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  • CrackFox
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    Hey, I've been doing Judo for over two years and I still can't do any throws. Sometimes people start falling over and I help them on their way, but usually I'm just as confused about what happened as they are.

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  • Lebell
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    Originally posted by White Kimbo View Post
    it took me about 3 months of BJJ to grasp it. after six months i was doing escapes that were impressing my instructors.

    it took me about 2 months to get the jist of basic throws in judo

    it took me about a year to get a solid understanding of striking through TKD.

    all my training partners showed about the same time frame with 6 months to a year of work to be competition ready at the beginner levels. i don't know where this 5+ years idea came from, but to many people buy it hook line and sinker
    no offense but i think you are overrating your skills.
    ofcourse you can learn a technique in some months.
    the thing is to engraining them into your reflexes, to execute the throw in any variation, quickly switch without hesitating etc.
    that takes time.

    advanced techniques are basic techniques repeated time after time after time.

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  • Das Moose
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    Originally posted by 1point2 View Post
    I laughed continuously the last ten pages. Masterful.

    We mustn't forget to put this thread in the finals for Best Thread Of 2010. Too bad we'll forget by then.

    Brilliant. I assume the KO from the triangle was faked too, then?
    I'd argue that because the reveal etc was finished before New Year's that this thread should be in the draw for Best Thread 2009 :)

    Of course. Although I'm so used to doing them for real that Gary had to ask me to loosen it up a bit the first few takes.

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  • omoplatypus
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    it took me about 3 months of BJJ to grasp it. after six months i was doing escapes that were impressing my instructors.

    it took me about 2 months to get the jist of basic throws in judo

    it took me about a year to get a solid understanding of striking through TKD.

    all my training partners showed about the same time frame with 6 months to a year of work to be competition ready at the beginner levels. i don't know where this 5+ years idea came from, but to many people buy it hook line and sinker

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  • 1point2
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    I laughed continuously the last ten pages. Masterful.

    We mustn't forget to put this thread in the finals for Best Thread Of 2010. Too bad we'll forget by then.

    Brilliant. I assume the KO from the triangle was faked too, then?

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  • Ben Grimm
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    He posted some pics of himself and his book on praying mantis in antimma.com. Good for a laugh.

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  • Demon Eyes
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    Funny you should mention that. Before the big reveal, I was trying to find a pic or video of Hung to post, I was unsuccessful though. The bullshido or google search wasn't able to pick up any results.

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  • Ben Grimm
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    kungfu-alex reminds me of that troll HungKungFu. Spouting the same type of bullshit....

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  • Demon Eyes
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    Originally posted by Necroyunus View Post
    after reading his first post i didn't want to read all 30+ pages.Because I have seen this sht countless times now, it isn't fun anymore.
    If you don't want to read 30+ pages, then just read the last page. It'll ruin the surprise but you'll see why this thread was fun.

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  • Flail_Crapple
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    Originally posted by Necroyunus View Post
    after reading his first post i didn't want to read all 30+ pages.Because I have seen this sht countless times now, it isn't fun anymore.
    It's fun, read the thread.

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  • Necroyunus
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    Originally posted by thatrugbyguy View Post
    Exactly how far have you read into this thread?

    after reading his first post i didn't want to read all 30+ pages.Because I have seen this sht countless times now, it isn't fun anymore.

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  • Flail_Crapple
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    Originally posted by Necroyunus View Post
    Dear Alex

    Your are full of shit

    Thank you
    Exactly how far have you read into this thread?

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  • Necroyunus
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    Originally posted by kungfu-alex View Post
    I was surfing for kung fu related material and I came across this, I felt I had to reply. What you see here is not real kung fu, it is a young apprentice who has no knowledge of what 'real' kung fu is. The matter of the fact is is that the wrestling guy probably wouldn't have lasted more than a minute with a real kung fu practitioner. I mean, groin strikes, throat strikes, hair pulling, biting, eye gauging, all coming at you from the same time, and even if i get taken to the ground, my attacks can still continue relentlessly there as well. I see a frightening trend these days in martial arts, the tenancy to place much too much emphasis on groundfighting when the real challenges lie in fighting on your feet, close quarters, multiple attackers. What if you get one guy down, the other one will just kick you in the throat and then punch you in the spine, these techniques are not allowed in any of the so called fighting styles which rely on wrestling to win. How can you defend those techniques if you are not prepared for them?
    Just my two cents!

    Greetings from a fellow martial artist,

    Alex

    Dear Alex

    Your are full of shit

    Thank you

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  • nasreal
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    A master troll at work... this is the most entertaining thread I've read on bullshido in a long time. Nice job, guys.

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  • toad44
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    thanks, Ace!

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