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Martial Art is Life

Postby Egon » Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:31 pm

As a side note there is a current polemic debate about a Tai Chi master who was badly beaten by a MMA fighter. I've heard the theory that it could be CCP who organized it, calling a weaking master to be beaten and then use reverse psychology to pull Kung Fu practicioners into the MMA world so the party could make money off them. If the case was just that Kung Fu/Tai Chi is useless against modern M.A. then there would not be cases of Shaolin monks who do that super-human feats like resisting KO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGsjtweGhho

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The first martial art I practiced was Karate. This is a video a friend sent me:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nHZvbOtFSM

In my opinion, modern Karate is a waste of time, unless you have no martial arts avaliable near where you live, so it can be an open door. The movements of Karate he's using for the fight (and in general Karate) are called Kata and they are for lone demonstration, Taekwondo absorbed the same from Karate (Poomsae) but IMO the focus on it won't help in your progress or in real life unless there is something else to add. The difference of Taekwondo is what it has of original, it's actual fighting techniques, how you mantain the base and the dynamics of fighting are better for deffense and counter attack. This is my personal thinking after practicing both styles.

I also practiced Kickboxing/Thaiboxing, and I recognize their efficiency. The one thing I don't like very much in martial arts like these, MMA etc., is because it's too much deffense sports and less martial art, I think there must be a balance or it's like you're just playing football or other materialistic stuff, or then being a new ager on the extreme opposite.

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Here is a good kick guiding by Grandmaster Shin Chul Kang:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkqynXVif7k

Stretching exercises for kicks:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tnfe8IYqlgs

I lay emphasis on Jiu-Jitsu as well, Hitler also recommended its practice in the Main Kampf:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJQHfoGQlxI

An interesting art, Hapkido:
https://www.leasidemartialarts.com/hapk ... an-masters


Marial Art is Life!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKROCTGSd7Y


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Postby Egon » Tue Oct 17, 2017 7:29 pm

The highest (9th Dan) poomsae/pattern in Taekwondo is in the shape of a swastika (Ilyeo):

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Postby HP Mageson666 » Tue Oct 17, 2017 7:39 pm

Having talked with people who went to Japan to train in Karate they told me that western Karate is wrong. The Japanese taught it wrong on purpose to American troops during the occupation to make a living but they didn't give them the proper way of doing it. An example is the arm blocks are actual breaks based on catching the in coming strike. Something else that was taken out of Karate in general was proper foot work. The long wide stepping was put there to take the power out of the strikes. I took Karate for awhile when I was younger it is a mess. The basic strikes are still good.

The best traditional martial art I trained in was Silat.

Kung Fu was originally based on Chi energy. Some of the drills are based on channeling in Chi and directing it thought the main two fingers. The Dim Mak strikes were based on this. The adept strikes and then release chi volt into the median point like a human taser. I read an account of a Kung Fu master who worn dozen of matches against other masters in China in our own time. Without striking them. He projected his own Chi into them and caused them to just drop knocked out of energy. That is the mark of a high level master over there.

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Postby Egon » Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:47 pm

More stretching tips, how to train for splits, with English subtitles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMLxN30NECM

Fight Science Kick Test (Capoeira, Karate, Muaythai & Taekwondo):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gw4EoWi5QSM

This is an interesting Ninjutsu channel with English subtitles oftenly:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IW6R-BqIyC8

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Postby ss666 » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:23 pm

The most important thing IMO for martial arts is the teacher, not the style. However, studying martial arts is duble edged.
While it can save your life in the right circumstance and you can learn important life lessons, training can also be mixed with waste of time:

- depending on your wits and the place you live, you might never need combat skills in all your life.
- almost all forms don't have spiritual training, and if they do it is not better than JoS meditations
- athletic physical benefits are not on the same level with other disciplines (eg. triathlon).
- there are lots of cases where experienced overconfident fighters were surprised by a knife or a gun or a broken bottle and lost their lives.
- there is no defense to being sucker punched
- almost all don't teach how to use weapons or use impracticable weapons(e.g swords,spears).
For example a 6 months person who learned how to use a slingshot could beat decades of experienced hand-to-hand fighter.
Slingshots being easy to use, easy to learn, easy to carry and pretty much legal, with a surprise factor!

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Postby Egon » Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:12 am

I've heard similar claims of how people who don't practice any form of combat can kick ass of martial artists because this or that reason, because they feel that somehow practicing a style of combat makes you limited into combat rules or some nonsense.

However who does have more chance of winning in a street fight, the avarage assuming Joe or someone who had some physical preparation and notions of self defense? I don't see how practicing martial arts can be double edged or waste of time in any of the points made, also I assume the people who will read the thread probably meditate, so it will just add even more into it and make them advanced in both the physical and spiritual.

