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reviewed No Action Needed Advancement Speed in Taekwondo
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there value in using weighted clothing in martial arts training?
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reviewed No Action Needed Ten Chin or Tein Chien or something else?
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reviewed No Action Needed Advancement Speed in Taekwondo
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reviewed No Action Needed What are the starting points for learning Tae Kwon Do?
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reviewed No Action Needed What are the belt colors of Tae Kwon Do in order?
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reviewed Reviewed Best to learn for self defense: Wrestling, Boxing, or Jiu Jitsu
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reviewed No Action Needed Style vs instructor
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answered Should I stay in a Muay Thai gym where the fighters hit without much restraint or consideration?
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comment What is Qi power and has it been proven to exist scientifically?
"There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your [Science]."
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answered What is Qi power and has it been proven to exist scientifically?
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answered Preferring BJJ concepts over Technique?
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comment Martial Arts Weapons for Home Defense?
I like saps as weapons. They're small, easily carried, easily concealed, effective, and generally non-lethal. But they're not generally recognized as "traditional martial arts weapons," which is what this question is mainly about. They're also very close-quarters weapons, lacking the stand-off benefits of a stick-like weapon. But my biggest concern is legality. They seem to be covered by a mishmash of irregular local laws that often single out weapons like saps, brass knuckles, and nunchaku for special opprobrium or prohibition.
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answered Martial Arts Weapons for Home Defense?
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answered What are the benefits of learning weapons?
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