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  1. MartialHermit8

    North Korean Gyuksul, from Subak or Gwonbub or Sibak?

    What suppression? If you study the occupation period deeply you will see that Korean language was not being suppressed in Schools until 1935, and culture even less so. Before the annexation period only around 5% of Korean population could read and write, mainly the people linked to the King and...
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    Taekwondo isn't from Karate, it's from Korean Gwonbub that existed for 300 years

    Aww...That's a shame. Would like for him to answer some of my questions.
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    Taekwondo isn't from Karate, it's from Korean Gwonbub that existed for 300 years

    Teakwondo as well as Tangsoodo are pure Shotokan Karate copies. The unpractical circus kicks were added muuuuch later in order to add flashiness to attract new practitioners. Hell, Koreans in America were lying to their customers telling them that they are teaching Karate instead of TKD because...
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    North Korean Gyuksul, from Subak or Gwonbub or Sibak?

    All the modern Korean martial arts were born thanks to the Japanese occupation. The ancient martial arts from Muyedobotongji are basically copies from the Chinese Jixiao Xinshu Manual. Korea historically has no records of any advanced forms of Martial Arts that are akin to Japanese or Chinese...
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    Taekwondo isn't from Karate, it's from Korean Gwonbub that existed for 300 years

    Yeah, sounds conclusive alright. I heard that there are some Korean sources that claim that Jesus was Korean, is it true?
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    Working out daily keeps me sane

    Working out daily keeps me sane
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    What is your opinion about the Systema Ryabko?

    Hi guys, I have been practicing Systema Kadochnikova for a fight, and thinking about checking out other styles, have you had experience with Ryabko? I have heard many bad rumours about him.
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    The origins of Russian Snake and Eagle Kungfu Master

    Hey guys, stumbled across this video about this Russian Bullshido sensation...the eagle and snake master that claims to be invincible. Can't believe he is serious xD
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    What are your opinions on Jake Mace?

    I have nothing against Jake Mace, obviously his Kung Fu looks self-taught, most likely from books, McDojo, or just by watching YouTube videos. However we have to admit that he is in a great physical condition for his age, both being well muscularly developed and possessing good flexibility, and...
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    How to Have Fast Kicks?

    In my experience, physical exercises only go so far, the best way to get faster kicks to achieve a deeper state of relaxation before launching it. Practice standing meditations, sitting mediations, try to relax and explode, etc.
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    Should I get Tao of jeet kune do?

    You should! I think any serious martial arts enthusiast should get a copy, even if you are not into Bruce Lee. It has many unique exercises, concepts, and ideas that would definitely aid you in developing your own unique method of self-improvement.
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    Growing one day at a time

    Growing one day at a time
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    The Origins and creation of Systema Kadochnikova

    Hello guys, as a systema practitioner I have always wondered how come each style, being Ryabko, Starov, Vasiliev, etc are completely different and seem to have almost nothing in common. Would like to share a vid expalining the original creation process of the Systema Kadochnikova. Its some...
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