He's talking about the Acrobatic stuff, not the fighting stuff
I can't help, but expect a lot of negative responses. Something about athleticism and performance turns a lot of martial artists off
it seems to me they are just half-assed martial artists and half-assed gymnasts and half-assed acrobats. Wait.... that's three halves
IMO, they should focus that athleticism into ONE of the three and REALLY shine by proving they can so SOMETHING well.
Hey everybody, can someone tell me where you could find an XMA (Extreme Martial arts) dojo in Northern Ireland?
I appreciate all the replies,
Perhaps there basics are just different then yours? Afterall the art has an entirely different prupose.
And I'd give edge to a lot of XMA stylists over a good number of traditional ones in a "real" fight based purely on athleticism. Same for athletes of other sports that require a high level of athleticism.
that should get you to the school list for the united kingdom. sorry, it doesn't seem to have a page on just ireland. but i saw belfast on the list, so there's at least one ireland school.
good luck in your search.
Thats a good idea. I havnt done parkour since august....Very bad weather in Northern Ireland, well in the winter.I see from your profile that you're into Parkour? Your best bet would be find a good Parkour crew to train with, and also look for somewhere that does Capoeira, and mix the two yourself.