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reviewed Edit Do shin guards defeat the purpose of training?
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revised Do shin guards defeat the purpose of training?
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comment Is weight training useful in martial arts?
-1 just because Shaolin and Taoist monks are good at kung fu doesn't mean they know what they are talking about when it comes to science. This is appeal to tradition / argument from antiquity, and it is not valid argumentation.
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reviewed Reviewed Is weight training useful in martial arts?
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reviewed Approve samurai tag wiki excerpt
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revised Are McDojo fees worth it for a good school/instructor?
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answered Are McDojo fees worth it for a good school/instructor?
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reviewed No Action Needed Should my body type influence my choice of martial art to learn?
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comment Should my body type influence my choice of martial art to learn?
Could you narrow it down some? Yes, body type influences martial art, but most (if not every) martial arts can be adapted to persons of any body type. Discussing martial arts and body type generally is going to be non-productive because it is not specific enough.
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reviewed Reviewed Until one has mastered a martial art, is one actually more vulnerable to attack than before training began?
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reviewed Reject Origin of the “pinyon” in Villari's Shaolin-Kempo-Karate system?
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reviewed Reject Origin of the “pinyon” in Villari's Shaolin-Kempo-Karate system?
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reviewed Reviewed Until one has mastered a martial art, is one actually more vulnerable to attack than before training began?
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reviewed No Action Needed Does playing judo increase the likelyhood of one getting brain injuries?
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reviewed No Action Needed What kind of punching bag should I get?
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reviewed No Action Needed Tips for alleviating soreness?
Jun
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comment Left handed Japanese sword techniques
Historically, I would imagine the Japanese swordsmen of the past sometimes trained off-handed for the same reason you do today. But the "official" techniques are probably right-handed because they practiced the way they were most likely to use it, because their primary concern was battlefield effectiveness. From there it becomes a matter of tradition.
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comment Tips for alleviating soreness?
Personal experience, foam rollers are amazing.