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Feb
8
reviewed Satisfactory Is it possible to become expert in different martial arts
Feb
8
reviewed Excellent What are the advantages of using a vertical fist for punching?
Feb
8
reviewed Needs Improvement How to get rid of fear of fighting
Feb
8
reviewed Needs Improvement Where can I find Seido Resources?
Feb
8
reviewed Satisfactory How do I choose a boxing glove?
Feb
8
reviewed Excellent What is the best way to work with a partner who misunderstands the drill?
Feb
8
reviewed Excellent What to look for in a training/mock gun?
Feb
8
awarded  Custodian
Feb
8
reviewed Needs Improvement Is it good to practise punching a wall? No place for punching bag
Feb
8
reviewed Satisfactory Does Morote Chudan and Awase Tsuki refer to the same thing?
Feb
8
reviewed Satisfactory Korean Equivalent of Shu-Ha-Ri?
Jan
31
asked Is there a sport aspect to Krav Maga?
Jan
23
comment An Ontology of Combat
Why is taekwondo tagged in this question?
Jan
22
comment An Ontology of Combat
I was totally unaware of this (not a BJJ practitioner) - this is simply brilliant.
Jan
16
revised What are the key changes when moving from TKD-based point-break to continuous sparring?
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Jan
16
comment How can I continue to train with a broken big toe?
Wow...are you sure that's just the toe? Strongly suggest a doctor's opinion.
Jan
15
answered Amount of force to do X
Jan
15
comment How can I continue to train with a broken big toe?
How bad a break are we talking about? In my experience, most toe breaks get reduced to "do what you can, it'll heal on its own."
Jan
3
accepted What are the key changes when moving from TKD-based point-break to continuous sparring?
Dec
30
revised What are the key changes when moving from TKD-based point-break to continuous sparring?
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