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    10 Lessons you can learn from martial arts films

    http://www.bambamboo.com/

    Found this a few weeks ago. I did a search and I don't think anyone has posted it yet. Site contains vital information such as "Your trainer will either die or be taken hostage."

    #2
    LOL, at first I thought it was serious and I was hopinhg it will say things like "never give up" e.t.c....but it was pretty funny

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      #3
      The most important message to learn from martial arts films is that power comes from the sound effects.

      *WHAP!*

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        #4
        and screams don't forget the screams.....










        WAA_TAAAH!!!!

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          #5
          They left out that training while standing directly under a waterfall increases the efficiency of the training by a factor of 10.

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            #6
            Yeah, there are a lot more lessons that could be added...

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              #7
              Originally posted by Hooded Justice View Post
              They left out that training while standing directly under a waterfall increases the efficiency of the training by a factor of 10.
              Everyone knows you learn more with chopsticks. It's best if they are used to catch flies or fight for food.

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                #8
                You should also expect to do things that are not humanly possible. Such as kicking a rubber tree in half.
                "We often joke -- and we really wish it were a joke -- that you will only encounter two basic problems with your 'self-defense' training.
                1) That it doesn't work
                2) That it does work"
                -Animal MacYoung

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                  #9
                  they forgot that abstract training that in now way resembles martial arts or fighting is the best way to learn how to fight.

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                    #10
                    Eye of the Tiger played over the training montage gives you a +150% efficiency bonus if you're training boxing!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Hooded Justice View Post
                      They left out that training while standing directly under a waterfall increases the efficiency of the training by a factor of 10.

                      Or on a post:

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                        #12
                        Basicly the more impracical your training the more likley you are to succeed

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                          #13
                          I actually wish that the massive evil asian guy with the Moobs in Bloodsport won. There should be more movies with that guy, and Mako off conan.
                          Originally posted by Judoka_UK
                          Judo is the PC to Sambo's Mac.

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                            #14
                            Along the same lines that you guys have... you can expect to go from nothing to blackbelt level and beat a blackbelt or equivalent who has been training his whole life, within 3 weeks-3 months if you train really hard every day and have the right master.

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                              #15
                              Or you could just microwave a spider.
                              Let it bite you..
                              Then you could kill anyone within a day!
                              With no training at all!

                              Only catch is having to be homosexual for it to work..

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