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151  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Thai movie: ONG BAK on: September 23, 2003, 07:52:01 PM
I love this movie. I hope it gets distributed on the big screen here in the US.
152  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / 1 stick vs. 2 sticks on: September 09, 2003, 10:47:32 AM
Woof All:

Due to technical problems, I'm bringing the original post which started this thread here and deleting the original.

hey what do you think's better for someone starting out with the sticks, single or double? i'm trying to learn double but i'm thinking of going over to just one, i'm basically putting all my power into the right hand anyways, out of habit. is it better to learn the fundamentals on one, then branch out to two when you can use the single with either hand? while i'm on the subject, can someone with one stick go up against someone else, same skill level, with two?


I think it's better to learn double first as learning just one may lead to bad habits, such as a non-active/limp, complimentary hand. Plus, being able to fight with either hand is necessary in competition, street, etc.
When I started I often wanted to work my strong side because my other side was terribly weak. Although this stroked my ego, I didn't imrpove my left side at all. If you are going to work just one stick, start with your off-hand, and work on improving it. Make your bad side good and your good side better.

A person with one stick can do fine against a person with two.

C-Pornstar Dog
153  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / UK grappling clubs on: June 18, 2003, 10:42:52 PM
There is a UK grappling
click on the club directory..
dog brian
154  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Intensity of Muay Thai Training on: June 13, 2003, 09:00:49 PM
I think Greg Brown could probably comment better on this since he has actually trained over there. From my understanding,  the fighters are interested in a certain amount of longevity, and therefore do not train balls out all of the time. They spend time working on timing and accuracy, and not neccessarily trying not to play the power game while sparring. Since they are professional fighters, it is no use for them to risk injury while training.
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