It's observable this person is focused, well trained and will not be caught by "sucker punches" easily: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwJb0zZiJ5w

ss666 wrote:...However, studying martial arts is duble edged.
... training can also be mixed with waste of time:


- depending on your wits and the place you live, you might never need combat skills in all your life.
So? We live in enemy-run world. Better be safe than sorry.

- almost all forms don't have spiritual training, and if they do it is not better than JoS meditations
Yes we have the best spiritual knowledge, however I don't see how this is an argument to not practice martial arts.

- athletic physical benefits are not on the same level with other disciplines (eg. triathlon).
They can be even better and less damaging for the body as in the cases of highly demanding sports like triathlon and basketball, that may harm one's health after a long time rather than improving it (eg. masters Helio Gracie and Kang Shin Chul).

- there are lots of cases where experienced overconfident fighters were surprised by a knife or a gun or a broken bottle and lost their lives.
This is an argument to not be overconfident, which does not have to do with training m.a. and overcoming physical limitations through it.

- there is no defense to being sucker punched
Well it does... But an excellent argument in favor of training a martial art. The avarage Joe have even less chance than the trained in defending and counter attacking, if I understood "sucker punched" correctly.

- almost all don't teach how to use weapons or use impracticable weapons(e.g swords,spears).
Because there are limitations in many areas concerning weapons, however even training with old weapons can help with improvisation where you cannot use fireguns, like in Ninjutsu or Kali Silat.

For example a 6 months person who learned how to use a slingshot could beat decades of experienced hand-to-hand fighter.
These hypothetical situations... Ok, the inverse could also be possible, and this does not makes m.a. a waste of time or "double edged", or makes the martial artist unable to use improvised weapons either.

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Postby ss666 » Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:17 pm

Of course someone with no combat skills is at disadvantage, given that they have the same mental (creativity, protecting someone they love) and emotional state (confidence/courage), with similar level of equipment and number of opponents, and same type of terrain (elevation, light, space, ground friction)!

If you practice combat with a set of rules, unless you are a beginner (to not have patterns engraved in you) or a master (to be able to think outside the box) in that area you would probably stick with what you learned.
For example Royce Gracie defeated in UFC-1 a famous boxer at that time, who didn't think about doing anything other than sticking to his boxing.

So that means you need to train in large area of possibilities to cover multiple scenarios, so that you have a large set of patterns.

That requires the study of hand-to-hand combat + grappling + weapons training + defending against weapons without having them + weapon vs weapon fighting + defending against dogs + multiple skilled opponents. However, you also need to balance this and drop some of the scenarios. For example some military MA techniques, are only applicable in military fields!

Moreover you need mental and emotional training, to not freeze in a life threatening scenario. Also you need to have a plan on how to fight in different terrain types.
You also need to take into consideration how to tackle useful self defense passive tools like body-armour or motorcycle helmet.

While MA improve you body in many ways, I argue that since they don't have a plan on how to improve it, it won't be as effective as gymnastics for example. 1 hour of kicking and punching repeated on an extended period of time, will not make you body as strong, flexible and balanced as 1 hour of gymnastics repeated on a extended period of time. It's true that gymnastics/triathlon are demanding on the body, but that is the competition phase, you don't have to push your body beyond its limits every training session to squeeze that 1-2% benefit for that sport.

Sucker punch is a surprise attack, which can happen to anyone. For example you are on you way to work in a crowded place and someone that has a grudge on you, followed you and stabbed you from the back, no warnings before that.

The amount of time spend on preparing and maintaining what you learned to be prepared will be enormous. So unless your job requires skills like this, it is really impracticable for an average person to dedicate so much time to cover an ocean of possibilities.

I think it's better to put that time on RTRs and have confidence that the Gods or our GD will protect us when the situation goes out of our hand.

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Postby Egon » Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:42 am

I concur with Marcus here, the best M.A. is the one you can practice with consistence:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJOcfbDZdF8


ss666 wrote:The amount of time spend on preparing and maintaining what you learned to be prepared will be enormous.

This applies to anything someone may dedicate to, including one's mundane job. Yes when things go out of hand, if we can deffend ourselves and be independent that will be the best.

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Postby NaziMan12 » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:28 pm

One thing I learned from Egon's taekwondo video he has in the Main post here is that when you throw a kick or punch it should be in a spiral effect as this is the only way it can penetrate the body. I think it is personally true as it increased my confidence in my self defense.
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Postby Roswitha » Fri Nov 03, 2017 11:39 pm

Hey Egon, I watched some more of the videos he posted and what I noticed is that some of the things he says in the videos are against what he says in others.

Also to the public he appears pro everything. I don't know if it has to do with 'keeping up appearances' but it does seem to cause some sort of maze.
Also he encourages people to go to the gym work out and be strong, and he does have some good points in the videos though, but I think those were mostly taken before the youtube censorship period.

