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Jan
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comment Martial Art focused on upper body strikes
Which is where wrestling comes in.
Jan
28
answered Martial Art focused on upper body strikes
Jan
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answered Best moment to land a low kick?
Jan
28
answered Is Spin Hook Kick A Defensive or Offensive Kick?
Jan
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answered Self-defense with hemiphlegia
Jan
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answered Boxing - how to make a blunt “charging” of a heavier opponent, unaffordable for him?
Jan
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answered Videos and/or explicit instruction on hand wrapping for boxing
Jan
13
comment Defence against Wing Chun
Wing Chun is aimed at teaching novices how to defend against skilled Kung Fu fighters. At that, it's brilliant, but it was never meant as a serious competitor to martial arts in general.
Jan
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answered Overcoming fear/anxiousness and dealing with pain
Jan
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comment Overcoming fear/anxiousness and dealing with pain
"internal" martial arts refers to chinese martial arts that originated inside China, as opposed to "external" martial arts that e.g. have roots in Buddhism (Buddhism originating in India).
Jan
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answered What are the advantage of wearing a rashguard under the Gi in BJJ?
Jan
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answered JKD spin kick vs. Taekwondo spin kick
Dec
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comment Martial art without exam and secrets
Given the question, my answer needs no further elaboration.
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
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comment BJJ Instructor and Fighter Ranks
If one substitutes BJJ for "soccer", it makes quite a lot of sense.
Dec
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answered Addressing martial artists of another style
Dec
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answered Martial art without exam and secrets
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Dec
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comment What is the name of this style of Karate (maybe?)?
It's the WMAA. See my update.