Martial arts anyone??
Posted 04 December 2003 - 09:55 AM
|QUOTE (okinawa @ Dec 4 2003, 08:56 AM)|
|M_M aka LOVE_UNITED aka MAYA_MILAN|
Okey dokey Okinawa
I geddit now .. It was quite a tenuous link though.
I let it out
Posted 04 December 2003 - 10:50 AM
|QUOTE (manchilds friend @ Dec 3 2003, 03:58 PM)|
have you seen the "next karate kid"?
This time it's a girl, hilary swank who went on the win the oscar for "boys don't cry"
This movie was so lame.
yeah!!! seen it...didn't enjoy it as much as the one with the guy!
huillary swank in boys don't cry is weird...very psychoanalysing...
Walk a mile in my shoes!
Posted 05 December 2003 - 12:24 AM
|Maun, U seem Jack of all ...... Is that?? Wat is that thing, u donno... my gosh!!!!! I wish i cud be ur student.|
Amaze not, oki bro. Do not under estimate yourself. I know few things that you don't know but there are so many things you know but I don't ... so, you see my point? Now smile
|QUOTE (manchilds friend)|
|WOW Maun ...I am impressed ... Remind me never to piss you off again. So can you take off someone's head with a Mawashi geri?? (only kidding)|
My favourite kicks are "flying kick and round house kick". Used to practice a lot. This is an art and we are not supposed to misuse it. Never on friends. That's what my Sensei said to me. So nothing to worry about. MF bro, you are very much welcome to take "Panga" with me. Believe me. I will never react to anything
|Yo, maun bro!!! You sound to be a great fighter.Well, study is necessary, but don't give up ur sport !!! We are hoping to see more medals hanging around ur neck.|
I was a good fighter, l_u bro. And lately, am fighting with studies, duties and responsibilities For sure, I will get back to it if time permits.
Posted 05 December 2003 - 12:39 AM
|QUOTE (Maun @ Dec 5 2003, 10:24 AM)|
SENSEI ----- u learnt Martial Arts from NIHONG JIN???
Posted 05 December 2003 - 01:22 AM
|SENSEI ----- u learnt Martial Arts from NIHONG JIN???|
No. Not exactly. Grand Master Kaicho Tadashi Nakamura's student Mr. Kanwar was my Sensei.
Posted 05 December 2003 - 09:40 AM
do you think that they are necessary? I personally enjoy them because it makes me feel like I'm part of the whole history of that particular style etc. plus it is also very tiring .. you gotta put so much effort and power into every move that I get breathless even after a relatively short kata.
but i don't they come in handy for actual kumute ... what do you think?
I let it out
Posted 06 December 2003 - 12:07 AM
MF bro, you reminded me of something that I loved and used to practice a lot. "Kata" is considered as the backbone of all Martial Arts. Just like you cannot think of a human being without a backbone, same way no Martial Arts exists without Kata. Its a must thing.
Yes, bro, you are right. People usually don't use kata combinations in kumute and fight in wild style. But an expert fighter always use kata combinations and always claims the victory. If you apply correct kata technique in kumute, nothing can ever beat you.
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