- Feb 23, 2014
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For certain, all TKD schools are not the same. I have seen the full spectrum, from Tai-Chi esque schools to no forms, full contact TKD schools.
I am curious how you can 'quit' your primary style? Why not shore up the lacking skills within that style? You seem to be gaining the experience to do this.
I am also curious if you feel you can practice a style like MMA/BJJ for 30-40 years?
I think you do shore up the lacking skills within your style by training a style where the people are better at it.
So if you moved from TKD to Thai. And suddenly you are interacting with quality fighters. You gain a lot more depth of experience.
I think this is why MMA often trains its component styles.