Anyway, I checked the website he posted on one of the videos also. Not much to say about that.

Basicly what I should say is, form your own opinion.

Plus yes he kind of rallied people to get strong so we can fight off those invaders may it end in civil war. Its not in every video, only after quite a few clicks I heard about that.

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Postby SeerOfSS » Sat Nov 04, 2017 1:52 pm

Haven't watched the videos yet but from others reply, I will. I enjoying seeing MA always new things to learn.

And thanks HP, I didn't know that before.
Little lesson in history lol.

I do know now that the military uses mostly just the points of fighting where will take the other person down fast or just kill him.

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Postby Egon » Sat Nov 04, 2017 8:34 pm

I know, I just agreed with that video in particular, half of the things Marcus/Golden says is christian BS.

Roswitha wrote:Hey Egon, I watched some more of the videos he posted and what I noticed is that some of the things he says in the videos are against what he says in others.

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Postby Roswitha » Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:57 pm

I think I mentioned the older videos would be better, however, most informative videos were uploaded in the last 6 months to a year.

I must say what is said though is well said. Not like the super angry dude or anything. Its good.


When I clicked on them they were in the side being recommendations, which ended me up being confused about the timeline.

If I made any other mistakes, I apologize. It was not my intention to blaspheme a good person.

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Postby VoiceofEnki » Sun Nov 05, 2017 5:11 am

The benifit's of meditation should not be underestimated, especially when combined with martial training.

A while back I was sucker punches, right on my temple by a dude who even had a running start. Somehow, don't ask me exactly how this happened, but somehow I was unscathed and didn't even flinch, it didn't hurt and it felt like his fist just kind of bounced off. I barely wobbled at all, and it definitly was a solid hit, right on my temple.

I saw it comming from the corner of my eye, but couldn't react in time (it was night and the dude was a black man in a black coat, so it was quite hard to see him comming in the small alley way where I was surrounded by these 10 thugs).

I'm not a trained martial artist, but I do have some experience. In this situation I was surrounded by a group of 10 dudes, who decided to be extremely aggressive to me. 3 of them attempted to push me down, after they had surrounded me. In that moment I felt my energy rise up, like a defence mechanism, then this one dude sucker punched me in the right temple. It didn't do anything as I said, due to my energy rising up the way it did.

I pushed the other 3 dudes who attempted to push me down off of me, and suddenly they all backed off and ended the conflict, they became timid like nothing had happened.

In a direct fight I would have stood no chance I think, in a one against 10 situation, where I was already surrounded. On top of that some of them were drunk as well as they reeked of alchohol. Still the moment my energy rose up and I stood my ground, pushing those dudes away from me they backed off.

The way your aura can influence other people is not something to be underestimated. In that moment, even though physically I lack the strength to fight against that many attackers, I got extremely pissed off and vizualized myself killing all of them, right then and there, I projected my anger and killing intent at those thugs almost instinctively and well they backed off and walked away right in that moment.

I can imagine the effects of your aura are not insignificant when you also have a strong, trained physique and have martial arts training as well.

It can soften incomming blows, strengthen your own fist which makes you hit much harder, influence the mind and soul of attackers in such a way they would think better than to attack you, even though physically they might have you beat. It can drastically reduce damage from any attack you suffered too and enhance your survivability significantly, which only get's amplified if you actually have a strong and well trained physique.

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Postby Roswitha » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:01 am

It seems material arts like shaolin kung fu and the more spiritual material arts deal with chi.
But what doesn't seem to be said is anything about how to use it.

If you think about how your aura can affect anything when you're aware of it and have done some practice with it.
Basicly that would just be a minor thing.

I think that you have to work on moving this energy within you. Get rid of blocks so it can flow freely.
Now I have watched this video below. And at some point after a few minutes people go flying off and they mention that by adapting ones own energy to another and moving it around causes to do that.

When you would use your own energy on someone else, that can lead to complications. As you wouldn't breathe in dirty energy during some practice of aquiring energy.
Some people go to pagan circles and they raise their energy or attempt to. Some are good at it and they then overwhelm others and make them nauseated with just their own energy. Now the average pagan has never heard of aura cleaning or anything like that, so it might have to do with this.
But I wanted to point out that this might be the possible reason that one would rather adapt their own energy to put another off balance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yT2ZRUR-B0g

There is also another video I saw that was about healing with energy and the person said that male and female energies were united and that was used to heal others. Male below and female above. Which if one takes what one knows from the website turns that this might be the chakras that theyre talking about.

