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comment Extra training to avoid new injuries
Possible link although I suspect the emphasis here is different enough to merit its own question.
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comment Extra training to avoid new injuries
Welcome to the site!
Aug
25
comment Martial Arts Technique Against Knife Attack
Duty calls. ^_~
Aug
24
comment Martial Arts Technique Against Knife Attack
Tomiki called it Shodokan Aikido. I am not sure which menkyo you refer to.
Aug
24
comment Martial Arts Technique Against Knife Attack
Tomiki's system of teaching Aikido is called Shodokan not Tomiki Aikido.
Aug
18
comment Men hitting women too hard in martial arts
I did not down vote your answer. My comment referred to your advice of doing Aikido. A style does not protect you from sexism, but a good dojo will.
Aug
17
comment Men hitting women too hard in martial arts
I have heard of epic sexism in all martial art styles. The school is what matters the most here.
Aug
12
comment Does anyone actually fight with two katana/samurai swords simultaneously?
My downvote is because your question shows you did no research whatsoever. 'nuff said.
Aug
3
comment Filipino martial arts question and teacher respect
@SteveWeigand: I do agree with you.
Jul
31
comment Filipino martial arts question and teacher respect
It sounds like talking about it to others is the solution to a lot of problems people are having. I wonder if it is the thing adults do to avoid problems⸮
Jul
29
comment “Modern” Boxing Gloves & Punching Technique
Boxing first appeared as a formal Olympic event in the 23rd Olympiad (688 bce) and might be considerably older. This fresco describes young boxers from Akrotiri in Greece using gloves around (c. 1500–900 BC). Its history is vast. You need to narrow your time frame at the very least.
Jul
29
comment “Modern” Boxing Gloves & Punching Technique
What concrete problem are you trying to solve? As it stands, the question might be a little over broad as a full answer might be several pages long.
Jul
27
comment Do you take supplements like protein when you train in Martial Arts?
"As always, check with a doctor before you change your diet or exercise regimen." This should be emphasised and bold. Overall, this is a very good answer.
Jul
27
comment What is the best way to improve my conditioning for martial arts
Surly you answered your own question: "The conditioning for Martial arts are a mix of strength, resistance and speed." Do that. Am I missing something?
Jul
24
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
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
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.