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    rookie here

    hey wsup guys, . .
    ima newbie here. . .
    i practiced kyokushin before in my early college days, a bit of arnis coz it was in our p.e. curriculum way back in my high school days. .
    after college a few drinks here and there, no workout and bam im a fatso. . .

    now i just quit smoking and currently doin kickboxing and looking better everyday. . .
    im really interested in grappling , i had an intro lesson the other day.
    i dont have much idea on the different philosophies of bjj, wrestling, etc. though. . .

    #2
    Welcome to Bullshido.

    I thought I spelled it wrong, but as I said I'm a mechanic not an English professor.

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      #3
      Welcome to the forum mate. Should be a fun journey! :)


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        #4
        Welcome to the forums.

        And the "philosophies" of BJJ and wrestling, if you would argue that the entire style has a distinct philosophy, are entirely different from each other. Just for the record.

        In any case, if you wanted to learn the mindset that comes with each style, that's simply something that comes with practicing and putting in the work.

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          #5
          Thanks guys, shouldve known this site years ago when a dude wanted to join an open karate tourney in my town using only the "touch of death", the instructor didnt compete but his students got smashed to friggin bits. . .

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            #6
            Originally posted by eslupmi View Post
            Thanks guys, shouldve known this site years ago when a dude wanted to join an open karate tourney in my town using only the "touch of death", the instructor didnt compete but his students got smashed to friggin bits. . .
            Well of course they did. But that's just because all their techniques were too deadly for competition.

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