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Which Martial Arts do you do?

Just wondering how many people do what kind of martial art, and what you think of it. I personally do Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai, but may take up judo. What do you do?


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I have trained TKD for 4 years. This summer I'm not doing it because I wanted to train JJ-type grappling and point spar and not have to be bothered with the belt rank system.

I highly recommend judo. They teach it at the dojo I'm currently training at, but I don't have time for both.


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Shoulin Kenpo Karate... good mix of standup, throw, take downs, TDD, submissions & ground work, but mostly stand up.

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Wrestling, USA/Urban Goju, love the defensive tactics and strong strikes, it does not really have a great ground game but with my wrestling and bjj training I'm gettin I can supplement that.

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had a bit of muay thai, but preffered tkd striking since im much more accustomed to it.

everyone hates on tkd, but mixed with boxing and taking out all the flashy kicks its pretty hardcore. the majority of muay thai guys almost never see a side kick coming it seems like, so i've gotten A LOT of strong hits off on that, the turning side is pretty devastating aswell.

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Muay Thai, BJJ and a little Greco Roman Wrestling.

then a good 5 year background in Kempo.
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then a good 5 year background in Kempo.
Would you reccomend it?


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Judo for 11 years growing up until age 16, 2 years of nothing, then bjj in a nearby town up until this very day, boxing at local boxing school, and I practice tons of videotaught muay thai, and I wish there was a decent place to be taught more around here. Most of the stuff i've learned has been from watching videos dozens of times, not counting bjj.
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Boxing and Muay Thai, Judo and Wrestling, and BJJ

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bjj, kickboxing, and goju ryu karate is what i train in
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