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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why on IST are you so obsessed with 'le epic most effective' style, so the frick what dude? Most of the board that actually lifts isn't doing it to explicitly be more competent in that respect. Used to be in MMA for hobby, didn't like it, community is mostly garbage in my experience. Not my goal to be the most effective combatant or whatever. More interested in the self improvement aspects of martial arts. Switched to shaolin kung fu, still pretty badass, lot healthier community, mentally speaking.
    >tl;dr: Different strokes for different folks.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You dont have to associate with the community, that's dumb. I dont train for the social aspect. I just like the fitness aspect and knowing how how to fight. kung fu is pretty useless if you actually want to learn self defense, but you do you man.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Any martial art that practices full contact sparring is good. Karate has a bad rep due to it being sportified into a light contact sport, but the moment it turns full contact it destroys homies (see: Kyokushin, Machida style Shotokan).

        >Kung fu is pretty useless if you actually want to learn self defense
        Unless it's Sanda, which regularly beats kickboxers and Nak Muay in K1. Bringing me back to my original point about full contact sparring.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          There are always exceptions but they are pretty few with martial arts. I agree that not everyone has the same goals and that kung fu and karate can be great martial arts, but the vast majority of examples show that they are inferior to those that focus on heavy sparring during training. Muay Thai is godlike in that you constantly spar in the pocket, clenching elbowing, kneeing etc.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Self defense = gun. Kung Fu will attract hot Chinese b***hes at the very least. You can stick with humping homosexual men on the floor while arguing on sub-100iq forums about who would win in a fight.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >kung fu will attract hot Chinese b***hes
          Yeah I can tell you've never set foot in a gym or "dojo" because women could care less for any martial arts training sperg (coming from a sperg who boxes and wrestled).

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/uwGv7kS.jpg

        Any martial art that practices full contact sparring is good. Karate has a bad rep due to it being sportified into a light contact sport, but the moment it turns full contact it destroys homies (see: Kyokushin, Machida style Shotokan).

        >Kung fu is pretty useless if you actually want to learn self defense
        Unless it's Sanda, which regularly beats kickboxers and Nak Muay in K1. Bringing me back to my original point about full contact sparring.

        You get what you put into it & the curriculum has sanda in it too, I have no worries about self-defense. Shaolin is a lot more than the flashy shows that get put on to draw in donations, and there is full contact sparring in shaolin, if you want, so theres that. Even still, you gotta be fit as frick with an insane pain tolerance to do the flashy shit some masters do. I guess I am more of one of those lifestyle guys. It incorpates my religion, has unarmed & weapon styles, lots of visiting instructors from lots of styles, we see a bit of everything, is pretty intense but only as much as I prefer on any given day. It's good for me, and yes cute asian girls do attend so, a plus.

        > Switched to shaolin kung fu
        And to think that this post actually made a shred of sense before this part. HAHAHAHA OH MY FRICKING GOD WHAT A moron
        SHAOLIN KUNG FU WITH LE BASED NON-TOXIC COMMUNITY HAHAHAHAHA

        You wanna pick fight with a shaolin monk, be my guest.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sperg

        tae kwon do is the most aesthetic and there's nothing you can do to convince me otherwise

        Kung fu is cool too

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I got into muay thai because it was effective, the other benefits will come from any serious martial art. I want to get into grappling next but BJJ is fricking gay so I might do some judo

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Bjj is significantly better for overall standing/ground game, judo doesnt cover ground enough

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >bjj
          >better standing game than judo
          anon

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            SW/nogi is good if you can mix it with a striking martial art like muay thai

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Yes but what kind of takedowns and throws are used in no gi? What fighting style do they come from. Come on you can't be this moronic.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Wrestling mostly

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Judo is significantly hamstrung by low stances in wrestling/bjj. It reduces access to sweep which reduces access to everything else as foot attack are frequently used to set up everything.

