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TylerStanMan
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What martial arts have you trained in? What is your training routine?
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Crimson Mask from FL
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Boxing, wrestling, Judo, Karate and Muay Thai. Basically now I do cardio in the morning and some specific training in the afternoons, usually 5 days a week. Obviously not training for competition any more but just to keep everything working as well as possible.

So long from the Sunshine State!

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quote:
Originally posted by Crimson Mask from FL:
Boxing, wrestling, Judo, Karate and Muay Thai. Basically now I do cardio in the morning and some specific training in the afternoons, usually 5 days a week. Obviously not training for competition any more but just to keep everything working as well as possible.


No TKD?

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CM: Have you trained in the Orient or worked with the great martial artiste, Superstar Billy Graham?

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Crimson Mask from FL
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quote:
Originally posted by Shaving Weezie Jefferson:
quote:
Originally posted by Crimson Mask from FL:
Boxing, wrestling, Judo, Karate and Muay Thai. Basically now I do cardio in the morning and some specific training in the afternoons, usually 5 days a week. Obviously not training for competition any more but just to keep everything working as well as possible.


No TKD?
I dreemed of beening Tyke Juan Dough.

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quote:
Originally posted by PartsUnknown77 From ND:
CM: Have you trained in the Orient or worked with the great martial artiste, Superstar Billy Graham?

5th Street Gym a few times. 2 blocks from the ocean. That oriental enough?

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quote:
Originally posted by Crimson Mask from FL:
quote:
Originally posted by PartsUnknown77 From ND:
CM: Have you trained in the Orient or worked with the great martial artiste, Superstar Billy Graham?

5th Street Gym a few times. 2 blocks from the ocean. That oriental enough?
Fine by me! I'm sure Hiro Matsuda hung out in the area.........

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CM - How many years did you practice judo?...Just wondering since I took judo for about 10 yrs. I also visited Kodokan in Tokyo in 1972.....I also worked out with the wrestling team in high school.

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Crimson Mask from FL
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Couple three years as a kid.

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Hey, CM...

If there is an efferent arteriolar constriction, one would think that there would be an increase in the GFR of the Bowman's capsule. However, there is actually a decrease. Why did this happen?

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Out of all these: Boxing, wrestling, Judo, Karate and Muay Thai which one is the most physically exhausting?

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Which of the martial arts that you study is the most difficult to master?

I found boxing to be the hardest. Footwork, head movement, levels, balance, timing, speed, accuracy and combinations take a really long time for me to get the hang of. Great boxers are tough, skilled disciplined athletes.

That said, I'm not particularly good at any martial art. I have good flexibility which made kicking easier for me and that's the simple reason why I started.

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quote:
Originally posted by brawler2711:
Out of all these: Boxing, wrestling, Judo, Karate and Muay Thai which one is the most physically exhausting?

Wrestling.

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quote:
Originally posted by Hollywood Hoagie:
Which of the martial arts that you study is the most difficult to master?

I found boxing to be the hardest. Footwork, head movement, levels, balance, timing, speed, accuracy and combinations take a really long time for me to get the hang of. Great boxers are tough, skilled disciplined athletes.

That said, I'm not particularly good at any martial art. I have good flexibility which made kicking easier for me and that's the simple reason why I started.

I dunno. I tend to gravitate to striking but I started boxing so early that I can't tell if it was nature or nurture.

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Hey CM,

What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

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Hey CM - what's your stick grip preference?
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Crimson Mask from FL
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quote:
Originally posted by knightmare414:
Hey CM,

What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

Whaddaya mean? Oceanian or Antarctican swallow?

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quote:
Originally posted by CONAN:
Hey CM - what's your stick grip preference?

Traditional for straight ahead jazz and shuffles, matched for everything else.

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Okay, if you had to pick one martial arts to defend yourself in a one-on-one confrontation, which one would it be against a street fighter with no martial arts experience?

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quote:
Originally posted by daragaki:
CM - How many years did you practice judo?...Just wondering since I took judo for about 10 yrs. I also visited Kodokan in Tokyo in 1972.....I also worked out with the wrestling team in high school.

ALOHA FROM HAWAII

What was the Kodokan like? Pretty cool?
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quote:
Originally posted by KobashiChop:
quote:
Originally posted by daragaki:
CM - How many years did you practice judo?...Just wondering since I took judo for about 10 yrs. I also visited Kodokan in Tokyo in 1972.....I also worked out with the wrestling team in high school.

ALOHA FROM HAWAII

What was the Kodokan like? Pretty cool?
Wait daragaki - don't answer. I should have asked this:

Hey CM, what do you think daragaki will say the Kodokan was like?

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quote:
Originally posted by Blue Thunder:
Okay, if you had to pick one martial arts to defend yourself in a one-on-one confrontation, which one would it be against a street fighter with no martial arts experience?

I'd say boxing.
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quote:
Originally posted by KobashiChop:
quote:
Originally posted by Blue Thunder:
Okay, if you had to pick one martial arts to defend yourself in a one-on-one confrontation, which one would it be against a street fighter with no martial arts experience?

I'd say boxing.
I personally would go with wrestling. Most fights wind up with people tangled up. A wrestler would have no problem dumping the other person and keeping him down.

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quote:
Originally posted by KobashiChop:
quote:
Originally posted by KobashiChop:
quote:
Originally posted by daragaki:
CM - How many years did you practice judo?...Just wondering since I took judo for about 10 yrs. I also visited Kodokan in Tokyo in 1972.....I also worked out with the wrestling team in high school.

