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Dec
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comment Understanding the nature of a high ranking judoka?
Dayum. That is fantastic
Dec
20
accepted Teaching wrestling to a Judoka
Dec
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asked Teaching wrestling to a Judoka
Nov
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accepted Supplementary Asian arts for Modern Medieval Armored Combat
Nov
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comment Are there good alternatives to wood for weapons?
Purpleheart link is dead
Nov
22
comment What is the Most Effective Discipline to Learn for Absolute Beginners
Thats what I meant by street combat, should have been more clear :)
Nov
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comment What is the Most Effective Discipline to Learn for Absolute Beginners
Krav Maga is designed to be picked up quickly. If you can find a good teacher, I would suggest it no question. (Just be wary, if every Krav maga instructor who claims to have trained Israeli special forces did so, then there are waay more instructors then soldiers)
Nov
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comment What is the Most Effective Discipline to Learn for Absolute Beginners
When you say effective, do you mean in a street combat situation?
Nov
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accepted Training multiple arts at the same time.
Nov
19
comment Why don't some gyms focus on take downs?
Interesting. Coming from a wrestling background, the idea of not focusing on take-downs is a very strange concept.
Nov
4
comment How to defend against dog attacks?
Also, what does "against a scared dog" mean? sounds a wee bit abusive
Nov
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comment How to defend against dog attacks?
Armed or unarmed?
Oct
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comment Training multiple arts at the same time.
The differnce is that in MMA, they are taught as a single system, they work from the same stance (or the stances are connected in training), the moves are trained in connection with each other, ect.
Oct
29
comment What is the most effective martial art in a street fight - no weapons?
Even in a non-sport art, how would one spar techniques that would harm other students when preformed? Isn't there a similar danger for a student learning to stop right before completing any dangerous technique? The one advantage I can think of might come from learning to defend against attacks that would appear on the street, but never on the mat.
Oct
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comment Training multiple arts at the same time.
I read this in an aussie accent, it was thus enhanced. Im my case I am actually not seeking to train a striking art and a grappling art. I am going for MMA and SCA sword-fighting (which will be supplemented with historical German long-sword classes by the translator of one of the manuals)
Oct
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comment What is the most effective martial art in a street fight - no weapons?
Its interesting that Krav Maga has not been mentioned at all.
Oct
25
comment What is the most effective martial art in a street fight - no weapons?
The one issue with MMA is that is often optimized for sport.