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Dec
18
revised How does a non-grappler train to be ready to avoid grappling in a real-world situation?
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Dec
16
comment Addressing martial artists of another style
Excellent answer. The respect is evident in your tone and mannerisms. They are not going to bite your head off if you get it wrong, but they sure will be grouchy if you're not respectful. It's actually really easy to say something like "I'm sorry for asking, but I'm not sure of the correct title to call you by?". You could almost safely bet that other people will be glad you asked because they didn't know either.
Dec
15
revised Risk of brain damage in casual/moderate Muay Thai sparring
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Dec
5
revised Looking for cheap cutting material for tameshigiri practice
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Dec
5
revised Endurance problems while practicing martial art
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Dec
5
revised How to learn these movements?
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Dec
5
revised Which martial art is most closely related to parkour?
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Dec
5
revised What is Qi power and has it been proven to exist scientifically?
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Dec
3
answered How to deal with unfair judges
Dec
1
revised Advancement Speed in Taekwondo
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Nov
26
comment Is it advisable to try to catch a low kick to the thigh in Muay Thai?
Thanks @JuannStrauss. Dave is right - my original answer was written at about 0200 my time and was a bit vague.
Nov
25
revised Is it advisable to try to catch a low kick to the thigh in Muay Thai?
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Nov
25
answered Is it advisable to try to catch a low kick to the thigh in Muay Thai?
Nov
24
comment What material should be covered in a rape-defense course?
Unfortunately you need to concentrate on the defense not the avoidance - in a vast majority of cases avoidance is not an option because the victim has been "selected" or targeted. While I agree that some techniques are a waste of time of just ineffective, you must teach them something other than just avoidance.
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
answered Preventing and/or healing sore wrists and elbows in boxing
Oct
30
answered Style vs instructor
Oct
27
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