Also I will have to rewatch but more or less it was also said that mastering the female energies or the balance of male and female aka yin/yang has to do with some things one could do.
Now I have had spoken with someone in the past about meditation and stuff and he said that by separating the male and female energies inside the body he could ... like grow his finger nails real long in a short period of time ????? but when I asked about it years later the person wasn't much into meditation anymore.

But for those interested it might be worth trying to look up what you can do with this and what is true and what isn't.

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Postby SoulSnipes » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:21 am

NaziMan12 wrote:One thing I learned from Egon's taekwondo video he has in the Main post here is that when you throw a kick or punch it should be in a spiral effect as this is the only way it can penetrate the body. I think it is personally true as it increased my confidence in my self defense.


Yeah this is a great way to manipulate the body of an attacker; the rotation, like a pinching effect adds to the wounds of the strikes.


My real question is how to execute rolls and dives on concrete. I've tried this on unpaved roads but the effect isn't as serious as the sidewalk I would guess. :roll:
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Postby Egon » Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:19 pm

For this purpose, you should look after Jiu-Jitsu instructions .

SoulSnipes wrote:My real question is how to execute rolls and dives on concrete. I've tried this on unpaved roads but the effect isn't as serious as the sidewalk I would guess. :roll:


You can also buy that DVD: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Revolution-of-Kicking-DVD-Tae-Kwon-Do-Kicks-Training-Lessons-English-Spanish-TKD-/151766000118

SeerOfSS wrote:Haven't watched the videos yet but from others reply, I will. I enjoying seeing MA always new things to learn.

And thanks HP, I didn't know that before.
Little lesson in history lol.

I do know now that the military uses mostly just the points of fighting where will take the other person down fast or just kill him.

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Postby BoRn of fire » Tue Nov 14, 2017 1:40 pm

Is there a way I could teach myself martial arts where and how do I begin to go about this ?

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Postby Aquarius » Tue Nov 14, 2017 4:22 pm

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Postby Egon » Tue Nov 14, 2017 4:24 pm

You shoul have a tutor to check your progress and correct your blows, not necessarily physically present, but you must have sure you will practice with consistence and discipline. A partner for training is also of great help, you don't need to buy expensive material, just a pair of punch mitts and kick pads if you have a partner is enough, if you are alone, a punch bag or Bob. In general I'm not against paying a few bucks for a formal training, as you will have partners, a tutor, equipment, the local for training and a set up routine.

BoRn of fire wrote:Is there a way I could teach myself martial arts where and how do I begin to go about this ?

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Postby NaziMan12 » Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:52 am

Born Of Fire you can read a manual like I did or you can go to a martial arts center. Basics of boxing are easy just keep elbows close to sides, look out of the top of your eyes, and keep your hands up as a guard when in the thick of the fight. You also want to spiral your punches when you throw them. One good hand to hand combat is the Kill or Be Killed pdf you can find with a internet search.
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Postby SoulSnipes » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:48 pm

Egon wrote:For this purpose, you should look after Jiu-Jitsu instructions .

SoulSnipes wrote:My real question is how to execute rolls and dives on concrete. I've tried this on unpaved roads but the effect isn't as serious as the sidewalk I would guess. :roll:



It's a backwards roll that needs to be used; for guns also, not as effective though you might get shot do not try with guns !! Lol
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Postby Egon » Wed Nov 22, 2017 8:08 pm

Something to be taken into consideration by anyone with a fixation for "badass" trainings:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFTJlwmdaDU
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If someone has to chose of either be raped or be shot then fighting back and being shot seems a better option. Material possessions can be replaced, traumas may be carried for several lifetimes.

SoulSnipes wrote:It's a backwards roll that needs to be used; for guns also, not as effective though you might get shot do not try with guns !! Lol

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Postby Egon » Thu Dec 07, 2017 4:11 pm

Fantasy vs Martial Art Reality. What he observes here applies to Krav Maga Bullshito as well:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPrDpk_c3vk

By the way I love Joe Rogan's show:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ME8_Qshmpy8

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Postby SoulSnipes » Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:15 am

https://www.awma.com/productdetail/4241 ... atch=85292

Does anyone have any experience with these? What's the point of these
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Postby Egon » Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:50 am

I've used its similar plenty of times in Taekwondo, it works fine for body protection in sparring and competition.

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Postby GakunGak » Tue Mar 06, 2018 8:45 pm

I guess I'll just chip in my $0.05 plus taxes.....

Regarding martial arts [with Kata's] and those with specific how-to under specific scenarios, in a real fight, it's a 50-50 chance to gain an upper hand. Because the opponent/enemy is unpredictable. So, my real world approach is the following (these steps take a few moments under controlled situation with someone who't training his/her brain to think fast(er):

1: Conflict escalation predicted from verbal to physical contact imminent.

*Attempt to deescalate the conflict with a peaceful resolution (that is not being a coward).

