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Oct
23
revised What is the most effective martial art in a street fight - no weapons?
1 vs 1 fight
Oct
22
accepted What are the techniques a white belt should master to become a blue belt in BJJ?
Oct
22
asked What is the most effective martial art in a street fight - no weapons?
Oct
21
asked What are the techniques a white belt should master to become a blue belt in BJJ?
Oct
21
accepted Injury during training session, after 2 months still feel the pain
Jan
28
revised How should a novice train if unable to join a dojo yet?
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Jan
28
answered How should a novice train if unable to join a dojo yet?
Jan
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awarded  Scholar
Jan
10
comment How to get rid of fear of fighting
Exactly @John. But from time to time try also to spar someone more experienced. This will improve your skills, and you'll be able to push your limits much faster.
Dec
5
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Dec
5
comment Injury during training session, after 2 months still feel the pain
Thank you, I flagged the question.
Dec
5
comment Injury during training session, after 2 months still feel the pain
If I turn with my wrist I can feel it. I can't do push ups because the pain is really annoying. I feel pain when there is pressure on my wrist. I hope this is enough.
Dec
5
asked Injury during training session, after 2 months still feel the pain
Nov
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Nov
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revised What martial art should I start with?
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Jul
11
comment How bad is kickboxing for your brain?
+1 @DaveLiepmann I'm combining Muay Thai & MMA, but I don't spar or do competition fights. So if I only do the training, are my brains still in danger? Because from your answer I understand that no matter what you do, kickboxing is bad. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Jul
11
comment How bad is kickboxing for your brain?
@Samuel Learn how to avoid/parry the punches, before sparring. You should talk to your coach, I'm sure he'll give you some exercises on how to parry. The thing is that you just have to ask, instead of damaging your brains. I practise MMA & Muay Thai for 4 years and I refuse to spar with no matter who (beginner/expert). And if I spar I choose to wear head gear just in case.
Jun
7
answered What martial art should I start with?