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Old 06-04-2005, 10:11 PM   #91
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Something I feel comfortable with. Its really simple, I don't like blocking very much, I am more of a dodging/parrying person. When I punch/kick, they hurt, plus they are fast. I am also not good when I hit the ground, unless I start off with a hold. So I practice maneuvers which I favor, and cover my weaknesses. Well as best as I can anyway.

Haha, basically try to fight as best as I can.
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Old 06-04-2005, 10:25 PM   #92
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That sounds pretty effective. At least you're training and fighting smart. You know your strengths and weaknesses and therefore can fight with an advantage.

Many fighters don't consider this. Knowing your own and the opponent's strengths and weaknesses are very important. You may be a lot weaker than your opponent, but if you know your enemy's weakness then you might be able to reverse the situation and defeat him/her.

---What do you guys think it's the most effective martial arts?
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Old 06-05-2005, 12:58 PM   #93
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i'll be back at home on my broadband tomorrow so i'll tell you all about bjj then

this site is hell on dial up internet!

just to add, in a street fight, there are no rules and you can sure as hell bet that the guy attacking you isn't going to adhere to queensberry rules or any other gentlemens agreement. to hesitate in defence of your life could be the difference between surviving or not. i broke someone's arm in a fight and don't regret it at all, he would have seriously harmed me otherwise.
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Old 06-05-2005, 01:15 PM   #94
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i'll be back at home on my broadband tomorrow so i'll tell you all about bjj then

this site is hell on dial up internet!

just to add, in a street fight, there are no rules and you can sure as hell bet that the guy attacking you isn't going to adhere to queensberry rules or any other gentlemens agreement. to hesitate in defence of your life could be the difference between surviving or not. i broke someone's arm in a fight and don't regret it at all, he would have seriously harmed me otherwise.
Welcome to my world - dial up internet! It's freaking slow, can't wait to get broadband.

Anyway, its good that you're back, at least there's something we could talk about related to martial arts. I really wanna compare bjj with other martial arts.

And what you said about street fighting with no rules is well said. "Survival of the fittest!" Either you break your opponent's arm or you lose your life.
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Old 06-05-2005, 01:23 PM   #95
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My impression of a Kata is using Martial arts in real combat.... oh well, I guess you can be good at martial arts without being a great innovator.

Oh well, this just gives me more reason to practice my own style.
kata: translation is "pattern" basically, it's just a series of movements. Like a combination of moves one after the other, in directions, to demonstrate progression. the higher up the grades you get, the longer and more complicated the katas get.
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Old 06-05-2005, 02:37 PM   #96
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kata: translation is "pattern" basically, it's just a series of movements. Like a combination of moves one after the other, in directions, to demonstrate progression. the higher up the grades you get, the longer and more complicated the katas get.
Noted. And isn't it attributing Martial Arts in self-defense?
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Old 06-06-2005, 01:27 PM   #97
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bjj mainly seeks to take the fight to the place where you are strongest and your opponent weakest. in most cases this is the ground. The ground is then used to restrict the opponents movements, enabling you to place a lock on that will break something or a choke to render him unconscious.
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Old 06-06-2005, 06:39 PM   #98
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So in a competition, you're allowed to break your opponent's arm? And the strongest win in BJJ right? It's not like Aikido or other martial arts where the weak can still win.
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Old 06-06-2005, 06:43 PM   #99
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no and no. your opponent can submit and lose to stop injury, off course in competetion accidents do happen because they want to win so bad. And bjj is all about technique, my favourite saying from bjj is "if you have to use strength, you're doing it all wrong"
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Well, I guess it's kinda like attacking pressure points where if you execute the technique properly, then you don't have to really have to use strength. Hey, what about the training in BJJ. How do you train and learn? How do you practice?
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the idea goes that when performing a lock or strangle you use your maximum strenth against their weakest. i.e. when perfroming an arm bar you use your whole body to straighten their arm, they can only fight you with their bicep so no matter how weak you are, you should win.

bjj is taught by teaching a technique in isolation, drilling it, then applying it in practice with increasing degrees of resistance.
bjj is one of the few martial arts that practice all of their moves on resisting opponents.
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Wow cool! The training must be like really tough.
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Wow cool! The training must be like really tough.
it's as tough as you want it i suppose. it's completely different to standup martial arts, beginners waste so much energy moving on the ground because it's so alien at first.
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Training hard is crutial for a beginner. The fundamentals and basics must be properly learnt and mastered before one can fully progress to the next stages. It's always hard when you first start a martial art.
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Old 06-06-2005, 07:47 PM   #105
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i quit karate years ago and i really regret it T-T but im thining about starting up JKD over the summer if my mom lets me... she says no to everything.. i spent a year trying to convince her to let me take kendo but in the end, it was still a no
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