            At least where i train bjj we predominantly use wrestling for takedowns but are incorporating more judo for gi bjj
            t. Did judo now do bjj

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Yeah but if you do mma the stance is way more vertical do judo stance has way more carryover than wrestling.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              At least Judo has concrete criteria for belt advancement and a national body that that oversees it. Any bum can open a BJJ gym and gift themselves a black belt.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      > Switched to shaolin kung fu
      And to think that this post actually made a shred of sense before this part. HAHAHAHA OH MY FRICKING GOD WHAT A moron
      SHAOLIN KUNG FU WITH LE BASED NON-TOXIC COMMUNITY HAHAHAHAHA

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Kickboxing with BJJ for close-in.

    Pick a striking style and grappling style.
    From what I've seen, boxing is the most effective striking style because it usually has very focused and prescribed training. You're learning to throw punches and condition yourself to do it day one. No bowing to the sensei and a picture of a dead guy on the wall. No dancing with the air to prove your competence after six months of classes.
    Boxing gets results.
    BJJ is a mixed bag. Find a gym with a few wrestlers and open mat tones. Avoid large nationwide chain gyms. They follow the McDojo principle of making money and avoiding liability; you might not get to spar (roll) for months, so find out in advance.
    BJJ can be very effective for just getting used to fighting. Contact sparring allows doughy suburbanite to experience a pretend fight, and learn how exhausting it is to fight for just a few minutes.
    In my experience, catch wrestling techniques and training are more effective than BJJ, but much less common. Best bet to find good wrestlers is to already be one from high school and college, or meet them at a BJJ gym.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Finding BJJ gyms is definitely easier than wrestling gyms, totally agree there. With wrestling your pretty much have to join an MMA gym and hope the coaches have trained it and can factor it in training or you're SOL.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I picked up BJJ last year. I love it and it has actually saved my ass at work, but having wrestled middle school through college I keep finding myself incredibly disappointed at the complete lack of any sense of intensity from most of the people at the gym when it comes to drilling or sparring. The only other people who are taking it seriously are other former wrestlers or the cops who use it for work.

      The other disappointing aspect is the lack of takedown defense. I've won a far too many matches at tournaments because a lot of people don't know what to do if you actually defend their single leg attempt instead letting them have it and go to guard. Sprawling is the natural enemy of the casual BJJ practitioner.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    time for everyone to larp like they arent fragile, anxious nerds who wouldn't look for every possible avenue to avoid being in a physical confrontation. i hope one of you morons actually deludes yourself into thinking you can fight some day so that you can get choked out & get your arms broken.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Every single fricking time I go to BJJ, if I so much as move my foot in the wrong direction I have to stand there as my sparring partner proceeds to go off and lecture me for like two minutes about the fundamentals of leverage and why we're doing the motions in the way we're doing it.
    >You're doing it wrong and suck
    No, like if I'm supposed to hook my foot in from the outside and accidently try doing it inside ONE TIME they will stop what I'm doing and prevent me from just trying it again so the can stand there and preach at me. This is regular fellow white belts, not the instructor. Is this common in grappling arts for people to just keep talking? Boxing isn't like this at all, they normally respect my intelligence a lot more there.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      BJJ is generally full of annoying nerds so no that makes alot of sense. If there was more striking involved they wouldn't talk so much. It's a good sport but the community is so fricking snob nosed for some reason. I remember training at a gym for about 6 months while I took a break from boxing, 2 former university comp wrestlers joined around the same time and watching them absolutely manhandling the blue and purple belts and watching them seething was absolutely gold. Boxing is very stoic and "brotherly" I find because we are all stupid cavemen who know talking shit could result in getting a nasty kidney punch or a bloody nose. You gotta back your shit up alot more.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I really like it so far. Seems like the perfect grappling art for me at my size, I want to stay in the light heavyweight range for boxing and maybe MMA later. Seems to take the best parts of judo while going further with it and doesn't require big size like wrestling does. I just can't stand always sparring with these guys who want to play instructor with me. I think I just need to learn more about it outside of class so they never have a chance to correct me. Seems like boxing and wrestling are the chill combat sports and BJJ/Muai Thai are where the tryhard nerds hang out...

