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Mr. Laz
05-24-2008, 01:13 PM
a thread just for Tribal Warfare, so he can stop mucking up my "look at that chick spreading her legs really far" thread.


:banghead:

Ari Chi3fs
05-24-2008, 01:14 PM
where is the chick spreading legs thread? Inquiring minds want to know.

Mr. Laz
05-24-2008, 01:17 PM
http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=185113

Crashride
05-24-2008, 01:19 PM
I feel some forms of martial arts can help one defend him/herself. But most of them are mostly used to teach disipline. Street fighting techniques are what people need to learn to defend themselves. I feel some of the best fighters in karate etc. would have a really hard time with some of the best from ufc etc. The ultimate fighters are more versed in everything and basically street fight in a cage.

Mr. Laz
05-24-2008, 01:26 PM
I feel some forms of martial arts can help one defend him/herself. But most of them are mostly used to teach disipline. Street fighting techniques are what people need to learn to defend themselves. I feel some of the best fighters in karate etc. would have a really hard time with some of the best from ufc etc. The ultimate fighters are more versed in everything and basically street fight in a cage.

thank you for you informative and interesting post

MOhillbilly
05-24-2008, 01:26 PM
I feel some forms of martial arts can help one defend him/herself. But most of them are mostly used to teach disipline. Street fighting techniques are what people need to learn to defend themselves. I feel some of the best fighters in karate etc. would have a really hard time with some of the best from ufc etc. The ultimate fighters are more versed in everything and basically street fight in a cage.


taught me how to really do damage, thats the disipline. the fact that in a few short years you can punch someone into a coma with one shot.

MOhillbilly
05-24-2008, 01:27 PM
thank you for you informative and interesting post


calm down Laz, theres lots of girls spreading it on the net, but thank you for bringing it to our attention.o:-)

Bill Parcells
05-24-2008, 01:36 PM
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milkman
05-24-2008, 01:43 PM
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LMAO

Now why did video make me think of Phobia and Raush?

Dave Lane
05-24-2008, 01:48 PM
After taking and teaching Bushidokan Karate for a decade I can tell you her style is pretty but won't get the job done. We used to have a saying we teach fighters not dancers!

Dave

stlchiefs
05-24-2008, 01:57 PM
After taking and teaching Bushidokan Karate for a decade I can tell you her style is pretty but won't get the job done. We used to have a saying we teach fighters not dancers!

Dave

That's what I was thinking. She looked like a dancer mixing in some martial arts moves.

BigVE
05-24-2008, 03:10 PM
She was using a bit more ART than anything else. On the other hand very few people could bust out a light bulb without lifting a finger. Impressive either way. As for being a real fighter...can't tell from this but I'm guessing she has some skills.

Bowser
05-24-2008, 03:15 PM
A buddy of mine that's big into akido calls tae-kwon-do "take-my-dough". I guess he's not a big fan.

macdawg
05-24-2008, 03:16 PM
most martial arts brainwash people into thinking they are walking death machines because they do karate/kung fu/whatever, but I give big props to Mixed Martial Arts fighters for actually proving their skills instead of talking about them.

HolyHandgernade
05-24-2008, 03:17 PM
I took San Soo for a while which they described as a martial combat as opposed to a martial art:

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Tribal Warfare
05-24-2008, 03:21 PM
I took San Soo for a while which they described as a martial combat as opposed to a martial art:

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Now that would definitely, work in an actual street fight

ChiTown
05-24-2008, 03:22 PM
Now that would definitely, work in an actual street fight

Just how many street fights are you getting in to?

FAX
05-24-2008, 03:23 PM
I want to learn the one where you grab the guy by the nose, flip your other hand like a bird a few times, and while he's watching that, make a finger vee and poke him in the eye sockets.

I think it's called La Ri Kur Li Mo.

FAX

ChiTown
05-24-2008, 03:26 PM
I want to learn the one where you grab the guy by the nose, flip your other hand like a bird a few times, and while he's watching that, make a finger vee and poke him in the eye sockets.

I think it's called La Ri Kur Li Mo.

FAX

Also known as Thre Stu Jez

Skip Towne
05-24-2008, 03:29 PM
I want to learn the one where you grab the guy by the nose, flip your other hand like a bird a few times, and while he's watching that, make a finger vee and poke him in the eye sockets.

I think it's called La Ri Kur Li Mo.

FAX

You been watching the Three Stooges again?

HolyHandgernade
05-24-2008, 03:30 PM
The guy who brought over was named Jimmy Woo, according to him, he was an organized crime "heavy" who became disillusioned with the path he had taken, took an opportunity to make a new life in America. His theory was that most fights are over in in less than five seconds, a protracted one, no longer than ten, so everything taught was predicated on critical strikes to take your opponent out as quickly as possible. Of course, that style does not lend itself to "tournaments" or fighting for points. When practicing, everything is slowed down and your sparring partner is taught to "react like the blow landed". When they had a student that didn't know how to do that, the teacher would speed up the move but stay inches away from actual contact. Believe me, when you're not expecting it, you would be surprised how quickly you learn to react properly! I've forgotten most of what I learned but I can still simulate being struck by groin blow really well! :deevee:

Bowser
05-24-2008, 03:42 PM
The guy who brought over was named Jimmy Woo, according to him, he was an organized crime "heavy" who became disillusioned with the path he had taken, took an opportunity to make a new life in America. His theory was that most fights are over in in less than five seconds, a protracted one, no longer than ten, so everything taught was predicated on critical strikes to take your opponent out as quickly as possible. Of course, that style does not lend itself to "tournaments" or fighting for points. When practicing, everything is slowed down and your sparring partner is taught to "react like the blow landed". When they had a student that didn't know how to do that, the teacher would speed up the move but stay inches away from actual contact. Believe me, when you're not expecting it, you would be surprised how quickly you learn to react properly! I've forgotten most of what I learned but I can still simulate being struck by groin blow really well! :deevee:

That sounds like a style I was signing up for in Okinawa called Ooo-eee-chee-ryu (spelled phonically, of course). They had no desire to go to tournaments or teach fancy kata's. They just taught how to defend yourself and to inflict maximum damage in a minimum amount of time.

HolyHandgernade
05-24-2008, 03:43 PM
That sounds like a style I was signing up for in Okinawa called Ooo-eee-chee-ryu (spelled phonically, of course). They had no desire to go to tournaments or teach fancy kata's. They just taught how to defend yourself and to inflict maximum damage in a minimum amount of time.

San Soo still had katas, but I get your point, here's an infomercial on it:

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Bowser
05-24-2008, 03:48 PM
San Soo still had katas, but I get your point, here's an infomercial on it:

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Very cool. It's quite possible this style I had heard about is taken directly from this. If I were to take another MA class, or have my daughter do one, this would be what I'd look for. Thanks for posting this.

HolyHandgernade
05-24-2008, 03:52 PM
Yeah, my son is going to be 9 at the end of June, and we don't have a San Soo school that is close. He's in a basic self defense class right now that has a focus on teaching kids escape maneuvers as well. I think this is a good introduction for children, the last thing you want to hear from the principle is your child's name and "hair comb" mentioned in the same sentence! :evil:

blueballs
05-24-2008, 04:40 PM
hitsmaq
is missed

FAX
05-24-2008, 04:54 PM
hitsmaq
is missed

That's a fact. I'm certain that a lot of people feel the same way. Someday, I'm going to create a second username login thing and start posting like him. Maybe that will help some.

FAX