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Nescire autem quid ante quam natus sis acciderit, id est semper esse puerum. Quid enim est aetas hominis, nisi ea memoria rerum veterum cum superiorum aetate contexitur? -- Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43BC)


Sep
8
comment Martial art that is used by the police
I am not a lawyer nor do I play one on TV. That said, purposely harming an attacker might well put you into a heap of legal trouble. Please consult a real lawyer.
Sep
8
comment Martial art that is used by the police
I voted to close since I believe this is both too localised because it varies from country to country and too broad because there are too many conflicting good answers without the possibility of one being better than any others.
Sep
2
comment With modern mouthguards, would it be possible to mimic the knockout punch that Rex Layne received in 1951?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about what if. These questions generally cannot be answered objectively. Now, there might be ways to salvage this question if you were asking for either research or examples of it happening since then.
Aug
27
comment How can I become a good training partner
I have edited the format of your post. Hope this works for you. Oh, and +1 ^_~
Aug
26
comment How can I become a good training partner
Welcome to the site. You have two questions here. It might be better to break your question two.
Aug
24
comment How to avoid aggravating a sprain while training in MMA?
I really wish people would follow that advice, myself included... ^_~
Aug
21
comment How to avoid aggravating a sprain while training in MMA?
Good point about the tag. The wiki is empty for it, so I asked a question on meta about what it should be used for. Good catch! Thank you!
Aug
21
comment How should a college club train for MMA?
I edited your question to add the link.
Aug
20
comment How can I learn martial at home when I'm alone in home?
BY moving Keith means you should find a house somewhere else.
Aug
20
comment Martial Arts Weapons for Home Defense?
@grovberg: Sure, a sword is safer than a gun but it is still not a safe thing to have. I made a note of guns since the OP mention them in his question and guns can be considered martial art weapons.
Aug
15
comment What is the oldest martial art?
Indeed but your answer is much more complete than mine and does answer all the aspects of the question.
Aug
15
comment What is the oldest martial art?
This should be the accepted answer.
Aug
15
comment What are the functional differences between the five main T'ai Chi styles?
It depends on what you mean by "health"... Doing exercise safely will improve your health. However, Edzard Ernst has a post called Tai chi is based on strange concepts but is it helpful? that contains evidence medicine data on some tai chi health benefits claims. This is not an answer as it does not answer your question, just a comment on the "health" aspect.
Aug
14
comment What is the biggest force ever produced by an impact from the human body?
Yeah, sorry. I tried to make this into a better question as it was pretty poor to start off with. Maybe a mistake...
Aug
14
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
@Bankuei: I have asked several members of the medical profession. I am waiting results. Clearly, as soon as I have something, I will post it here and on skeptic.
Aug
13
comment What is the biggest force ever produced by an impact from the human body?
I massively edited your question. Hopefully, it's still what you want to know but in a better format.
Aug
9
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
As the OP, I think there could me more to this but as it stands, it's a great answer. Many thanks!
Aug
8
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
@JuannStrauss: Yeah but WHY!!!. Curious mind want to know! ^_~
Aug
7
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
@JuannStrauss: Yes, but so far have not got around it. Work is getting in the way of fun!
Aug
7
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
@TheWudangKid: Indeed. I was pretty sure I would be on the right side of that but as this site is still in beta, everyone could have decided that any form of medical question is off topic. I am glad that this is not the case.