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I have been training for the last 20+ years in a Okinawan derived style called Bushin Ryu.

In that time I've also dabbled in some other arts and had the good fortune to train under some excellent people.


Nov
20
answered Are there any styles that are geared to people over 61?
Nov
19
comment Training martial arts in china
I have removed the links you left as they did not add any value to the question, and this is not a place for collecting links to offsite resources.
Nov
19
revised Training martial arts in china
appended answer 4537 as supplemental, removed links as they were spam like and not productive
Nov
14
comment Aikido yonkyo grip
Hi, welcome to the site. Rather than suggesting to watch a series of videos, can you provide a fuller answer here?
Nov
14
answered Preventing and/or healing sore wrists and elbows in boxing
Oct
30
answered Style vs instructor
Oct
27
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
13
comment How to defend yourself when you are outclassed?
@km That's good to hear - it's not as bad as the second option. You should do some training yourself, then once you have some background you could ask questions on how to best handle specific situations or moves.
Oct
11
revised How to defend yourself when you are outclassed?
added 416 characters in body
Oct
11
answered How to defend yourself when you are outclassed?
Oct
11
answered Is it allowed in Muay Thai to throw a cartwheel kick with your standing leg when the other is held?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
answered Practicing Mixed Martial Arts Versus Practicing One Specific Form of Martial Arts
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
12
reviewed Leave Open How to avoid aggravating a sprain while training in MMA?
Sep
4
revised Good exercises for higher side kicks?
corrected spelling
Aug
30
revised Martial Arts Weapons for Home Defense?
added 53 characters in body
Aug
27
comment How can I become a good training partner
By request I've cleaned out some comments as the answer has been edited to remove the contested bullet point (which wasn't pivotal to the answer anyway).
Aug
21
comment How to avoid aggravating a sprain while training in MMA?
Your question is too broad and too medically focused in its current state. As mentioned here we give training advice, not medical advice. For example your question would be better if it asked how to avoid aggravating that specific injury while training in your specific art. Treatment and what-might-happen are both off topic.