That camel spider picture lol
Wing Chun about 7 years, BJJ 2-3 years on and off (got my blue belt not too long ago), Judo just started about half a year.
Still a lot to learn :)
Rereading "Relentless" by Tim Grover, pretty good book
It just sucks when it can ruin your career. But still its a great kick.
lol. Reminds me of Kitana from mortal kombat
Wing chun, BJJ, and Judo :)
hmmm might be good to try option 1, just to see how effective that other meds is.
That scream lmao
Old thread, but nice guide :)
Good luck man. I love thailand, grew up there, all the foooooood.
Ground beef baby. Stir fry that with garlic and some string peas or something.
Steak is also great, i grill them and cut them into slices. With...
I'm simply saying it covers a sizable amount of close quarter combat and develops good techniques for attacking, blocking, and dealing with...
The dim mak :)
Our wing chun lineage hasn't even had rankings set up yet lol. Mostly they focused on teaching and actual skills, but would be useful.
Never seen a krav competition before, interesting.
Thanks guys! Nice to meet you all :)
Gun Fu? :D
Yeah, I agree that it certainly is set up to work from a certain range and strategy. Which is what you are supposed to implement and carry out in...
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