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          BJJ is amazing for ground game for sure. If you can mix in strength carryover from lifting I found that helps alot, let's you muscle your way out of tough areas with less experienced partners, although entirely useless against brown/black belts. Would definitely recommend transferring over to MMA every so often. Gets you really used to switching between tactics and utilizing your full skillset, plus the conditioning is phenomenal with a good coach. Just fricking hard to find good ones who arent like Steven seagal

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >If you can mix in strength carryover from lifting I found that helps alot
            Oh it does. My boxing training is mostly conditioning and the strength building from that definitely helps you break people's holds. I think combining the two is a good idea. I might try MMA once I get to blue belt. Don't really know what a full MMA style instructor would do over my boxing coach other than maybe teach me Muay Thai but I'm sure I can pick up what I need from that in a couple of months by dropping boxing for a bit if I decide to take MMA seriously.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              #1 thing from muay thai for MMA: calf kick
              #2 thing: elbows

              training a really good kick takes most people years. Maybe 6 months if you practice a lot and have talent.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                no teep?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                In MMA, against a good wrestler, (esp one of those sambo guys) teeps will get you in trouble

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Correct. I found one of the best ways to integrate strength training gains into grappling is to find a hold where you can basically engage your core and deadlift them into submission.
            For me, that hold is a straight ankle lock that I've drilled over and over. I can find it from most positions where a BJJ player is attempting to guard with their legs. If I'm lucky and pay attention to technique, I can even get purple, brown, and black belts with it. It can be difficult to pull off a leg submission without injuring your partner. Don't do leg stuff to beginners.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      BJJ is generally full of annoying nerds so no that makes alot of sense. If there was more striking involved they wouldn't talk so much. It's a good sport but the community is so fricking snob nosed for some reason. I remember training at a gym for about 6 months while I took a break from boxing, 2 former university comp wrestlers joined around the same time and watching them absolutely manhandling the blue and purple belts and watching them seething was absolutely gold. Boxing is very stoic and "brotherly" I find because we are all stupid cavemen who know talking shit could result in getting a nasty kidney punch or a bloody nose. You gotta back your shit up alot more.

      We don't have anybody like this at any of the BJJ gyms I've gone too. Rolling tends to humble everyone in regards to all the 1000IQ nerd shit in drilling. Every gym is different and every gym culture is different though so who knows. I think our gym has some pretty neat influences because we have a lot of wrestlers and a wrestling specific training day every week, MMA guys also come to our gym from their gyms to work their ground game and heel hooks and stuff.

      I'd almost consider it like football. If you're on a team where everybody sucks, then some shithead who is obsessed with the technical nuances of route running might feel the need to be up everybody's ass about it. A good team with good culture won't have that problem, people like that wouldn't survive in that environment long without leaving or adapting.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Never had that ever and I FRICKING WISH people would give me more hints cause I keep getting into the same subs

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Never had that ever and I FRICKING WISH people would give me more hints cause I keep getting into the same subs

      that's just unsolicited white belt advice
      either get better training partners or tell them you don't want to hear it, let's just keep sparring
      of course you do BJJ so direct confrontation isn't exactly your forte, so you may as well succumb and suffer in silence the next time this happens and come b***h on IST afterwards

      if i catch very new people in the same position or sub multiple times in a row and i can tell that they're actively thinking about what to do but not sure how to do it, i take a moment to drop them a hint since it's likely the roll wasn't progressing anyway, but besides that i wont walk them through the technique unless they specifically request it

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Add in multi-gun shooting sports with an endurance aspect.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    just box

    humans have yet to formulate a style that's actually effective when taking into account both punching and kicking

    it's why grappling dominates MMA so much, because everyone is dogshit at striking

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >humans have yet to formulate a style that's actually effective when taking into account both punching and kicking
      Black person what? How many more head kick knockouts setup with a straight do you need to see? I even see little league pros landing it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Stupidest shit I’ve read

      Where can I learn wrestling as a 30 year old man? Gyms only seem to train children.

