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Fighters: If you could chose differently....
Posted 9/19/11
I've learned Ninjutsu and Aikido.

As a dancer, I reeeeally want to try Cao Poeira. <3 Looks immense!
Posted 9/19/11

Chained_Angel wrote:


Cod-of-War wrote:

I wouldn't. My self-designed martial art, better known as 'windmill punch rapidly towards target', featuring such techniques as 'cry and beg for mercy' works well enough for me.


Rofl!! *windmill arms* If you get hit its your own fault *walks towards* that sorta thing? Damn effective technique imo.




That's the one. Here's a professional sports-related example:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxvNxsJzyxI
Posted 9/19/11

Cod-of-War wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:


Cod-of-War wrote:

I wouldn't. My self-designed martial art, better known as 'windmill punch rapidly towards target', featuring such techniques as 'cry and beg for mercy' works well enough for me.


Rofl!! *windmill arms* If you get hit its your own fault *walks towards* that sorta thing? Damn effective technique imo.




That's the one. Here's a professional sports-related example:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxvNxsJzyxI


Bahaha yeah I remember it from an episode of the Simpsons. Homer takes up the technique *chomping* Ok pie...if you get eaten its your own fault! Then he just picks up the pie when he gets close and stuffs his face. Classic.
Posted 9/19/11
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Posted 9/19/11
All people are either male or female.

If I fight people they will all be male or female.

Ergo the only martial arts I need to know are dick-kicking and boob-punching.
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Posted 9/19/11 , edited 9/19/11
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Posted 9/20/11 , edited 9/20/11
I did Taekwondo for 10 years so I'm pretty well versed with kicking but I'm more fast than powerful so I think would love to try out Muy Thai since it also focuses on powerful kicks that I can develop. I would also want to learn wing chun, and boxing, I think the ip man movie did it for me for wing chun haha. Boxing because I'm more of a kicker so I think I should learn to punch better to become a well rounded fighter. I also did a little bit of Tai Chi and I found it very cool so I want to continue that sometime as well.
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Posted 9/22/11 , edited 9/22/11
Eskrima and various styles of Chinese Martial Arts (both weapon mastery and empty hand combat.) I prefer checks and counters because the aggressor tends to reveal their weakness first; Make a mistake and the force they applied will return in two fold.
Posted 9/22/11
Im still young enough to learn some, just not as many as I'd like to, I want to learn Mantis, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Shaolin style crane, Shaolin style of dart whip/chain whip. and i currently know Japanese Aikido, Self-taught taekwondo, Self-taught Tiger KungFu.
Posted 9/22/11

adversary989 wrote:

All people are either male or female.

If I fight people they will all be male or female.

Ergo the only martial arts I need to know are dick-kicking and boob-punching.


Good on ya bro! You'll get far some day!
Posted 9/22/11

Maou068 wrote:

Eskrima and various styles of Chinese Martial Arts (both weapon mastery and empty hand combat.) I prefer checks and counters because the aggressor tends to reveal their weakness first; Make a mistake and the force they applied will return in two fold.


You should try Aikido, as in Aikido you are taught to use no absolute energy, no absolute strength, On my first week, I was 15 I think, I got pwnt by a 6 year old girl, think of that as unexpected, and I was 5'9. So yeah in Aikido, they teach you how to use your attackers force against them by blending it as if you were clashing but you're not putting any strengh or power into it. They also teach you how a movement can become way more dangerous and painful just with a little twist or crink.
Posted 9/22/11

HeadHunterz wrote:


Maou068 wrote:

Eskrima and various styles of Chinese Martial Arts (both weapon mastery and empty hand combat.) I prefer checks and counters because the aggressor tends to reveal their weakness first; Make a mistake and the force they applied will return in two fold.


You should try Aikido, as in Aikido you are taught to use no absolute energy, no absolute strength, On my first week, I was 15 I think, I got pwnt by a 6 year old girl, think of that as unexpected, and I was 5'9. So yeah in Aikido, they teach you how to use your attackers force against them by blending it as if you were clashing but you're not putting any strengh or power into it. They also teach you how a movement can become way more dangerous and painful just with a little twist or crink.


That is true there are many pressure points in the human body that you can gain access to with firm pressure and rubbing the point over the bone. You can literally bring someone to their knees just by seemingly holding their wrist and digging your thumb into the pressure point. Aikido is a sequence of movements that work together as a whole. Its a beautiful style because anyone can learn in and gain from it no matter what their experience/fighting background is.

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Posted 9/22/11
Street Boxing, basically my way of covering the rather obviouse weaknesses in Boxing.
And this has always bothered me but who here does noy consider Boxing a martial art?
Posted 9/23/11

Hoodling wrote:

Street Boxing, basically my way of covering the rather obviouse weaknesses in Boxing.
And this has always bothered me but who here does noy consider Boxing a martial art?


Well Boxing is a martial art, but the martial style itself is called brawling, look it up on True Crime: New York City.
Posted 9/23/11 , edited 9/23/11

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