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comment Teaching ukemi to children
As long as it's not a companion cube. That may... complicate matters.
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answered Teaching ukemi to children
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comment Elemental styles?
When I first saw this question, I was so hoping it would be about Xingyi
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revised Combat drill with multiple oponents
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answered Combat drill with multiple oponents
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the strategic difference between Krav Maga and Systema?
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accepted Reality Based Self Defense Scenarios
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comment Is a triple-sworded style viable against one or dual weilding sword oppenents?
No. No, it's not.
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revised If Karate is supposed to be way of the empty-handed, then why does Gosoku-ryū use weapon katas?
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answered If Karate is supposed to be way of the empty-handed, then why does Gosoku-ryū use weapon katas?
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comment It makes sense to develop explosive forward movement?
Your question is very unclear. The way that I interpret the question, it seems like you might be asking about a movement similar to the SPEAR, as put forth by Tony Blauer. The SPEAR is an explosive, forward movement with the arms, for the purpose of intercepting an attack from either limb. It is similar, in a way, to a very controlled American football tackle.
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revised It makes sense to develop explosive forward movement?
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comment Reality Based Self Defense Scenarios
Looks like a great book. I'll give it a look.
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comment How fit should I become to pursue boxing?
Depends on the level they're willing to train. Most public boxing gyms will take you from wherever you're at. Sounds like you're fit enough to me.
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asked Reality Based Self Defense Scenarios
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comment What are the starting points for learning Tae Kwon Do?
ITF Forms The above link will show you the forms for each belt level, at least according to the ITF. Can't say I care for the sine-wave, but to each their own, and if you don't like sine-wave either, just look at how the Shotokan guys do their forms.
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comment What are the starting points for learning Tae Kwon Do?
I wouldn't worry about it for back-and-forth in the comments. That's what comments are for. This is a legit question and therefore should not be voted to close.
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comment What are the starting points for learning Tae Kwon Do?
Why not enroll them in a TKD class? Are you planning on teaching them yourself throughout their training? If so, being a blue belt 20 years ago isn't enough. If not, then why not get them started in the style they're going to be training long-term? May I suggest that if you do not know what to teach them, you probably don't remember how either. You might be planting mistakes that some poor TKD instructor is going to have to weed out later. Please take this as constructive criticism.
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answered How to train for improved balance?
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comment Best to learn for self defense: Wrestling, Boxing, or Jui Jitsu
So there ya go... learn Unicorn style. Qilin Chuan. The official kung fu style of MA Exchange?