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I am a simple man. I like software development and fast cars.


Feb
14
answered Training Footwork for people with knee issues
Feb
11
comment How do you prepare for the stress of a real self-defense situation?
Where do you live, by the way?
Feb
11
comment How do you prepare for the stress of a real self-defense situation?
I've had success both in competition AND in teaching self-defense. You don't have to sacrifice one for the other. Martial arts is about learning to fight first and foremost. On the mat or in the ring, there are certain rules we obey. In a real fight, there are none. Your opponent may be carrying a knife or a gun. Taking him out as quick as possible is your best option. Start nothing, finish everything.
Feb
11
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Feb
11
answered How do you prepare for the stress of a real self-defense situation?
Feb
6
comment Why do we train martial arts?
Give your answer, not the one you think they want. On that note, my answer is always "to get to know my limits and to evolve my understanding of what that question means". Basically I'm saying that I want to improve myself, but I don't think I quite know what that means, and can only get a clearer picture as I mature in my art.
Feb
5
comment Can you be immune to chokeholds?
I would imagine that having strong neck-muscles would help.
Feb
4
comment Why can't I bring my knees up fast enough to block low kicks in Muay Thai?
+1. This is the type or advice Bruce Lee would give.
Jan
29
answered hip flexor stretch and popping sound
Jan
26
answered When is a good time to throw a body punch in Muay Thai?
Jan
26
answered What is a good training scheme for kendo?
Jan
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revised Continuously exhaling while attacking or blocking
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Jan
17
comment What are good solutions for MMA training with half long hair?
1. It's not an argument. 2. It is most certainly constructive. 3. Well yes, successful people take measures that help them in the long run. I always give the best solution to a problem, rather than a quick fix that may lead to other problems.
Jan
17
answered What are good solutions for MMA training with half long hair?
Jan
15
revised Are there legal ramifications to being a trained martial artist?
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Jan
15
answered Are there legal ramifications to being a trained martial artist?
Jan
13
answered Is stretching with a partner beneficial, dangerous, or both?
Jan
13
answered Continuously exhaling while attacking or blocking
Jan
10
answered Self-defense against a bigger charging opponent
Jan
9
comment How does a non-grappler train to be ready to avoid grappling in a real-world situation?
I know these things are effective because I have practical experience.