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    I'll Ask the Same Question in Two Different Places

    My martial arts path really started with WTF Taekwondo. And over the years, I've found certain deficiencies in my TKD training and bad habits I picked up from sparring semi full-contact for points. I've learned that a lot of traditional martial artists find a sort of cognitive dissonance with classical or sport training and some of the realities of fighting. That being said, I've found that there were lots of important benefits from my TKD training that I wouldn't trade for the world. And some of them have nothing at all to do with fighting. What are some of the lessons from your Taekwondo training that you'll never forget?

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    Do not create duplicate threads.

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      #3
      Originally posted by doofaloofa
      Hey guys I want to talk to you about Tommy Carruthers...
      Why??
      Train hard, fight easy.

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        Not always.
        Train hard, fight easy.

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          Originally posted by DerAuslander View Post
          Do not create duplicate threads.
          My bad, boss.

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