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#320 - dildobarbarian (12/03/2012) [-]
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User avatar #379 - Nhatkiem (12/03/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Reading the comments thus far.. I am drastically shocked at how people with little to know experience in forms of martial arts or fighting have so much to say on the subject.

Part of the reason why I am in the US today is because of martial arts. I practice with my father, whom when I was at the age of 5 living in the Bronx New York at the time and witnessed something that changed my life forever. My father was walking me to school when a few "thugs" appeared and tried to rob him. Time felt like it slowed down, I was just starting school at the time, didn't know the language, but I knew things were not well. It all happened quickly, my father disarmed and you could say "disabled" them before I could finished crying and we spent the rest of the day out of school.
User avatar #369 - badgerbaiting (12/03/2012) [-]
I honestly wonder why they're called martial arts. In a proper scuff, there's no art.
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#348 - klose (12/03/2012) [-]
dat desc....
dat desc....
User avatar #287 - sorrowofdaedalus (12/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I think I got in to an argument with her on youtube....
User avatar #271 - exarzero (12/03/2012) [-]
Only if it was not the Martial arts ones where you need to simply be faster than the other person to tap them somewhere. . . I took part in that for years.

"Don't hit so hard!" Is something I remember clearly. Otherwise, well done.
User avatar #269 - sontek ONLINE (12/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
5 Minutes alone - Pantera?

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#214 - anonymous (12/03/2012) [-]
Yeah... I am sure that will help if you are trying to fight someone with a gun.... but then again, that person could be a ******* .
User avatar #207 - hawaiianhappysauce (12/03/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Martial arts champion vs heavy weight boxer. Who wins?
#236 to #207 - Sylphion (12/03/2012) [-]
Anyone proficiently skilled in Aikido would hand a boxer's ass to him on a silver platter. Fighting in any form is really just one big game of rock-paper-scissors
User avatar #179 - oversoul ONLINE (12/03/2012) [-]
6/10 would bang
#118 - ironstrike (12/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Not trying to be "that guy" but having all those championships means nothing if you haven't fought a couple of real fights where your foe isn't fighting for sport, he's fighting to hurt you, to inflict physical pain.

It'll help yeah, but there's no way you could be taught to defend yourself against someone who ... would go to any extreme to inflict damage upon you. Whether it's by means of fists, knives, or guns. You just never know.

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User avatar #110 - chubbycharmer (12/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
While this is amusing I just can't funny it because of the ******* title. Learn English.
#95 - anonymous (12/03/2012) [-]
If you want to take a martial art that is practical and quick to pick up as an adult, I recommend Isshin Ryu. It's all about staying low and undermining "fnacy footwork" found in a lot of other styles (which often focus on kicks that can be impractical in real combat). It's all about staying low and solid and developing your inner "heart". It's self defense oriented. My brother used to take it. I've seen a Taekwondo and Isshin Ryu student spar and the Isshin Ryu student ended it within seconds by compromising his balance during a highly technical kick.
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#21 - justafangirl (12/03/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Inuyasha poster :)
Inuyasha poster :)
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