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Martial Arts Topics / Re: Other Weapons
« on: July 20, 2011, 02:28:01 PM »
id like to see how a really good professional uses a whip

Martial Arts Topics / Re: DBMA School Program
« on: July 20, 2011, 02:25:45 PM »
good job and cograts

Martial Arts Topics / Re: RIP Ted Wong
« on: December 04, 2010, 11:53:40 AM »

Martial Arts Topics / Re: Corrections and Prison
« on: December 04, 2010, 11:51:46 AM »
Maybe im wrong but i think that people who are guilty for sure and are not rehibilitated of serious crime like rape, murder, and child molestation should have more serious penalties like the death penalties not life in prison its a waiste of money im not saying we just kill them after like 10 days im saying that maybe they should have a predetermined time to see if they have the possibility of rehibilation and then more time to finally rehibilitate, If they are rehibiliated and are let free and then are convicted again of a serious crime AGAIN they should be killed for sure FAST.

Martial Arts Topics / Re: The Older Warrior
« on: December 03, 2010, 06:19:30 AM »
When it comes to FMA age doesnt seem to be that big a factor in the way people fight i dont know why it just doesnt.  Perhaps its the way the art is used or the way its trained. But alot of these older gentlemen in there 50's 60's and 70's and even 80's are still people youd never wanna fight with especially armed with the weapons of the phillipines or empty hands going for his weak points.

Martial Arts Topics / Re: Guro Dan Inosanto
« on: December 01, 2010, 10:11:43 PM »
Hope nobody is upset that I posted In this but I just really like Guru Dan Inosanto. As a kid i HAD TO take a karate class it was basically rough kata's and i didnt like it one bit. I didnt like martial arts because in my mind it was all just kata's it wasnt untill i saw Ron Balicki demonstrating a arm wrentch on his Filipino Boxing Series that i was really hooked. I even wanted to train with him he has schools around the USA and one in florida now back then when i was ignorent of FMA and stuff i thought Kali was like most guys who are new to martial arts i thought it was just that art with the sticks (please nobody kill me) or that art with the knives and the swords but then i found out no Kali, escrima, arnis has alot of arts it has kicking arts, grappling arts, boxing arts, etc etc. then I found out about Ron Balickis Guru who not only was his Guru but was who had trained under the legend Bruce Lee. As i kept looking into the background of Dan Inosanto you just keep finding MORE AND MORE AND MORE stuff out

Dan Inosanto has a high list of accomplishments in his life his teachers and credentails include

1. A 3rd level instructor ship under the founder of Jeet Kune Do Bruce Lee
2. He's an expert in Filipino Martial arts under many of the best grandmasters in the world including Grand master Leo Gaje
3. He's an expert in silat studing under the entire De Thours family
4. A teacher of Savate
5. Teacher of Shooto under Yuri Nakamura
6. Muay Thai under Ajarn Surachai Chai Sirisute
7. Black Belt under Edmund Parker founder of American Kenpo
8. Most recently he's also gotten a black belt under the Machados in Brazilian Jiujitsu
7 Not only has he trained under the above arts but he's also studied many other arts including Tai Chi, but also Small Circle Jiujitsu under Wally Jay, as has also studied Bando and Krabi Krabong

Then there's his list of students which is also a who's who of amazing instructors in the world of martial arts people seek these instructors out when they want the very best trainers.

Guru Marc Crafty Dog Denny the Guiding force of the Dog Brothers
Erik Paulson from CSW
Rick Faye Minisota Kali Group
Ron Balicki
Paul Vunak

Martial Arts Topics / Re: Prayer and Daily Expression of Gratitude
« on: December 01, 2010, 09:49:02 PM »
Greatful for being alive today

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