      What country are you in?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What country are you in?
        Burger

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I get what you mean

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >”do martial arts and be a MAN. I’m a warrior!!”

    You homosexuals still live in mortal terror of being confronted by your woman boss or the women who work in HR. Just have a nice day you fricking larpers

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      actually I'm a NEET so that doesn't apply

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You homosexuals still live in mortal terror of being confronted by your woman boss
      Haha yeah imagine that haga imagine being absolutely terrified of your woman boss and using martial arts to cope haha imagine figuring out that your boss goes to the same boxing gym haha imagine learning that she's actually really chill outside of work hours and mostly uses boxing to vent the stress of middle management haha imagine actually getting along with her but still needing to maintain professional distance at work haha that would be so emasculating haha I hope that never happens haha

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Judo is arguably a more practical, if limited, version of jiu jitsu that expands on takedowns and shouldn't be forgotten

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >All these Judo gays
    >Yeah bro just stand right here with our hips touching and try to grab my wrist
    And here I thought BJJ was moron bait

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Where can I learn wrestling as a 30 year old man? Gyms only seem to train children.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly bjj gyms in America sound fricking gay as frick with all those bjj snobs and weirdos. People like that are never good anyway, good people don't feel the need to act like that, they're normally chill af

    I train at an mma gym here in UK and everyone is based af and nobody takes themselves too seriously

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    tae kwon do is the most aesthetic and there's nothing you can do to convince me otherwise

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what's the difference between olympic-style wrestling and grappling martial arts like BJJ? if i was a boxer with no grappling experience, would you recommend wrestling or BJJ or something else?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Wrestling is about taking your opponent to the ground and pinning them, BJJ is about rolling around trying to smell your opponent's balls.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You tried to phrase it like wrestling was the cool one but both sounded super gay

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          If you thought wrestling was supposed to be cool you are big gay

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Have never seen BJJ homies do this

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Have never seen BJJ homies do this
          DONT DO THAT BRO

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yes, just as often as greco. What is your point? Also, Eddie Bravo invented the rubber guard whils trying to suck his own dick
          >prove me wrong
          >protip
          >u cant.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I’d recommend wrestling because it helps you prevent being taken down and allows you to stay striking. BJJ is all about what happens when you’re on the ground, finding chokes and other submissions. A good wrestling gym is hard to find though, like others have said your best bet is an mma gym with wrestling coaches.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Most modern BJJ gyms are going to have a substantial focus on takedowns these days. The nogi game has evolved to the point where people can't get away with pulling guard every match to a world title like they used too. The advantage you would have with an Olympic wrestling gym is that everybody is there to compete, which you don't always get in BJJ, so people are going to be training their asses off. You can find BJJ gyms like that, but you have to look around and do a bit of vetting. Overall I think submission grappling is just much more fun and dynamic sport than wrestling with so many paths to victory, so I stick with BJJ. Both are neat though.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >if i was a boxer with no grappling experience, would you recommend wrestling or BJJ or something else?
      If you have absolutely no experience, then you should just to whatever is closest to you that you can consistently go to. The fundamental concepts for grappling are going to be the same and you have to understand them before you can get into the actually differences between them.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Mainly wrestling aims to pin whereas bjj aims to submit

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Wrestling for sure if you can find it. Being able to control position wins fights. Slap on some basic BJJ submissions and you're golden.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Wrestling is more about dominant positioning, BJJ about subbing someone.

      Kinda moot point anyways as you aren't going to be able train wrestling outside of highschool. The only choice in most areas is BJJ or MMA gyms

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        High school wrestling really is both a blessing and a curse, huh? I have two wrestling gyms in my city (town my mutt standards) that anyone can sign up to regardless of age, though on the flipside nowhere near as many people train it. It really is just like another martial art here.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          That's very lucky, in the US you basically aren't able to train it outside student athletics.