- If successful, proceed to walk away.
- If not successful, proceed to step 2.

2: Is the handgun present on me?
- if yes, then proceed to threaten the enemy and if necessary, cap his knees/leg or other exposed part of the body which is not life threatening.
-if no, proceed to step 3.

3: Is a knife present on me?
- If yes, proceed to threaten to use it if the opponent/enemy proceeds with the threat.
The goal here is to give quick shallow cuts, to frighten enough [some persons panic when seeing blood]
- If no, proceed to step 4.

4: Is there an environmental weapon present near me? Examples include bricks, bottles, mops, pipes, scissors, briefcase, anything stable and can withstand high velocity swings and impact on something hard.
-If yes, acquire the "weapon" as quickly as possible and threaten to use it. Objective is to cause minimum necessary damage to discourage the enemy from attacking further.
-If no, proceed to step 5.

5: You're fucked. No weapons. Only fists and feet. So, assuming you have at least 1 hand and 2 legs:
- if yes, proceed to kick enemy's groin without warning, gouge his eyes, twist his ear, manipulate fingers, if possible, put him in a sleeper hold. Restrain him. For ideas on how to gain the upper hand with first strike capability, look up on YT Ameridote Master Ken. Most of the stuff is what you can/should use.
-if no, start running and screaming at the top of your lungs for help, police and whatever comes to mind.
Run into crowd, where there's a lot of people, to increase your chances of someone giving you a hand. Sound panicked and scared. If you're in the US, you're in luck, chances are moderately good that someone is concealed carrying.

A word of warning to novices. The following should NOT be done:
1: Announcing to the attacker that you are a martial arts guru black belt 10 dan with golden letters.
2: Assuming defensive/offensive stances until the very last possible second.
3: Obviously, do not start warming up. Stretching. Breathing. :roll:

What you can do, when processing above information reasonably fast, is to [practice first!!!!!] take a deep breath, contract all your muscles and release quickly. Consciously activate turbo drive/mode [Adrenalin] so that the body can handle stressful situation [fight or flight].

For those really pushing it, torrent or vpn download US NAVY Seal training regiment [running, swimming] to increase stamina, for those not ending a fight in under 2 minutes. USMC Combat field manual [hand to hand training] should come handy as well.

A small knife with a good grip should be a-okay. A retractable baton [you can find it online] should provide adequate protection when striking an enemy on his legs [legs are the pillars of the balance of the body].

Meditation + running + working out + brain exercises should cover 75% of these situations, unless the enemy has a gun. Or you find yourself with an armed drone over your head. Or a sniper........ You get the idea.....


NOTE: This is not to discourage those training a specific martial art. Just to apply it when the enemy has been disabled. My recommendation is a fluid hybrid of Russian Systema, Ameridote, Gracie's Jiu Jitsu, Kenpo is good, and someone mentioned Samba I think. Jeet Kune Do [Bruce Lee's martial art] could also be included. Mix all of them and take most effective stuff and combine it into the most effective weapon [in the absence of real weapons].

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Postby Shael » Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:25 pm

To add on to this topic, I have roughly translated and de-corrupted the (in my opinion) most valuable book on martial arts that I know of. It's from Miyamoto Musashi, whose history has been heavily altered and corrupted by you-know-who. This unfortunately also includes his 'book of five rings'. In fact, it is SO corrupted that I had to postpone de-corrupting it because it would take forever to do.
Luckily, his other work, the '35 articles on strategy' has been roughly translated into german and english by some university people who seem to have retained most of the original meaning. During the last 2 weeks I have spent countless hours reformatting and re-translating all the articles to make them more understandable and easier to read, aswell as ensuring that no bullshit corruptions are in it anymore. I still have a little fine tuning to do but I will post the book now because I want to share this knowledge with you guys asap.

Below I will explain briefly what the book is actually about, but for those who just want to download it already, here is the link beforehand: http://docdro.id/Urislni

Now, this book is from Miyamoto Musashi, who is one of the most genious fighters and strategists who has set foot on this planet to-date (in my opinion). His fighting style is with two swords. However, as stated in his book aswell, much of this can be seen as an allegory, so you don't actually have to use swords to apply his strategic teachings.
As already stated in the book, these articles roughly summarize his style of fighting by naming the main points, attitudes, and techniques. It may not seem like much material to study, but when you really start to ponder the meaning of the articles and apply them in daily life, you will realize just how much knowledge really is inside those few articles. Trust me on this.

Lastly, make sure to always look at these articles from a satanic point of view. And don't even try researching more about Musashi on google. All you will find are idiotic and fabricated fables about him, where he is massively christianized and so on. I have a good example for this corruption, too, but I don't want this post to get even more lengthy, so if anyone is interested let me know and I'll share it.

