Is it worth starting Kyo Karate? I did Shotokan for like 9 years, got a brown belt, stopped for a while and have been doing Muay Thai for about a year and BJJ for 6 months now. I plan on continuing doing Thai/Boxing for quite a while.
Question: Does Kyokushin bring anything to the table that Thai doesn't?
Kyokushin fighters with 15+ years experience (around what it takes to get a brown belt) look invincible to body shots because they have been hit in the body the entire time. It's just a matter of conditioning which you could get from other combat arts but most don't train as hard.in other words Kyo guys start getting hit early and spar early. I have done MT as well but I prefer kyo because you know your body more in depth with kihons kata and kumite Tl;dr yes it is worth
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>>758126 Why are you washing it? Use the smell to your advantage, no one wants to fight a smelly Sally so they would want the fight to end as soon as possible, take away the will to fight with your stank. You know I'm right.
>>757942 >Why the fuck aren't you guys talking about the most badass sport in the fucking world? Because it's so awesome, it literally speaks for itself. We're all just waiting speechlessly for it to become a global phenomena so we can try it ourselves.
>>757953 Seriously, MMA ain't got shit on UWM. It takes more skill than MMA where you're literally just flailing your arms to knockout your opponent. in UWM you're actually making points much like a real fighting video game so it's going to be way more balanced. MMA is literally unfair.
>>757817 It will take years for you to be a match for an average untrained male of your same body weight in any martial art, decades to beat someone heavier and you'd never have a shot against someone with a basic understanding of how to fight
How effective are weapon based martial arts anyway? Like for example, would a fencer or kendoka be able to beat someone trained in something like BJJ if they had their respective tool, or would the fact that their arts have more of a sports/competition basis mean they wouldn't be likely to win anyway?
>>757812 An idiot could kill someone with a sword. they are designed for killing people. Yes, you could theoretically disarm them, but it is not what's likely to happen, especially with someone who knows what their doing
Okay, so what's going on in this week, in the world of professional wrestling? Well:
> The huge story is still Seth Rollins sustaining a dangerous injury, suffering a torn ACL, MCL and medical meniscus. This means the prince of the Authority is going to be out for at least 6-9 months, putting him out for his title defence at Survivor Series and any future WrestleMania match they were planning > The WWE is thrown... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Who else /nervous/? I better at least beat one person. At a Judo tournament, and I get easily anxious which costs me my matches. I'm the same 5'6" 145 manlet OP from a month ago. Post tournament stories and motivation, bros.
>>757372 Will have the videos maybe eventually I have been lifting harder, training harder, and trying to relax more. Sensei noted that I look way to tense and stressed. Trying to get my chi together(lol) and relax.
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