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Jul
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comment Are there any effective Kung Fu fighters in MMA?
This answer is in need of editing! As it currently stands, it is confusing and lacks references but it could be a really good answer.
Jul
24
comment Are there any effective Kung Fu fighters in MMA?
Welcome to the site.
Jul
22
comment Weapons in taekwondo?
Welcome to the site. This is a nice answer but lacks references. If you were to add some, it would be a great answer.
Jul
21
comment Do ninja follow the bushido?
This needs sources! Just because I am interested in seeing those primaries sources as well...
Jul
20
revised How to improve my skills when I'm highest ranked
Hulk references replaced.
Jul
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Jul
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
16
comment Will training Muay Thai affect my BJJ skills?
Your friends statements lack a reason as to why Muay Thai would affect BJJ. Without said reasons, we cannot state whether they are correct or not. I suggest either adding those reasons or remove that part of the question. I even lean towards the latter as it is not necessary for the question to be a good one.
Jul
15
reviewed Approve takedown tag wiki excerpt
Jul
15
revised qi wiki description
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Jul
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wiki created qi description
Jul
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wiki created qi excerpt
Jul
15
comment What is a fast way for a beginner to experience qi unambiguously in their own body?
@CortAmmon: There are no topics at the fringe of science. Science is a method to understand the world. 'nuff said.
Jul
14
comment How painful is it for professional fighters to get hit
@CortAmmon: I think your comment would make a fine answer. You could even gauge the perceived pain on the pain scale.
Jul
14
comment How painful is it for professional fighters to get hit
@MattLerner: I believe the question to be different enough so that it merits different answers. Although, they should be linked.
Jul
14
answered How painful is it for professional fighters to get hit
Jul
14
comment What is a fast way for a beginner to experience qi unambiguously in their own body?
@CortAmmon: Anyone is welcome to believe whatever mythical paradigm they chose. Believe, by definition, is accpecting something as true without evidence. If one is asking for evidence for their mythical paradigm, then they have to obey the scientific method or be labelled a fraud.
Jul
14
comment What is a fast way for a beginner to experience qi unambiguously in their own body?
If qi is nothing but biomechanics/neuromechanics, then we should use correct term: either biomechanics or neuromechanics. If qi is something else, then what is it? If you cannot define it, then it is useless to name it. Furthermore, one cannot create an experiment without (at least) a clear hypothesis of what you are trying to validate.
Jul
13
comment What is a fast way for a beginner to experience qi unambiguously in their own body?
"What I am mainly trying to point out you should feel something and be able to personally verify that certain exercises produce particular feelings" -- So any feeling you have either while doing or after exercise is "qi"? All that can be explain without referring to a mythical energy thus rendering qi either utter non-sense or a catch all term for "you have exercised".
Jul
13
comment What is a fast way for a beginner to experience qi unambiguously in their own body?
-1, no definition of Qi, using mystical explanation for something that is easily explained by bio mechanics, and flawed experiment.