          Now I have seen wrestling guys do classes or seminars at BJJ/MMA gyms. But that's never going to compare to doing it for years in highschool. And the intensity is totally different.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wrestling + Muay thai + Kickboxing + Boxing + BJJ

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you want good wrestling training most university clubs let randoms in if you're respectful and engage. Don't have to be attending the university.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Gun

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >this thread over and over again
    realistically any life gains for getting involved with this crap are wildly offset by having to spend time with the kind of people involved in it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >NOOO YOU CANT POST FITNESS RELATED CONTENT
      >THIS BANGLEDESHI KITE TESTING FORUM IS MEANT FOR POSTING NAKED PICTURES OF WOMEN AND troony HATE THREADS!!!!
      Actually frick off and have a nice day, but thanks for the bump you corpulate frick

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I don't think you replied to who you meant to.

        Daily reminder that if you want effectiveness you do MMA, everything else is a cope.
        Other combat sports are just fun hobbies.

        Mm yeah, get that real good 1v1 shit that teaches you a bunch of sport habits, give up distance, take it to the ground, give up your back, etc.. Dude, those are sports, there are people there to protect you & enforce rules. There is no stoppage in the real, and fighting as if there will be is a really good way to die. For every 1 MMA hero you hear about, there are a thousand dipshits that died thinking like you.

        At least Judo has concrete criteria for belt advancement and a national body that that oversees it. Any bum can open a BJJ gym and gift themselves a black belt.

        This is true of most styles that do the belt thing though, unless you're talking about an official certificate from orgs.

        https://i.imgur.com/zAoSbxb.jpg

        combat sports arent real, i could kill the strongest man that currently inhabits this planet with a little piece of metal

        As cringey as this statement is, it's not wrong. Combat sports are great entertainment but this presents a real problem & the entire BJJ/MMA community just devolves in the face of it. They're always like "well at that point just run" or whatever. I hate how MMA/BJJ tards pretend like the world wasnt a medieval sword swing, axe chucking, arrow flying mad house for like... A few thousand years. Fricking acting like history doesnt exist.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is jeet kune do a meme ?

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sambo

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Daily reminder that if you want effectiveness you do MMA, everything else is a cope.
    Other combat sports are just fun hobbies.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Shoot wrestling if you live in Japan

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm so bloody jealous there's no shootu or catch in my country. BJJ ruined everything.

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    combat sports arent real, i could kill the strongest man that currently inhabits this planet with a little piece of metal

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      imagine how quickly the strongest man on the planet would kill you using the same piece of metal

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        sure, but he doesnt carry one around because he trusts his judo, so hes dead.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          he does lol

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            sure he might, but his is in his fanny pack because giant dudes always have some goofy shit like that on, mine is in my front right pocket

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              I just shot you in the face and am drilling mount s-mount armbar with your corpse

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                why are you wasting your time training when you have a gun dummy

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                to embarass you

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                doesnt matter anyway because i had a gun too and a quicker draw. your head exploded like a cadbury cream egg and i took a selfie with your corpse. they used it as evidence in the hearing and im getting 26 to life. also i plugged my ears during your families rants.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                The 12lbs of c4 strapped to my chest connected to a 'mewing dead mans switch' says hello

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                kek alr u win

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                https://i.imgur.com/JrSgqK0.png

                The 12lbs of c4 strapped to my chest connected to a 'mewing dead mans switch' says hello

                [...]
                The genuine answer btw is that somewhat similar to lifting (though lifting is obviously excellent for general health and longevity), it only takes one or a handful of events to completely blow your time investment out of the water. When you get even a single opportunity to assert yourself in a situation where its justified, dealing with an uppity indian swiftly, your reputation will proceed you. Being able to enact *measured* violence leaves an incredible impression on people. In general gaining combat competence has greatly boosted my confidence (along with physique notable to normies) and allows me to not take shit from any stinky rude brown.
                I've only used ""violence"" once when friends and I were being accosted in college, some guy we had beef with intruded on our conversation, we expressed this was private and we wanted him to leave. He said "or else?", we told him its time to leave, he replied "I dont think so" and I immediately threw him. He just got up mumbling "what the frick homosexual" or something along those lines.
                you can think its gay larp but people remember this stuff. 2 years of training at the time which I enjoyed anyway but that memory is imprinted on my friends forever. avg normalgay has 0 strength and even less combat instinct so it takes very little training to become massively more competent than 99%.
                If you really hate training or the martial arts culture it might not be worth it to you but the benefits are not limited to "did it save your life or not."
                [...]
                also I drill once a month and shot you faster fuick you

