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What is the best martial art?
Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)19:52 UTC+1 No.416067 Report

What is the best martial art?
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)19:53 UTC+1 No.416068 Report

>>416067
read the stickie
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)20:13 UTC+1 No.416072 Report

>>416067

Shooting someone.
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)20:18 UTC+1 No.416074 Report

>>416067


pipe bomb

they'll never even see it coming.
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)20:24 UTC+1 No.416078 Report

>>416067
pleading, soiling oneself and blubbering usually does the trick.
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)20:58 UTC+1 No.416084 Report

>>416067

Yellow bamboo.
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)21:56 UTC+1 No.416101 Report

cock swordfighting
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)22:01 UTC+1 No.416102 Report

>>416067
The art of subtlety.
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)22:31 UTC+1 No.416112 Report

The Mozambique drill
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)22:40 UTC+1 No.416116 Report

The gun
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CMAguy 05/26/14(Mon)22:44 UTC+1 No.416118 Report

>>416067
Here comes CMAguy with the seriousness

It depends what you look for in a martial art.
there are many ways to define a martial art as "the best".

It also depends on whether or not youre just baiting an argument.

pic: I have the other pages of this if want
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)22:49 UTC+1 No.416121 Report

Jiu Jitsu is my favourite. *note how i didn't say it was the best*
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)22:50 UTC+1 No.416123 Report

>>416067

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2K_aHCJbxN0

There is no best martial art.
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CMAguy 05/26/14(Mon)22:52 UTC+1 No.416125 Report

>>416121
>>416118
>>416121

If anyone would like to watch the tea scene from the Jet Li film "Fearless", it gives a good description of the martial arts and why they're not about which is best.
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Anonymous 05/26/14(Mon)23:16 UTC+1 No.416130 Report

>>416067
Living in an area without crime.
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???????Pomf 05/27/14(Tue)00:34 UTC+1 No.416197 Report

AMERIDOTE! ROAH!
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)00:34 UTC+1 No.416199 Report

>>416125

Shitfuck I am almost certain I own or have owned the book that that excerpt is from. Small world. I struggled to master the (Hung Kuen?) techniques in that book, wishing I could have learned it first hand. The one I just couldn't get my head around was a snake form I think. It involved a kick to the ankle and the the technique I think you have there. I rationalised it at involving the kick and poke, followed by what you have only after a spin and capture? This might sound weird but, it involved a kick from the rear leg at a low angle along with a single finger spearhand followed by, I believe, your image.
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???????Pomf 05/27/14(Tue)00:36 UTC+1 No.416202 Report

>>416125
Wait, isn't dragon's tail a kick?
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)01:13 UTC+1 No.416288 Report

Best at ground fighting: bjj
Best at grappling: catch wrestling
Best at kicking: muay Thai
Best at punching: boxing
Best at self defense: krav maga
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Seido. 05/27/14(Tue)01:20 UTC+1 No.416333 Report

>>416288

Why would the one that isn't good at any of the four above categories be good at self defense? Because reasons?
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)01:57 UTC+1 No.416496 Report

>>416333
I think it's safe to say this person hasn't done all of this style extensively so he doesn't really know anyways,
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)02:05 UTC+1 No.416536 Report

>>416288
what's the difference between ground fighting and grappling? you mean stand up grappling?
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)03:44 UTC+1 No.416959 Report

Its all grappling. I think that person might be confused.
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)04:54 UTC+1 No.417091 Report

>>416288
>larp mango
>good for anything aside from scamming people who already have a victim complex
Good goy
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)05:29 UTC+1 No.417114 Report

>>416288
>thinking self defense is its own category
>thinking self defense is some radically different world
>not realizing that those practicing for self defense are usually least prepared for any confrontation, since they havent practiced their 2deadly moves against noncompliant partners
not saying there arent differences to take into account, but come now goy
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CMAguy 05/27/14(Tue)09:34 UTC+1 No.417233 Report

>>416199
I'll post the other pages.
Yeah he's a Hung Kuen grandmaster.
So many people keep dying that I want to learn from.
Like Zhu Baozhen died the other day and it's extremely depressing.
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KREqD55HeCY
And Xu Gong Wei is dead too
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjSqPxsUIp4
and so are many amazing people. UUURGGRGGHHH
>>416202
Kungfu is weird with naming things. Im sure it's probably like 10 different moves.
>
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)10:16 UTC+1 No.417269 Report

>>416288

Taking the bait..
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)22:01 UTC+1 No.417542 Report

Krav Maga is not an actual martial art. It's just a fighting system for the Israeli military, and they teach different kind of fighting to each section of their military.
You don't want the bored foot grunts knowing how to kill each other when they're sparring, do you? No, you don't. They do some posture fighting and if all you've taught them is purely pragmatic kill moves, you'll end up with dead soldiers.
The truth is that most soldiers in the world who aren't supposed to do close-quarter combat aren't taught close-quarter combat.
They're taught a light zumbaish combination of kickboxing and grappling so they don't kill one another, and in every military in the world, there's an elite group which are indeed taught how to kill/defend themselves efficiently.
And most of those guys almost never teach their shit to the general population, because you don't want people who go out into Wal Mart to be programmed to break someone's trachea or rupture someone's spleen when the first minor annoyance that comes their way.
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)22:03 UTC+1 No.417545 Report

>>417542
Krav Maga sucks compared to Sambo

Russia > Israel
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)22:17 UTC+1 No.417551 Report

>>417545
With military conflict there's very little actual sparring. Usually the person who gets the drop on their enemy is the person who wins.
Besides, at that level things are reduced to the bare minimum so that they're practically the same thing.
Finally...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beslan_school_hostage_crisis
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)22:19 UTC+1 No.417553 Report

>>417551
what does that school hostage crisis have to do with anything?
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)22:20 UTC+1 No.417554 Report

>>417553
It shows people just how elite the Russian elite soldiers are.
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)22:26 UTC+1 No.417557 Report

>>417554
So if we scroll down and see related stories and look at Israel's botched operations. I guess we can imply how elite the Israeli elite soldiers are?


Tit for tat Anon.
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Anonymous 05/27/14(Tue)22:39 UTC+1 No.417562 Report

>>417557
Pretty much. There is no super soldier.
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???????Pomf 05/28/14(Wed)00:01 UTC+1 No.417589 Report

>>416288
>Best at ground fighting: bjj
Wrestling
>Best at grappling: catch wrestling
Judo/wrestling, depending of the temperature
>Best at kicking: muay Thai
Tea Kwon do, kapoera have some good stuff too
>Best at punching: boxing
I guess you mean with gloves but since it isn't precised : Wing chun
>Best at self defense: krav maga
Shaolin/Kali/runaway/aikido

1/10 see me after class.
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Anonymous 05/28/14(Wed)00:07 UTC+1 No.417592 Report

>>417589

i have a brown belt in kenpo but am looking to learn a new martial art. what does /asp/ recommend for my next venture?

i like the fluidity of motion with stuff like aikido, but also find striking/sparring oddly relaxing and focusing for the mind.

i know very little about shaolin, kali, and wing chun. i'm considering tae kwon do, but am not sure if it will be too similar to what i've learned to be exciting.
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Anonymous 05/28/14(Wed)00:21 UTC+1 No.417601 Report

>>417592
>i have a brown belt in kenpo but am looking to learn a new martial art. what does /asp/ recommend for my next venture?
I recommend learning something functional as opposed to "stand perfectly still while I hit 30 times"

>Boxing
>muay thai
+
>wrestling
>bjj
Pick one from each.
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