If anyone ends up having suggestions for alternative wordings in the book or anything of the like, please do share them with me. I'm still looking to perfect all the articles fully so I'm open to all input.

I hope this was helpful to you guys. :)
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Re: Martial Art is Life

Postby Aquarius » Thu Mar 08, 2018 8:50 am

Shael wrote:To add on to this topic, I have roughly translated and de-corrupted the (in my opinion) most valuable book on martial arts that I know of. It's from Miyamoto Musashi, whose history has been heavily altered and corrupted by you-know-who. This unfortunately also includes his 'book of five rings'. In fact, it is SO corrupted that I had to postpone de-corrupting it because it would take forever to do.
Luckily, his other work, the '35 articles on strategy' has been roughly translated into german and english by some university people who seem to have retained most of the original meaning. During the last 2 weeks I have spent countless hours reformatting and re-translating all the articles to make them more understandable and easier to read, aswell as ensuring that no bullshit corruptions are in it anymore. I still have a little fine tuning to do but I will post the book now because I want to share this knowledge with you guys asap.

Below I will explain briefly what the book is actually about, but for those who just want to download it already, here is the link beforehand: http://docdro.id/Urislni

Now, this book is from Miyamoto Musashi, who is one of the most genious fighters and strategists who has set foot on this planet to-date (in my opinion). His fighting style is with two swords. However, as stated in his book aswell, much of this can be seen as an allegory, so you don't actually have to use swords to apply his strategic teachings.
As already stated in the book, these articles roughly summarize his style of fighting by naming the main points, attitudes, and techniques. It may not seem like much material to study, but when you really start to ponder the meaning of the articles and apply them in daily life, you will realize just how much knowledge really is inside those few articles. Trust me on this.

Lastly, make sure to always look at these articles from a satanic point of view. And don't even try researching more about Musashi on google. All you will find are idiotic and fabricated fables about him, where he is massively christianized and so on. I have a good example for this corruption, too, but I don't want this post to get even more lengthy, so if anyone is interested let me know and I'll share it.

If anyone ends up having suggestions for alternative wordings in the book or anything of the like, please do share them with me. I'm still looking to perfect all the articles fully so I'm open to all input.

I hope this was helpful to you guys. :)
Thank you Shael, good job :)
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Re: Martial Art is Life

Postby Egon » Thu Mar 08, 2018 11:28 am

GakunGak wrote:NOTE: This is not to discourage those training a specific martial art. Just to apply it when the enemy has been disabled. My recommendation is a fluid hybrid of Russian Systema, Ameridote, Gracie's Jiu Jitsu, Kenpo is good, and someone mentioned Samba I think. Jeet Kune Do [Bruce Lee's martial art] could also be included.

"Ameridote" is a parody created by a humorist, and not a real Martial Art. Kenpo also doesn't seem effective at all, I recommend sticking to Jiu-Jitsu and one of the many forms of Kickboxing.

Stormblood wrote:What do you guys think about Wing Chun?

I don't think it's that effective, it's more "art" than "martial".

Shael wrote:To add on to this topic, I have roughly translated and de-corrupted the (in my opinion) most valuable book on martial arts that I know of. It's from Miyamoto Musashi, whose history has been heavily altered and corrupted by you-know-who.

Thank you, I will check that.

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Re: Martial Art is Life

Postby ss666 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 3:11 pm

What do you guys think of HEMA (Historical European Martial Arts)? I recently discovered it and I think it can teach really good diverse weapon mastery, mostly based on European fighting manuals that were used by the nobility in actual warfare.

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Postby BlackCherokeeChi » Thu Mar 08, 2018 7:37 pm

When I was doing Qigong Taichi, there was and is no difference to Wing Chun. If you watch the movie IP MAN, Donnie Yen, wether he knows it alot, he greatly shows the similarities and the spiritual aspects(meditations) of Wing Chung, which is exactly like doing faster Tai Chi and Qigong. Which if done long enough , i conclude that the reaction and amount of time needed to draw energy for a punch lessen the more you train and do qigong. Meaning quick less body but powerful punches.

Also, something major that I think Will help all martial art, that in doing Kata (of what I know) and standing within and punching through with my solar plexus chakra, ALL my attacks where drastically sharpend. Sure you can sharpen your techniques with willpower, but the willpower stems straight from the Sol, the Sun Solar plexus chakra.

Bruce lee (who's foundation in martial art stem from wing chung) - the way he is known to raise and wave his hands up and down and circular motion, which in the Tao of Jeet June Do (Bruce Lee book) is like the eight movements or arm forms of blocking (4 each side of the arm), when Done with the legs, your doing warding off and push foward- like waving back and forth with your hands together. The other forms within Tai Chi that we have now, the 13 forms of tai chi fits perfectly in this blocking movement and wing chung.

