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Teh Martial Arts thread

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by meatlocker, May 6, 2005.

  1. meatlocker

    meatlocker 12oz Junior Member

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    Teh Martial Arts thread

    Discussion started by meatlocker - May 6, 2005

    Just curious to see if any of you guys trained in any martial arts. got into brazilian jiu jitsu recently and it's more fun than a barrel of monkies. Being a white belt i do get tapped often, but that's part of the fun. I'm hoping to train at the machado school over the summer.
     
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  2. deterrent

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    deterrent - Replied May 6, 2005

    I had karate classes when I was 7.
    Gymnastics while I was 8 threw 10.
    Soccer from 10 yrs- 12 yrs.

    All which coincadently laid the foundation from 18 to current: DIM MAK.

    There are no classes, at least that I know of. I have a good amount of books
    and instructional tapes on the form and studied along with my closest friends.

    I've only had to use the knowledge once.
     
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  3. Tough Love

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    Tough Love - Replied May 6, 2005

    judo for a while then i quit...
     
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    I'm going for my green belt in Goju-Ryu this month.

    I set up a badass makiwara in my house.
    It's really just a hard canvas sack and mine's filled with white beans
    and copper BB's. Hitting a heavy bag after the makiwara is like punching a pillow.

    [​IMG]

    * mine has more blood spots on it. Not that there's any comparison to Bruce Lee.
     
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  5. Zack Morris

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    Zack Morris - Replied May 6, 2005

    i did tae kwon do from teh time I was 6 until I was 16. I got to second degree black belt.

    I haven't really done anything with martial arts since then and I am thinking about getting into moi thai kickboxing or gracie ju jitsu.
     
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  6. casekonly

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    shorin ru and ishin ru
     
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  7. meatlocker

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    meatlocker - Replied May 6, 2005

    :haha: at the dim mak.

    what's sparring like in goju ryu?
     
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    4 years of aikido and 2 years of tai kwon do. None of which I remember.
     
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  9. heroin dart

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    i did taikwondo.
     
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    I did karate for a while but about a year ago I started learning submission holds and grappeling
     
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    I think I want something else, though...more ninja-like.
     
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    I'm still fucking sleeping on capoeira lessons. I need to get off my ass.
     
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    i did a style called da chi, a combination of wing chun, kung fu, animal and a few others. i quit to put more time into my flatland bmx.
    word
     
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    Hot Potato - Replied May 7, 2005

    yeah ive been doing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for little over a year now. it really is fun and most important of all practical.

    which Machado are you planning on training under? theyre all top shelf but i personally think Jean Jacques is the best.
     
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