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revised Are there any effective Kung Fu fighters in MMA?
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answered What is Qi Energy?
May
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revised Preferring BJJ concepts over Technique?
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May
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comment What is the best way to avoid armlocks?
Could you provide a picture of the specific armlock you're getting trapped in? "All standing armlocks" is too broad.
May
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comment What is the difference between Muay Thai and Kickboxing?
This is a really good explanation until that awful last sentence.
May
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May
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comment Should I start going to tournaments?
This needs to be narrowed down. What are your goals? What do you hope to get out of tournaments? Why don't you want to go?
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May
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revised Effectiveness of low kick to inner thigh of opponent's leading leg in mauy thai boxing?
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May
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comment Tips for alleviating soreness?
Are you new to BJJ?
May
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comment What are the main uses of aikido in self-defense?
@slugster When you're mounted or otherwise forced to the ground? When your attacker knows how to punch or kick? Skepticism of aikido as a practical art isn't exactly far-fetched, considering its training methods.
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comment How should a novice train if unable to join a dojo yet?
"at my current location I can't find any [martial arts schools]"
Apr
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revised How to avoid knee injury?
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Apr
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revised Is 16 too late of an age to start hapkido or judo?
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reviewed Approve As a beginner, how many classe(s) a week to take?
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comment As a beginner, how many classe(s) a week to take?
@SteveWeigand Please do so; multiple answers are doubleplusgood.
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answered As a beginner, how many classe(s) a week to take?
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comment What are the main uses of aikido in self-defense?
What I said about untrained fighters refers to your last sentence: "Do you really expect to get jumped by a trained fighter?" which is to me a ludicrous excuse for not becoming a trained fighter oneself.