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    Stanford Martial Arts Program MT or JJ?

    Going to Stanford this Tuesday and I was wondering if anybody knew anything about the Muay Thai or Jujitsu program there. They have other styles too. Muay Thai and Jujitsu have similar schedules so I don't know if I should stick with one or alternate like every quarter. I was also thinking about joining the TKD team since they train like everyday and I could just go there on my off days with MT or JJ, or is that a bad idea?
    Last edited by Blade Edge; 9/17/2007 11:47am, .

    #2
    Originally posted by Blade Edge
    Going to Stanford this Tuesday and I was wondering if anybody knew anything about the Muay Thai or Jujitsu program there. They have other styles too. Muay Thai and Jujitsu have similar schedules so I don't know if I should stick with one or alternate like every quarter. I was also thinking about joining the TKD team since they train like everyday and I could just go there on my off days with MT or JJ, or is that a bad idea?

    And if I could have links for newbies on how to train, I'm kind of lazy to search through the training forum.

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      #3
      http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...raining+basics

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        #4
        That's aikijujitsu. It sucks. Do muay thai.

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          #5
          UMMM, Their JuJitsu program is not JuJitsu:

          The Stanford Jujitsu club teaches Aiki Jujitsu. It emphasizes practical methods of self-defense and does not compete. Methods include throws, joint locks, submission holds, strikes, ground fighting, and police control techniques.
          "Sifu, I"m niether - I'm a fire dragon so don't fuck with me!"

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            #6
            well the op is already to lazy to search the newbie/training forums so aiki jujutsu is probably perfect for him.

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              #7
              http://www.stanford.edu/group/judo/p-tamayo.html

              Experience: 32 years, 2 time National Bronze Medalist, 5 time California State Champion, Sambo World Champion

              !!

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                #8
                phhss....whats your point?




                :-p

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by JohnnyFive
                  http://www.stanford.edu/group/judo/p-tamayo.html

                  Experience: 32 years, 2 time National Bronze Medalist, 5 time California State Champion, Sambo World Champion

                  !!

                  Sounds good - OP should go for that- but probably won't as it might be too much like hard work.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Lebell
                    phhss....whats your point?




                    :-p
                    Hmmm. I think he's trying to say it might be better than wristlock-jitsu.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Virus
                      Hmmm. I think he's trying to say it might be better than wristlock-jitsu.
                      no way!
                      nothing can stand against teh wr!st l0ck!!!
                      you just never experienced the real deal.

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                        #12
                        I thought wristlocks sucked until I learnt the secret, instead of a 45 degree angle on the elbow you use a 48 degree angle. You see the old masters hid the deadly real from the uninitiated that way.

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                          #13
                          ssshhh!!!!

                          dont give away what you can sell, you moron!
                          wanna start a dutch-australian wristlock jitsu federation with me?
                          six month of 'training' in amsterdam and the other 6 months ozzie beach training.

                          we can milk this..

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                            #14
                            So what do you think Muay Thai or Judo? Oh and here are videos from the AikiJujitsu class. Nobody commented on whether I should do the TKD on off days or not.

                            P.S. I'm sorry I said I was lazy to search. I'll go do 50 pushups and start using the search button.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Blade Edge
                              So what do you think Muay Thai or Judo? Oh and here are videos from the AikiJujitsu class. Nobody commented on whether I should do the TKD on off days or not.

                              P.S. I'm sorry I said I was lazy to search. I'll go do 50 pushups and start using the search button.

                              Go try both MT and Judo, and see what you like - we can't decide for you!

                              TKD is a no, on off days you should try and pick up chicks - something you won't be able to do if your do TKD.

                              "I do TKD" is the same as "I have AIDS and I am about to cum in your face"

                              I don't know how to explain it better than that.

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