Discussion in 'Karate' started by Axiom, Sep 12, 2017.
Bows... we're not worthy.
James Carville in Old School:
We... have no response. That was perfect.
Only because I had the stomach flu and couldn't make it.
Id give you a a chance to take the title but I have now decided to retire as the undefeated chapion of the universe from now to forever....
I will be going on a world tour soon and for $499 Ill train with you for 2 hours then you can claim to be one of my students on internet forums. For an additional $199 Ill take a photo with you and provide a certificate and add you to my database of students as proof to be used in all future internet disputes
Do you accept PayPal?
Yeah...that is because due to its awesomeness... and attractiveness of its practitioners......Xuefu has been ban from all competitions in the universe since we WON then all 10 years in a row.... that and it has been deemed to deadly for the ring
We dont speak of such things it wasn't posted on YouTube so it didnt happen
If you want to claim it then yes.
What experience do you have with either curriculum?
That and I don't do competitions.
That more closely resembles ground and pound MMA than Goju Ryu.
Im training in Goju Ryu right now. My Shi-to Ryu training, which I've been doing for years before I started Goju Ryu, has usually been more intense, even at the beginner levels.
Goju Ryu might work better in self defense for you and if that's the case and your goal is to be able to defend yourself than I would say go with the Goju Ryu. But that doesn't mean Goju Ryu would be more effective than Shotokan in terms of self defense for everybody. Somebody else might find that Shotokan works better than Goju Ryu in self defense for them. So they would be better off going with Shotokan if they want to be able to defend themselves. It varies from person to person. Everybody is different. There is no one style that works best for every single person whether the goal is to be able to win tournaments, defend yourself, ect.
No true champion does.
I've never studied Shi-to ryu. The point of my post was explaining to the OP my experience with Goju. Second, I made the point the training culture is important, not the system itself.
Then....how does he become a champion?
Everyone just naturally acknowledges his champion ability. He does not need to prove it.
It's all in his ki.
And he has the bone structure of a Kung fu genious
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