                the reddit post is me too. I made you laugh so you are now obligated to reply in good faith.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                fug u

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous
              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                why are you wasting your time training when you have a gun dummy

                The genuine answer btw is that somewhat similar to lifting (though lifting is obviously excellent for general health and longevity), it only takes one or a handful of events to completely blow your time investment out of the water. When you get even a single opportunity to assert yourself in a situation where its justified, dealing with an uppity indian swiftly, your reputation will proceed you. Being able to enact *measured* violence leaves an incredible impression on people. In general gaining combat competence has greatly boosted my confidence (along with physique notable to normies) and allows me to not take shit from any stinky rude brown.
                I've only used ""violence"" once when friends and I were being accosted in college, some guy we had beef with intruded on our conversation, we expressed this was private and we wanted him to leave. He said "or else?", we told him its time to leave, he replied "I dont think so" and I immediately threw him. He just got up mumbling "what the frick homosexual" or something along those lines.
                you can think its gay larp but people remember this stuff. 2 years of training at the time which I enjoyed anyway but that memory is imprinted on my friends forever. avg normalgay has 0 strength and even less combat instinct so it takes very little training to become massively more competent than 99%.
                If you really hate training or the martial arts culture it might not be worth it to you but the benefits are not limited to "did it save your life or not."

                doesnt matter anyway because i had a gun too and a quicker draw. your head exploded like a cadbury cream egg and i took a selfie with your corpse. they used it as evidence in the hearing and im getting 26 to life. also i plugged my ears during your families rants.

                also I drill once a month and shot you faster fuick you

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                but yeah i get the confidence part for sure, but i feel like that same ego is what gets so many young guys killed or paralyzed over nothing too cus youll be more comfortable engaging in conflict

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                not having a Black person's brain is step 1 but HARD shoulder checking an indian who knowingly parks his shopping cart diagonally blocking the entire isle as he sees you walking towards them feels fricking awesome. I wouldve never done anything like that when I was small and untrained. Its time to get people in line and knowing how to fight without going full spergmode with a gun is a massive help

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                idk man theres always crazies out there, same reason why i dont engage in road rage, im sure at least 3% of the people on the road are willing to frick up their car/life to run you off the road

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                difference is people in cars can easily kill you in a split decision that barely feels real, tubby browns cannot and at minimum it requires massive massive spazzing out or propensity for violence. In 95% of cases a kurt "excuse me." has them literally shuffling their feet out of your way. Getting into full fist brawls is of course never advisable which is why I emphasize 'measured' violence, but when you are capable in a real fight, shoving some rude bixnood out the way isnt such a big deal. It's about reminding them who is in charge and who wields the sword.
                My bottom line is its high time any given White man is capable and willing of taking care of problems such as this webm. Our overly tolerant nature has been taken advantage of and the lower races wildly misjudge this for weakness.
                That said things like the college instance or shoving a stinkbug in the supermarket are 'once in many months'-occurrances and fighting people in public is almost always a Black personish endeavour.

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >The best and most effective martial arts across the board.
    Nah. Get beaten regularly in street fights. Only dorks claim sports work for self defense.

    Want me to post the screencaps again? Thought so. Just accept it.

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >most effective martial arts

    most effective in what? if its most effective in getting shot or stabbed they are all pretty effective at that

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Best for sucking someone's dick against their will?

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >kickboxing doesn't work
    How hard do you even punch and kick?

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    JJK lost
    Chainsaw man won

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