I agree with HP Don remark of the stance, footing, when doing wing chun, Jeet Kune Do, the footing as in Bruce stance, is definitely not as wide. The stance will leave your whole body feeling OPEN.

I concluded to myself before, martal art is faster qigong and tai chi, slow downed marta art, speed up qigong and tai chi when you progress, develope your own style from yourself your own form through application which is true freedom and one of the last steps in Martial art, in tai chi that freedom is know as spontaneous qigong, gauarding the one- ENERGY CIRCULATION ON JOYOFSATAN - to the solar plexus.

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Re: Martial Art is Life

Postby GakunGak » Thu Mar 08, 2018 9:58 pm

Egon wrote:
GakunGak wrote:NOTE: This is not to discourage those training a specific martial art. Just to apply it when the enemy has been disabled. My recommendation is a fluid hybrid of Russian Systema, Ameridote, Gracie's Jiu Jitsu, Kenpo is good, and someone mentioned Samba I think. Jeet Kune Do [Bruce Lee's martial art] could also be included.

"Ameridote" is a parody created by a humorist, and not a real Martial Art. Kenpo also doesn't seem effective at all, I recommend sticking to Jiu-Jitsu and one of the many forms of Kickboxing.

Sure, a parody with a serious twist, which is to make sure it explains various "bullshit" that could, otherwise, an average person, get killed.
Case in point...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNxqDjGlk18
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clNsmqHE8p8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2D3-uCVC1g

You get the idea...

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Postby SoulSnipes » Wed Apr 18, 2018 2:11 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGARg-Gb5xs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9S9pPtq53o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHFAopwrdlk

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Postby PerfectStorm666 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:53 pm

.The amount of time spend on preparing and maintaining what you learned to be prepared will be enormous. So unless your job requires skills like this, it is really impracticable for an average person to dedicate so much time to cover an ocean of possibilities.
"

So true I have thought of this topic multiple times as I train in boxing, I love it for its conditioning and competion but at the same time know its not practical against someone well versed in kicks and grappling. Also as you mentioned the time factor you would have too invest to be adapt in all situation's. So what would be a good foundation ? maybe Ji- jitsu and some proper Karate. I would say krav maga but I wouldn't wanna associate with any jews, and learning too direct chi with direct combative strikes would be cool.

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Postby HP Mageson666 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 2:29 pm

Its best to keep things down to a couple of strong technique's that work and train them. Its also good to train off your natural instinctive reactions. Don't waste time with blocks you can work off the flinch reaction to natural block anything thrown at you its also way faster. It also helps to recreate real situations as much as possible in training you want to feel the Adrenal dump that is where fine motor skills are gone.



If your into TMA then its different its an art form. But for practical normal world things you have to be practical. The more moves you know the more your brain has to go thought a file of moves to check one it slows down the response. Also things like don't punch about the neck and don't train to tie yourself up on someone else's clothes like in Judo and such. Don't waste your time with the JKD either its what they claimed to be getting away from. Its full of Bruce Lee worshippers who don't embrace the philosophy that is why they are stuck in the 1970's. They want to be in a Bruce Lee action movie.

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Postby ss666 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 3:32 pm

PerfectStorm666 wrote:
.The amount of time spend on preparing and maintaining what you learned to be prepared will be enormous. So unless your job requires skills like this, it is really impracticable for an average person to dedicate so much time to cover an ocean of possibilities.
"

So true I have thought of this topic multiple times as I train in boxing, I love it for its conditioning and competion but at the same time know its not practical against someone well versed in kicks and grappling. Also as you mentioned the time factor you would have too invest to be adapt in all situation's. So what would be a good foundation ? maybe Ji- jitsu and some proper Karate. I would say krav maga but I wouldn't wanna associate with any jews, and learning too direct chi with direct combative strikes would be cool.


We have so many martial arts that arrived from Asia or developed from Asian MA and specifically train you in unarmed combat, because in those countries the arms were banned.

I gets you a very false sense of protection to only train unarmed combat. You can go to a boxing and be confident that you win with your superior body and reactions. The same line of taught got this young professional boxer in my country killed by being stabbed with knifes.

https://www.cancan.ro/imaginile-care-it ... a-15021560

Knifes are extremely dangerous, and almost impossible to be disarmed even when training. They are used for stabbing not cutting. So the best knife defense would be to run away for your life if you have the chance and are able to run.

In the past European men constantly had at least a chainmail vest with them and a sword. Even the most insignificant weapon like a pointed screwdriver or armour can make a world of difference, both in attack and defense. For example if you had an armored vest you would only need to be concerned about guarding your head.

Jewliwood made also unreasonable impressions that you can somehow disarm 5 opponents in a row and beat them like they are some kind of house plants or what?

