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Judo ikkyu (brown belt)

BJJ 4-stripe white belt

2nd dan Isshinryu, former instructor, don't believe in it anymore

negligible experience with boxing and muay Thai


Apr
23
answered How should a BJJ practitioner run?
Apr
23
comment How should a BJJ practitioner run?
This question might get better responses on fitness.stackexchange.com
Apr
17
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
2
answered What are the long term consequences of practicing judo?
Apr
2
comment What are the long term consequences of practicing judo?
Morote-gari was not banned because of how it lands people. Other throws have been banned because of injury potential (e.g. kani basami, poor variations of uchimata) but morote-gari is not one of them, as it was banned as part of a blanket ban on leg grabs.
Mar
23
awarded  Yearling
Mar
22
answered When doing a hip throw, is there a such thing as too low?
Mar
20
comment Risk of using headlocks in a real-life situation
What exactly would you be using the headlock to do?
Mar
19
comment How should one physically prepare for BJJ?
@badaBoom Fleshed out, that would make a fine answer.
Mar
15
answered How should one physically prepare for BJJ?
Mar
15
asked How should one physically prepare for BJJ?
Mar
14
revised How to avoid recoiling when someone pushes you?
added 28 characters in body
Mar
10
revised Where can I find statistics on attack modalities?
added 60 characters in body
Mar
9
answered Where can I find statistics on attack modalities?
Mar
9
comment Which is the best way for learning Wing Chun?
You can't study an art if there's no school nearby. For your situation I would recommend boxing. Boxing is good stuff.
Mar
9
answered Which is the best way for learning Wing Chun?
Mar
9
revised How to avoid recoiling when someone pushes you?
how could I forget sumo?
Mar
9
comment How to avoid recoiling when someone pushes you?
-1 This oversimplified "science" is really unhelpful. What damage is a push going to do? Why not improve on the mass part of the momentum equation? How harmful do you imagine moving towards a push is going to be--wouldn't that just mean taking a firm stance and taking the collision? Isn't that kind of common in martial art?
Mar
7
comment Western Boxing Styles and their Features
The Philly shell is a real thing, and I'm sure that different lineages have different practices, and I love this question, but I don't know anything about the different boxing "styles". I think that because boxing doesn't name or conceptualize their subvariations the same way that (for instance) karate does, it's less of a recognized thing.