>He doesn't train at least one martial art. NGMI

>He doesn't train at least one martial art

NGMI

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    is bag boxing good to do on rest days?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Absolutely! Make sure you're moving around and not just standing still, you will get to know your body so much better doing it

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what is the best martial art to learn if I only care about self-defense?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Concealed carry

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Catch wrestling and Muay Thai

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Running and rhetoric. It’s so easy to avoid confrontations by diffusing through dialogue. And if you want to avoid having to go to court and possible criminal charges, best to just run away. Other than that, they are all good but any striking is best as you’ll be at a distance.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >It’s so easy to avoid confrontations by diffusing through dialogue.
        You have never lived near blacks.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          bro you retarded. You can’t beat morons in verbal skill? God damn you are a retard, a racist that has never seen a moron or both

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            They dont listen to your arguments retard. They will pretend to listen and then sucker punch you and jump you.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sleeping 3 hours less each night

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      HWD [huge white dick]

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Loving this new meme

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Martial Arts do nothing for self defense. They are strictly for entertaining cardio.

      You really want to defend yourself, carry some good quality pepper spray or be prepared with the concept of force multipliers. Someone gets aggressive with you, you pick up absolutely anything you can get your hands on to hit them with.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Martial Arts do nothing for self defense
        As a lifelong martial artist I want to disagree so bad, but you're kinda right. Hitting pads or bags and learning kata do nothing to prepare you for real life violence. That being said:

        what is the best martial art to learn if I only care about self-defense?

        Boxing and grappling, maybe BJJ but keep it off the ground. In a self-defense situation kicking leaves you vulnerable to being grabbed and losing your balance, and rolling around on the ground trying to get an armbar leaves you vulnerable to getting kicked in the back of the head by your opponent's buddies.
        In a defense situation you need to stay on your feet, control the distance between you and your opponent, and finish the fight as quickly as possible. Chokes and submission moves are valuable to know if the opportunity presents itself and your goal is to break something, but ultimately your ability to win in combat is dependent on the speed and ferocity of your offense and your ability to create advantageous situations like using leverage, the environment, or a weapon. They don't exactly train you for those things, they have to be beat into you.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          BJJ’s single most important thing for the streets would be being able to deal with being sucker punched and mounted or tackled from behind - shrimping out or escaping, technical stand up, back to your feet. This is invaluable, and pretty much mandatory to learn for self defense. Otherwise, I completely agree with you wanting to stay on your feet in defense - striking to keep your distance, running away, maybe a hip toss (tai otoshi) or a wrestling slide by if he rushes in/collars ties you and runs into you hard. Slam him on the ground and disengage

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The worst situation you can find yourself in in a street fight is with your back on the ground and a guy sitting on top of you punching down at your face. This leaves you with no chance of escape or ability to fight back unless you know how to wrestle.
      So wrestling it is. You can do all the boxing and muay thai you want but when some random bum tackles you out of nowhere your martial arts are instantly nullified.
      Wrestling > striking

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      why are you relating a combat sports pic to a martial arts phrase?
      also i just got my green belt in northern praying mantis.

      depends on your frame and the instructor. theres no universal best.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Void why are you in a german train?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          9€ Ticket, Brudi

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Muay thai especially the banned techniques.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Boxing, Wrestling, BJJ, and Muay Thai are all good martial arts if you are just trying to become dangerous as fast as possible.

      And I agree with

      >Martial Arts do nothing for self defense
      As a lifelong martial artist I want to disagree so bad, but you're kinda right. Hitting pads or bags and learning kata do nothing to prepare you for real life violence. That being said:
      [...]
      Boxing and grappling, maybe BJJ but keep it off the ground. In a self-defense situation kicking leaves you vulnerable to being grabbed and losing your balance, and rolling around on the ground trying to get an armbar leaves you vulnerable to getting kicked in the back of the head by your opponent's buddies.
      In a defense situation you need to stay on your feet, control the distance between you and your opponent, and finish the fight as quickly as possible. Chokes and submission moves are valuable to know if the opportunity presents itself and your goal is to break something, but ultimately your ability to win in combat is dependent on the speed and ferocity of your offense and your ability to create advantageous situations like using leverage, the environment, or a weapon. They don't exactly train you for those things, they have to be beat into you.