But one thing is for sure, never take a fight if you are in a losing position and you can avoid that fight! Many people are unprepared [which includes poor training] for a fight and take that fight later to regret it.
Those guys would actually take on a fight:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xDHmFqLDUg

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Postby LaconicLion » Wed Apr 18, 2018 10:57 pm

Hmm, looking for a recommendation. What's a good martial art to take up if you're looking for conditioning, fun and sport? Nothing with super brutal fights as I don't want any head trauma or brain dmg. Bonus points if there's a lot of spiritual benefits.
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Postby Egon » Thu Apr 19, 2018 11:09 am

Kukkiwon (Olympic) Taekwondo.

LaconicLion wrote:Hmm, looking for a recommendation. What's a good martial art to take up if you're looking for conditioning, fun and sport? Nothing with super brutal fights as I don't want any head trauma or brain dmg. Bonus points if there's a lot of spiritual benefits.

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Postby Nick Vabzircnila » Thu Apr 19, 2018 5:07 pm

LaconicLion wrote:Hmm, looking for a recommendation. What's a good martial art to take up if you're looking for conditioning, fun and sport? Nothing with super brutal fights as I don't want any head trauma or brain dmg. Bonus points if there's a lot of spiritual benefits.


For those three things, Judo. I did this as a kid and it was awesome. When you're not throwing someone, you're in the air! I remember this was like riding a rollercoaster.

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Postby SoulSnipes » Fri Apr 20, 2018 4:17 am

Egon wrote:The highest (9th Dan) poomsae/pattern in Taekwondo is in the shape of a swastika (Ilyeo):

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there's a similar form invloving the star of david in the video i just posted; these could be the counter of each other or just past encounters
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Postby hailourtruegod » Fri Apr 20, 2018 6:55 pm

Egon wrote:Kukkiwon (Olympic) Taekwondo.

LaconicLion wrote:Hmm, looking for a recommendation. What's a good martial art to take up if you're looking for conditioning, fun and sport? Nothing with super brutal fights as I don't want any head trauma or brain dmg. Bonus points if there's a lot of spiritual benefits.


Hey bro I've heard that Olympic taekwondo is actually all flashiness now. Like boxing. That they've taken out so many things now that's it's nowhere near to the original. Is this true? I haven't been able to see many taekwondo during the Olympics but I have seen boxing it's kind of a joke for the latter.
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Postby Egon » Sat Apr 21, 2018 4:12 pm

Yes, so since LaconicLion is looking for something more oriented to sports I'd recommend it. The main difference of the olympic style now and then is that it's more focused on scoring points instead of hitting powerfully and effectively - either way it's still great for physical advancement, and building your reflexes. There are however some gyms that treat kukkiwon more traditionaly and focus on power and self-deffense. ITF/Traditional Taewkwondo (non-olympic) focus on the art part and their tournaments are more similar to medium or full contact kickboxing.

hailourtruegod wrote:Hey bro I've heard that Olympic taekwondo is actually all flashiness now. Like boxing. That they've taken out so many things now that's it's nowhere near to the original. Is this true? I haven't been able to see many taekwondo during the Olympics but I have seen boxing it's kind of a joke for the latter.

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Postby StormSS » Sun Apr 22, 2018 6:05 pm

Stormblood wrote:What do you guys think about Wing Chun?


lool, I was about to answer the exactly same question here, just today I decided to introduce myself to the world of martial arts. And I found a course of Wing Chun in the nearby 8-)
Do you already practice Wing Chun?
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Postby Stormblood » Mon Apr 23, 2018 12:24 pm

StormSS wrote:
Stormblood wrote:What do you guys think about Wing Chun?


lool, I was about to answer the exactly same question here, just today I decided to introduce myself to the world of martial arts. And I found a course of Wing Chun in the nearby 8-)
Do you already practice Wing Chun?


No, I don't. I will try that in the future, together with Bagua Zhang which I also find very fascinating.
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Postby SoulSnipes » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:32 pm

Wing Chun is good if you can catch punches coming at a quick pace
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Postby hailourtruegod » Tue Apr 24, 2018 4:26 am

Wing chun is a joke. You will only win against someone who doesn't know how to fight.. like whatsoever if that.. It's based on just looking like you're in a movie because of how "cool" it looks. You're better off looking for something else.
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Postby StormSS » Tue Apr 24, 2018 3:35 pm

Stormblood wrote: ...


Alright!
Maybe I will take a look at Bagua Zhang on the web. :D

hailourtruegod wrote: You're better off looking for something else.


Uhm, ok, but what do you suggest?
I need to do more research regarding Taewkwondo, because what I understood in this topic is that it's mostly phisical, and I'am looking for something more spiritual based
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