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Reddit - Martial Arts by /u/lowyoung5 - 37m ago
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Reddit - Martial Arts by /u/artificialreddit - 37m ago

Do you feel like yoga adds/would add to your martial arts training? How so?

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I studied Wushu Kung Fu for 5 years, Muay Thai for a year, MMA for a year and boxing for a year.

I want to find something that bridges the things I love about all these forms:

  • The traditional and spiritual teachings of Kung Fu. Learning a 'kata' that you can practice on your own.
  • The striking aspect of Muay Thai/boxing.
  • The real world effectiveness of MMA (I focused on BJJ + Muay Thai + Judo thrown together)

So I'm looking for something that is effective as a form of self-defense, but also has the traditional/spiritual aspects of classical martial arts and involves katas.

Thanks!

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I want to tell the instructor that he is making honorable traditional arts impure by mixing in dirty UFC ground games. How do I approach him and make him understand?

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I do BJJ, Muay Thai, and MMA, and wanted to use some Judo throws. I don't really get how to unbalance, the thing is that it's hard to unbalance MMA guys that know how to fight, so I have to muscle through usually before doing the throw. But Judo was invented by smaller people, so I was wondering how they do it because it seems likes it'd be more efficient.

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Like they are in their 50s 60s but are regarded as some untouchable beings, and all their disciples have to act like they cant hurt him and he can flick them feets away with barely a touch.

Its hilarious. In other sports like soccer or basketball, the coach is regarded as the one with the brain and experience but he doesnt outplay the players in terms of skills. You dont see Kobe purposely losing to Phil Jackson in a 1 on 1. The worst player on the team would easily beat the coach.

Likewise, the worst pro fighter would easily trash any of these senseis. For godsake they are in their 50s or 60s, they will do well against someone totally untrained but against a trained martial artist in their 20s or 30s they will get their ass handed to them.

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