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Dec
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comment Martial art without exam and secrets
Of course, but the OP seems to be looking for a discipline where the teacher wouldn't be holding back for fear of being beaten by one of his students, which seems to be his main concern. You rarely if ever have that problem in boxing or wrestling because the coach is either retired or has been nothing but a coach his entire life.
Dec
17
comment BJJ Instructor and Fighter Ranks
If one substitutes BJJ for "soccer", it makes quite a lot of sense.
Dec
17
answered Addressing martial artists of another style
Dec
17
answered Martial art without exam and secrets
Dec
12
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
12
comment What is the name of this style of Karate (maybe?)?
It's the WMAA. See my update.
Dec
12
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Dec
12
comment What is the name of this style of Karate (maybe?)?
Normally we're not discussing Ichiban Manuke Bakayarō Bullshido.
Dec
12
revised What is the name of this style of Karate (maybe?)?
added history of Ichiban Manuke Bakayarō Bullshido
Dec
12
comment What is the name of this style of Karate (maybe?)?
I'm sorry, what that piece of japanese means is "number one foolish idiot way of bullshit".
Dec
12
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answered What is the name of this style of Karate (maybe?)?
Dec
11
reviewed Approve Please tell me the correct way to sit seiza
Dec
11
comment What is the name of this Taekwondo black belt bo form?
Yes, please post the video.
Dec
5
comment How to deal with unfair judges
It's not a contest ;) I was just saying that you're looking at a lot of trouble even if you win your appeal.
Dec
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answered How to deal with unfair judges
Dec
3
answered In MMA, should you try to block punches with your glove in the same way you could in Muay Thai?
Dec
3
comment Taekwondo Block Bunkai Vs. Shotokan Block Bunkai
You would be surprised how much time you have to perform a proper block when you're in a self-defense situation against a non-martial artist. I was in a fight with a guy once after I had had 3 glasses of wine and I could block each and every one of his punches without worrying about it. The angrier someone is, the slower he moves and the longer his swings. While a proper block won't work in competition, it's pretty effective in the stereotypical bar fight. They also look cool to the ladies [citation needed].