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Old 02-19-2009, 06:13 PM   #1
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How many members here trained in the arts?



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Old 02-19-2009, 06:18 PM   #2
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I'm trained in Rex Kwon Do!


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I would venture to guess in excess of 70% of our forum has probably dabbled in some form or another. We seem to have some pretty squared away guys on this board - which is why I like you guys so much...

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I'm master of "Bang Foo". When trouble rears its ugly head, I draw Wynnona from her holster and go "Bang Foo!"

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I studied and trained in aikido for quite a while but pretty much fell out of it when I broke a wrist (unrelated).

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Tae Kwon Do- in college
Aikido- under master Imaizumi Sensei
PPCT (Pressure Point Control Tactics)- Instructor (kind of simple Aikido for cops)
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Judo - in college
Wing Chung Kung Fu - in the military
Tae Kwon Do - following the military
Kenpo - When I really was too old and should have known better

I know enough of each to be a definite hazard to myself!!

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Judo - in college
Wing Chung Kung Fu - in the military
Tae Kwon Do - following the military
Kenpo - When I really was too old and should have known better

I know enough of each to be a definite hazard to myself!!
Not many know Wing Chung. One of the better ones in conjunction with Aikido.
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Ju jitsu, in the early days, Okinawan Kempo when I was still good looking, edged weapons in Cold Steel seminars until I learned how to bleed real well. And, I have had things that go bang all my life.

My Army Col. uncle Jack told me martial arts help develop a disciplined mind when I was a kid. I believe him even more so now.



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