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Old 05-27-2004, 19:43   #61
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I've always wanted to learn but we've only got one guy in the Orlando area that teaches Krav Maga and I'm not too sure about his teaching abilities. He knows his stuff but doesn't appear to be able to communicate very well.

I feel the same way Eagle, knock their ass down and clea out. The only pose they'll see out of me is my backsideforwardmotion stance.

I think women are the easiest to teach self defense to also. One of the things I do is borrow one of their purses and dump it out on the floor, with their permission of course. Then proceed to show them how to use all those 'women' things they carry as a weapon.
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Old 06-03-2004, 05:46   #62
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Old 06-03-2004, 08:22   #63
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I'm not a big guy...so I have been known to fight dirty.

Studied under Master Wolfe off of Yadkin Rd. for two years, then went and studied under Myong Mayes (the woman married to that SF guy) for over three years.

Won North and South Carolina TKD titles in the 80's.

I'm more of a avoidfu...runfu...sneakfu...gunfu type of guy!
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Old 06-03-2004, 08:25   #64
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NDD's preferred martial art:

Seiuuki Inkan Jutsu - The art of Monkey Stompin
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Old 06-23-2004, 07:22   #65
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Sometimes I dont think the style is as important as how one trains. Most schools dont really hit...

If someone had no experience what so ever I would tell them to take boxing for six months with sparring and competition, then sambo or brazilian ju jitsu with compitition for about another six months.

I think they would be able to stand up against most so called "martial artists" in this country who've trained for years-

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Old 06-23-2004, 08:21   #66
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I'm more into monkey hanging than stomping.
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Old 06-23-2004, 09:17   #67
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I started studying TKD when I was 12, spent some time doing TKD and Goju-Ryu and AKA all at the same time (had friends studying the other two, so we went to each others lessons/dojos), and then studied Kempo (met Chuck Norris at that dojo, he made a visit... around '77) for a while. Paid attention to the "Kill or be Killed" stuff at the same time, and once I entered the military stayed focused on that style.
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Krav Maga, level 2. It's the best deal I found in Houston. 99% Martial, 1% Arts.
Anybody else doing this? I've heard some good things.
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Old 07-04-2004, 09:49   #70
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Anybody else doing this? I've heard some good things.
I've been trying to find an instructor in CFL but there's only a couple and they're psychotic. We had them come to the school to do a seminar with a few of us. I realize the training is hard and set up to prepare you for the extreme but training for the first time with a double edged sharp blade was a little much for me.

Teach me how to do it then progress up to the real weapon. Just my opinion of course.

I thought about Combat Ki, there's a good instructor here in Orlando, but there's something about a person kicking me in the balls that I just can't justify in my mind. Must be age.
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Old 07-04-2004, 09:50   #71
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It does look like an excellent self-defense if you get the right teacher though.

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Old 02-23-2009, 04:18   #72
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what i studied

with my bad knees it took a while of conditioning but i studied for 20 years. I hold Black belts in what my instructor called Ninjutsu (don't really know if he was telling the truth or not) Tae Kwon do and Kenpo. By this time my knees were strong and i had no problems with them since. But The military doctors seeing my medical records still disquilified me from military service
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IMHO - I would highly recommend Muay Thai. I've studied for about two years under a QP, who I believe is a member here. The fundamental techniques are easy and effective. The use of knee and elbow strikes are similar to those in Krav Maga.
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Old 02-25-2009, 08:42   #74
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I thought about Combat Ki, there's a good instructor here in Orlando, but there's something about a person kicking me in the balls that I just can't justify in my mind. Must be age.
You would surely like this one then. Shaolin groin skill
5:44 onwards (copy and paste)*******.com/watch?v=CUXB38ShMdw

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[QUOTE=Bill Harsey;22017]Eight years Tang Soo Do with Chuck Norris,

TANG SOO!! Very good art! It has great kicking, derived from Soo Bak Do, (Korean Foot Fighting), and the hand techniques from Shotokan and Shito Ryu, (Japanese and Okinawan). The discipline that Hwang Kee incorporated in TSD's stances and forms is extremely hard to come by in the arts today. Very, very meticulous about technique. I trained TSD for 8 years also. My instructor and Mr. Norris have close ties; over in Korea together in the AF.
Taken seriously, and studied diligently in tradition, good traditional martial arts training is hard to beat.
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