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May
15
comment What are the main uses of aikido in self-defense?
I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV. That said, using "preemptive strikes" may lead to you being arrested, charged with assault, and jailed. The law is not as clear cut as those "self defense experts" claim it is. If in doubt, please do and speak to a defense lawyer in your jurisdiction as the law is very different from place to place.
May
14
revised How to deal with an “anti-violence” instinct during sparring?
removed irrelevant details.
May
14
comment What are the main uses of aikido in self-defense?
-1. This does not answer the question. What is "modern street self defence" and why are traditional arts not a particularly efficient way too learn it? You know that Aikido is taught to various police forces around the world so how does that not fit "modern street self defence"? The second paragraph is your personal experience which is fine but is not evidence for anything with regards to Aikido.
May
12
comment Why is this samurai able to chop pellet gun bullets
There is nothing mystical in that video. It could easily be a simple case of clever editing: you are never shown how many times they tried. They could have tried as many times as needed until they got the needed result.
May
12
comment Is it possible to learn kick boxing without punching bag?
Welcome to the site. I edited your question to remove some unnecessary information and clean it up a little. Let me know if this has changed what you wanted answered.
May
12
revised Is it possible to learn kick boxing without punching bag?
Cleaned the question a little...
May
12
comment Why is this samurai able to chop pellet gun bullets
-1. There's no such things as samurai any more since the Charter Oath promulgated at the enthronement of Emperor Meiji of Japan on 7 April 1868. There is nothing either spiritual or magical about training your body to draw a sword towards a moving target. All you need is practice and enough takes till you get slice a small pellet.
May
12
comment Looking for Yoshinkan Aikido Dojos in Osaka
You are far nicer than I am...
May
12
comment Looking for Yoshinkan Aikido Dojos in Osaka
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is way too localised and could be answered by a simple Google search.
May
11
comment What is the biggest force ever produced by an impact from the human body?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about useless speculation without any link to martial arts.
May
5
comment Should I join the dojo?
@TheWudangKid On the other hand, it could mean "the other dojo are really sub standard and teach rubbish but I am too polite to say that". It's hard to say which from the context.
May
5
answered Should I join the dojo?
May
5
revised Should I join the dojo?
Edit for style, spelling, and remove unneeded sentences.
May
4
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May
1
comment As a beginner, how many classe(s) a week to take?
This is great! Could you add your comment into the answer?
Apr
29
answered Mouthguard for sparring with extra special gag reflex
Apr
22
revised As a beginner, how many classe(s) a week to take?
reframed the question so that the answers actually fit.
Apr
20
comment Joining a new dojo, would this be inappropriate?
+1 for level 25 Paladin. Oh and the rest of the answer is spot on too! ^_~
Mar
23
comment Best martial art for a big guy?
I voted to close as over broad because you never tell us what your friend's goals in learning (another) martial art are. Military self defence? LEO self defence? Competition? Fitness? Having fun? ... What are they looking for? Without that, I can justify any martial art whatsoever as being the "best". That does include fencing, bow shooting, and jousting!
Mar
19
comment What glasses can I wear for martial arts training?
-1. This looks and smells like spam and even if it were not, it is subject to link rot.