      , when he says you cant just do bag work or kata. You have to actually fight resisting opponents to get better at "real" self defense situations.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Judo is pretty good. Learning to stay stable, how to move, and how to take a fall. Learning take down techniques that don't require a gi.

      If you're dealing with an instigator who is very drunk, you can be subtle and make it look like they just tripped rather than throwing punches and getting kicked out of the bar yourself.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        With a gi is great too. Unless you live somewhere where people never wear more than a t shirt.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'd go with mainly boxing for a street fight. No gi jiu jitsu with a more MMA/wrestling mindset. Just enough to understand preventing getting taken down, technical standups, quickly getting back to your feet, preventing and escaping the mount position (a dominant position that comes naturally to untrained people), and applying standing submissions. I'd say wrestling instead of jiu jitsu but usually that isn't available to adults.

      I don't think it's smart to ground fight in a street fight. First if you're winning, their friend can just soccer kick you from behind. Second, even if the onlookers are neutral you could be winning or have a submission locked in and they'll tend to step in to stand you two back up. I guess to normies putting someone to sleep with a rnc is much more dangerous than an overhand snapping someone's head and letting them slam their unconscious head down onto the hard ground.

      After awhile of learning that stuff you'll realize unarmed street fighting is completely retarded and not something you just whip out at a bar brawl. It's something if a crack head is trying to straight up murder you and you find yourself unarmed (praying he's unarmed too) fighting for your life.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Gun-fu. If we’re talking purely self defense no combat sport or martial art will be “great”. If you want something that will get you fit, confident, and well-adapted to operating under stress - combination of boxing or Muay Thai and BJJ (I’d add wrestling but it’s hard to get into if an adult - if you’re underage firstly get off this board secondly join your high school wrestling team asap). Gives you standup game, and grappling. All these sports emphasize positional drills and live sparring which is the single most important factor for practicality.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Running and boxing.
      BUT !
      If he grabs you and put you to the ground. You need to know BJJ and Grappling

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      depends on what confrontations you see yourself in

      assuming you are unarmed:

      MMA: Best allrounder, will make you able to win every 1v1 fight against someone with lesser combat experience who is not vastly outside your weight class, gives you decent grappling and especially countergrappling and also good enough striking and kicking that you might stand a chance if outnumbered

      Muay Thay: Somewhat similar to MMA, but with way more emphasis on striking and aggression, way less grappling. If you are outnumbered your only chance is to disable some enemies very fast so they can't capitalise on their advantage, and Muay Thai is built for that, so it is the best martial art if outnumbered. Still has some minor countergrappling through the clinch.

      Kickboxing: Same as Muay Thai minus the clinch, thus inferior but easier to learn. Also no elbows.

      Boxing: Same as Kickboxing minus the kicks. This and kickboxing are still a good option if MMA and Muay Thai are not regionally available tho.

      Judo: The meme option. Instead of fighting someone yeet him on the ground, into another enemy or just in the opposite direction of where you want to run. It is actually a real effective combat sports and works, and has the advantage that it is sparred without striking, so no brain damage.

      Brazillian Jiu Jutsu: Also sparred without striking, but extremely specific in its application. If it is a 1v1 fight and you and your aggressor are on the ground, BJJ is the best combat style bar none. That makes it pretty good for rape defense or subduing your drunken oncle, but not a very good choice to start a barfight with. Also easily the gayest martial art if that convinces someone.

      Wrestling: BJJ but heterosexual, also trains how to get your opponent to the ground in the first place

      Sambo: Russian MMA, insanely good for self defense but you prolly won't find a gym.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone ever done fencing? That looks fun.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Martial weapon training in general, like longsword and spear, looks fun as well.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am looking for a webm, it's a guy who tries to head kick a robber then gets shot. it's a train station, it starts with two people sitting on a bench

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't have friends, but sometimes I will wrestle myself

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    i learned taekwondo
    it was pretty retarded since you only use legs but its great for flexibility

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    why are gloves and shorts so expensive 🙁

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    on my next cut ill be picking muay thai probably
    kicking shit seems fun

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No thanks, I’m peacemaxxing

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Maan I know.. It's just that finding a school/instructor too difficult. There's bullshitters everywhere.

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