There are alot of martial arts that alot of people don't know about. I was just wondering if anyone had some stuff we should check out.
Yeah, I've heard that Tang Soo Do (sp?) is a little bit more combat practical that tkd, but I don't think that highly of tkd.The Don said:Tang So do is not that obscure but is less know then Tae Kwon do which derived from it
Was he a transplant?The Don said:Tang soo Do is ALOT more practicle then I have a freind who has trained in it since he was like 5 or 6 and is a 2nd degree black belt , his instructor studided in Korea for many years I think grew up there as a child but was not korean
His instructor was actually polish, and I belive went over there as a young man during the war but stayed there afterwards, not sure why but was in his 50 or so when he returned not sure exactly why he stayed and the details but you can imagine how hard his trained was being a white man in Korea right after the warIronMan said:Was he a transplant?
I have studied Wing Chun for almost 5 years and did about 4 months of Southern Praying Mantis....2 systems design for pure combat...saint-george said:have any of you guys thought of training in the old school chinese ma's such as praying mantis, wing chun etc. i'm sure some of the short fist styles would compliment your mma training. and if you could find an instructor willing to teach you such things as iron fist technuiqe a few broken jaws would soon come round lol.