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Do impracticle combative martial art styles exists?
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Posted 2/25/09

Pecca wrote:

I'd argue that the very mechanics behind the martial arts I previously mentioned are flawed. In that they either lack speed or power, or they telegraph too much. Even between sport and "combative" martial arts, the mechanics of each style are essentially the same.


im not argueing "flaws". perfection doesnt exists in this world and im starting to think it's subjective (done some research and meditating on it).

Sure, every style has some flaws and impracticle techniques. Once again, perfection doesnt exists.Im saying as a whole being impracticle.Such as having no good points and useless working for combat at all. (when trained combativly of course).

(Of course any real fighter knows that fighting depends on the individual. Even though others will disaggree with that claim they will inevidently constridict their own philosophys by trying to disprove it.)

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What is impractile? The spell checker doesn't even recognize the word...

Oh.. can't work in a fight... I know! Its a Kung Fu Style called... Dog Style!
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