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revised How to avoid knee injury?
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comment How to avoid knee injury?
@TimothyAWiseman I find that the minimum information is either extremely extensive or just a link.
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Mar
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revised Do martial arts encourage bad posture habits?
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Mar
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comment Electric Chair Submission
As far as I know, it's legal at all belt levels for adults.
Mar
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answered How to avoid knee injury?
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answered Electric Chair Submission
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answered Do martial arts encourage bad posture habits?
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revised Do martial arts encourage bad posture habits?
un-poll-ified question
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comment I would like to start ju jitsu
It's a fine age to start. Just do it.
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Mar
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revised What to do in full guard when you are able to grab your opponents knee as he stands up?
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Mar
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answered What to do in full guard when you are able to grab your opponents knee as he stands up?
Mar
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comment What to do in full guard when you are able to grab your opponents knee as he stands up?
Um...what do you want to do? What kind of grab are we talking about? Gi, no-gi, self-defense, MMA? Did he stand up, or are we looking at when he just put a knee up? If he stood up, did he open your guard or are you hanging?
Mar
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comment How to improve speed, strength and condition for Kyokushin karate?
"Weight training makes you powerful but slow." This is not true for many forms of weight training.
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revised How to improve speed, strength and condition for Kyokushin karate?
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comment Is 16 too late of an age to start hapkido or judo?
@MontyWild Teenagers, particularly teenage males, are better suited than just about any other population to adapt and thrive in response to physical stress of this sort. When someone who is 40 with kyphosis and degenerated joints and so inflexible they can't touch their toes tries to just dive into judo or hard-sparring karate the answer is often injury, not adaptation.