View Full Version : Which martial art is best in your opinion?
02-07-2007, 04:38 PM
Which martial art is best in your opinion?
08-11-2007, 11:56 PM
ok this was posted in february and then again a few weeks ago, what is up with that ?
08-12-2007, 08:40 AM
It all depends what your looking for Grumpy.
Some are more direct ( strking/blocking with a little lateral movement) others are more artistic in their approach ( alot more leg movement and free flowing in appearance )
They all require discipline, concentration and confidence just to mention a few.
08-12-2007, 08:49 AM
I was told that when looking for a place to train, you need to look for one that does not hand out belts like candy. It should take months and then years to earn belts properly.
That's all I know lol
The question was "Which martial arts is best in your opinion"
My opinion, Kung-Fu. Nothing has the concentration and the respect as it does.
Other than that, any other Korean Martial Arts, Hap Ki Do, Kook sool Won.
08-12-2007, 09:27 AM
I took Judo for 2 years when I was a kid. If your looking for something for self defense...you cannot go wrong with it.
When my son was attending Kuk Sool Won we were told that it was one of the few martial arts program that actually had a cirriculum. Meaning that anywhere in world you could attend any of the 600 Kuk Sool Won Training centres and fall right into a class of the appropriate belt colour.
It was a great thing for my son.
08-12-2007, 09:54 AM
JKA ( Japan Karate Association )has the same Ma03.
You can attend classes anywhere the program is offered.I'm not sure how many training centers there are but all instructions are taught in Japanese in every country to give their members the ability to train at any JKA center.
Sorry its early, I didn't mean to make it sound as thought they were the only ones, just that they were one of the few that follow a formal outlined cirriculum.
08-12-2007, 10:08 AM
No need to apologies as I found it interesting to know that Kuk Sool Won offers the same to it's members.I'd have to believe they are both wide spread disciplines to be offered in so many countries.
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