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Old 12-12-2012, 06:56 PM   #46
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Never trained with gear unless we open hand sparred
Here is a sample:

Arnis

As you can see in the open hand part, anyone who is familiar with Kenpo it's very similar, probably why I excelled at it

yup i was bout to say it seems like kempo
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:01 PM   #47
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Does Kenpo incorporate a ground game? The one thing I don't like about Karate is that it has a lot of flash but very ineffective when taken to the ground, which is where a lot of fights tend to go if you're fighting someone with experience.

There is no ground aspect. I guess if you translate it to MMA the most famous Kenpo practitioner is Chuck Liddell. Hawaiin forms have ground strategy but very limited

I trained in Dumog which is a filipino form of Greco Roman.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:04 PM   #48
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My Filipino homie keeps a couple of those sticks next to his bed for protection, those things are seriously dangerous, you can instantly inflict the worst pain ever on someone that's trying to run up on you. Bone shattering.

Not gonna lie, I keep them in my trunk as well as a set in the front closet. I've used them before.
We've trained the police force on Batons using arnis sticks. They thought it was way more effective than the traditional police traing
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:13 PM   #49
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There is no ground aspect. I guess if you translate it to MMA the most famous Kenpo practitioner is Chuck Liddell. Hawaiin forms have ground strategy but very limited

I trained in Dumog which is a filipino form of Greco Roman.
This is the only competition I could find where its not little kids, it seems to have a hell of a ground game. The guy who put up the video spelled it as 'kempo' for some reason..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9372ncsVxoI

Dumog looks pretty sweet as well, never heard of that either. So you train a Filipino stick fighting art, and a Filipino grappling art, its almost as if you were Filipino :P
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:58 AM   #50
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That's pretty sick, who won? I'm assuming you're the lighter gentleman.

Yup, I'm the lighter guy. Surprisingly I lost that fight cuz my cardio sucked.
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:12 AM   #51
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Default Re: Anyone train combat sports?

I loved everything about martial arts since age of 7 somewhere (i guess to much old school Jackie Chan/Bruce Lee movies that inspired me lol), i have tried pretty many..

Age 7-8 = Shotokan Karate
Age 8-12= Wing Chun Kung Fu
Age 12-13 = Kyokushinkai Karate
Age 13-18 = Tae Kwon Do
Age 18-22 = Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
(and tried some others aswell inbetween but shortly, like Krav Maga, JKD, Kenpo, Judo etc.)

..and now for a couple of years i have been doing only Muay Thai, except for the sparing i have no will for real combat (prized fighting, competition) and never had that intention with my training, i have been taught very differently... its just for the pure love for martial arts and ofcourse mental/physical prosperity.

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Old 01-27-2013, 12:13 AM   #52
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I'm a jui jitsu black belt
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:16 AM   #53
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I did a few amateur boxing fights when I was younger, around 18, and a lot heavier than I was now. It was fun, but I'm over it now. Have a speed bag and a heavy one I hit around 2-3 times a week now. Good cardio, and great for your lats. Gives you a nice, wide back.
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:40 AM   #54
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I did judo for 6 years. Got brown belt.

Most judo clubs in the area I live in open evenings and I worked evenings. Eventually I got away from hopes I could train and lost interest in it and ultimately stopped.

I competed. I won some and lost even more. But it didn't stop me from loving it just as I love basketball.
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