    Southern Eagle Claw 7 years
    5 ancestor fist 15 years
    Leopard fist 9 years
    Hung gar 3 years
    Tai Chi (Yang Style) 2 years
    5 fist Kung fu 7 years
    Rising Phoenix Boxing 7 years
    ....

    I think that's it. I rarely sit down and think about these things.
    Respect!:notworthy...you're crazier than me, not by much but still.:notworthy
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    ...your books on Kama Sutra and BJJ are interchangeable.
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    It looks like this is a great fighting method if someone replaces your shampoo with superglue.
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  8. callum828 is offline

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    Posted On:
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     Style: Judo, Muay Thai, MMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless View Post
    No, most of those I studied formally in some shape; I always had a base system Kung-fu and Judo being it, and I would start practicing others. At one time I was doing SAMBO (which would include Judo), Kung-fu, Taekwondo, Hapkido and kickboxing. All at the same time, one class following another sometimes on different days, sometimes merged into the same class (Taekwondo and Hapkido for example). Kickboxing I would use for sparring. It's not as hard and convoluted as it sounds. Today my classes consist of Kickboxing, then SAMBO, then Kung-fu, then competition Jiujitsu and SAMBO, then Combat SAMBO/MMA, at the same time I teach Muay Thai and then kung-fu. Not that hard to do.
    Still, pretty damn impressive. I want to carry on doing martial arts my whole life if I can, so I'll have something to do when I'm retired, so maybe in a few decades my list can look like that.
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     Style: BJJ

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    Mine:
    TKD (WTF, ITF.....IDK) 1 year (Sweet yella belt)
    TSD 1 year no belt
    Shaolin Kung Fu errr a few months
    Hapkido (South Korea) 1 year (Red Belt)
    Nineteen years of nothing
    JJJ 3 /12 years (Green Belt)
    BJJ 1 1/2 years WB


    I am also the Soke, head of system, BB, sensei grandmaster of the Tiger Gate Dojo (my garage)
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    Posted On:
    8/31/2010 3:01pm

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    I respect people that take the time to learn as many styles as they can, every style is perfect if taught correctly, so the more you learn the better off you will be with any opponent. I have only been doing martial arts for 2 years and I can tell you that if anything it has calmed me down and put me in better shape I was 230 lbs before I started and now I'm 182 plus I had high chol and now everything is at normal ranges. I am 30 now and I hope to learn as much as I can. So omega your the man for all your devotion.
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