donut46 wrote:Tip up to navan young grasshopper you can practice the wax on wax off technique on my car!
Pm dmcgarry on here or see his signature think its has a link to a martial arts site in Ireland young Damo-san
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Damok wrote:Did the boxing and fitness Noel for a year and it wasnt for me . The guy I do traning with now told me to hold of on getting the bits to make sure I'l like what I'm doing, , I found a suit on line and not sure about sizes
Noel wrote:Damok wrote:Did the boxing and fitness Noel for a year and it wasnt for me . The guy I do traning with now told me to hold of on getting the bits to make sure I'l like what I'm doing, , I found a suit on line and not sure about sizes
That's fair enough, but you really need to try them on though as they'll need to be big enough for action without swimming inside ...
What "art" and you practising ???
Noel wrote:You been watching Steven Segal movies over Christmas
That's his art if I'm not mistaken, class
dangerdan wrote:Problem I found with aikido is it's useless in a real situation soon as the person ur against uses force to get out of what your doing it all goes tits up I also found that there are very few clubs in the uk that are any good I was lucky to have a club that was good I mean if you go to the Folkestone event you will see how perfectic some clubs are our club use to get moaned at for putting a simple lock on most clubs train like ur made of glass and everything must be done soft with no pins
IMO if there's other arts near you try them out bjj would be a good choice only thing aikido taught me was use off weak lines and how to get pins now when I do bjj I learn quicker as I get technique quicker
Made it upto green ready for blue belt befor I got bored and needed that challenge lol
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