ALOHA FROM HAWAII

What was the Kodokan like? Pretty cool?
Wait daragaki - don't answer. I should have asked this:

Hey CM, what do you think daragaki will say the Kodokan was like?

Just got home and I will answer your question. [Smile]
I was disappointed and happy to visit Kodokan.
I was disappointed and happy at the same time because I was thinking expecting to see a "old" dojo but it was a modern dojo. Watched couple of
guys practicing from the balcony.

In the '60s, I was introduced to judo by Diane Ohama, who was the first female from Hawaii to earn her black belt from Kodokan.

Her daughter Brenda also was very good in judo, winning several tournaments in Hawaii.

Took judo at the Nuuanu Soto Mission, where Sakabe (Sensei) was red and white belt.Thanks to D. Ohama
for getting me involved with judo as I was a trouble maker before taking judo.

In high school (Farrington), learned even more from Stanley Tanouye (sensei). Couple nights a week I would practice with several other students.

Who knows what would happened to me if I didn't learn judo.

ALOHA FROM HAWAII

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quote:
Originally posted by Blue Thunder:
quote:
Originally posted by KobashiChop:
quote:
Originally posted by Blue Thunder:
Okay, if you had to pick one martial arts to defend yourself in a one-on-one confrontation, which one would it be against a street fighter with no martial arts experience?

I'd say boxing.
I personally would go with wrestling. Most fights wind up with people tangled up. A wrestler would have no problem dumping the other person and keeping him down.
Probably smartest but in the moment I'd tend to strike like I said,

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quote:
Originally posted by Crimson Mask from FL:
quote:
Originally posted by knightmare414:
Hey CM,

What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

Whaddaya mean? Oceanian or Antarctican swallow?
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I'm not CM but I did BJJ for a month and it was legit one of the most exhausting things I've ever done in my life. I did enjoy it but the price of a gym membership was outrageous. I'll stick to pro wrasslin.
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quote:
Originally posted by Crimson Mask from FL:
quote:
Originally posted by Hollywood Hoagie:
Which of the martial arts that you study is the most difficult to master?

I found boxing to be the hardest. Footwork, head movement, levels, balance, timing, speed, accuracy and combinations take a really long time for me to get the hang of. Great boxers are tough, skilled disciplined athletes.

That said, I'm not particularly good at any martial art. I have good flexibility which made kicking easier for me and that's the simple reason why I started.

I dunno. I tend to gravitate to striking but I started boxing so early that I can't tell if it was nature or nurture.
I agree. I did Shotokan, then a little TKD as a kid. Then got into a good system in college that taught traditional karate but added some boxing training, some real jujitsu (stand up variety mostly) and some judo throws, chokes, and pins. I left for awhile and came back years later. They had added some BJJ ground work, mostly police tactics by a member who was a cop that trained with I think Machado's via some specific police training sessions. Loved it all, but intend to fall back on striking from the Shotokan and boxing, first and foremost.

Bum knees would mean I'm ground chuck no matter what I try though.

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quote:
Originally posted by FantasyWrestlerDrew:
I'm not CM but I did BJJ for a month and it was legit one of the most exhausting things I've ever done in my life. I did enjoy it but the price of a gym membership was outrageous. I'll stick to pro wrasslin.

Agree ground work is the most taxing of them all.
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quote:
Originally posted by daragaki:
quote:
Originally posted by KobashiChop:
quote:
Originally posted by KobashiChop:
quote:
Originally posted by daragaki:
CM - How many years did you practice judo?...Just wondering since I took judo for about 10 yrs. I also visited Kodokan in Tokyo in 1972.....I also worked out with the wrestling team in high school.

ALOHA FROM HAWAII

What was the Kodokan like? Pretty cool?
Wait daragaki - don't answer. I should have asked this:

Hey CM, what do you think daragaki will say the Kodokan was like?

Just got home and I will answer your question. [Smile]
I was disappointed and happy to visit Kodokan.
I was disappointed and happy at the same time because I was thinking expecting to see a "old" dojo but it was a modern dojo. Watched couple of
guys practicing from the balcony.

In the '60s, I was introduced to judo by Diane Ohama, who was the first female from Hawaii to earn her black belt from Kodokan.

Her daughter Brenda also was very good in judo, winning several tournaments in Hawaii.

Took judo at the Nuuanu Soto Mission, where Sakabe (Sensei) was red and white belt.Thanks to D. Ohama
for getting me involved with judo as I was a trouble maker before taking judo.

In high school (Farrington), learned even more from Stanley Tanouye (sensei). Couple nights a week I would practice with several other students.

Who knows what would happened to me if I didn't learn judo.

ALOHA FROM HAWAII

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Martial arts do people a lot of good whether wrestling, boxing, BJJ, karate, whatever.

Cool on Kodokan. I had heard that. Modern.

My karate style integrated some judo throws. Loved them pre bum knees.

Not sure I would ever attempt an Ogoshi or Seoi Nage now. No spring in the knees left.

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I played basketball.--Yohe
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quote:
Originally posted by Blue Thunder:
quote:
Originally posted by KobashiChop:
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Originally posted by Blue Thunder:
Okay, if you had to pick one martial arts to defend yourself in a one-on-one confrontation, which one would it be against a street fighter with no martial arts experience?

I'd say boxing.
I personally would go with wrestling. Most fights wind up with people tangled up. A wrestler would have no problem dumping the other person and keeping him down.
I'd go with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Same reasoning as Blue Thunder said but why hold him down with wrestling and let the guy probably continue to struggle underneath you and possibly cause you harm ( biting, scratching, etc. ) when BJJ will let you finish it.
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