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Archive for June, 2007

World of Martials Arts

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007

Martial arts vary widely, and may focus on strikes, grappling, or weapons training. Below is a list of examples that make?use of these areas that I know of:

Striking

  • Punching - Boxing, Shao-Lin Long Fist
  • Kicking - Capoeira, Taekwondo
  • Other strikes (e.g. Elbows, knees, open-hand) - Karate, Muay Thai, Wing Chun,

Grappling

  • Throwing - Judo, Jiu Jitsu
  • Joint lock - Aikido, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Hapkido
  • Pinning Techniques - Wrestling, Judo

Weaponry

  • Traditional Weaponry - Fencing,Kendo

My all time favourite art is the Jeet Kun do because its taken the best and most efficient strikes &?moves from various arts.? Also,?Bruce lee is my hero so i could be a little bias.

Fantasy arts

There are a few other arts if was real I love to study (I’m also a fan of Stephen Chow)

  • From the King of Beggers - 睡夢羅漢拳 - Sleeping Monk Fist

there are others… I just can’t think of them at the moment.

The list above that are underlined are the arts that?I would love to take up.? Althoough I’m getting old so?I will?probably just appreciate them from afar and?end up only doing Tai Chi,? shame that my parents back in the day were too afraid that I’d use it aganist my elder sister.? which is a bit silly considering Martial Arts is meant to develop self control disciple and alll that jazz. I simplily cannot understnad my folks opinion on this..

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Didn’t your folks used to says playing games is a waste of time

Wednesday, June 13th, 2007

Read this article on Sumodownload’s blog, made me remember the time when my folks forbid me to get a games console.  Their excuse was its not healthy to play games, its just as bad as being a couch potatoe. Well in your face parents, the Nintendo’s  Wii is the best type of counterattack for those types of reasoning!!  Helps weigh lost, rehab and improves hand-eye co-ordination!!

Upcoming Films To Watch XIV

Monday, June 11th, 2007

Allison Scott (Katharine Heigl) is on the fast track for a promising career as an entertainment journalist. Her big plans get a little messed up, though, after a one-night stand with a total slacker (Seth Rogen) gets her pregnant. Although she has the determination to be a successful working single mom, Allison tries to involve her baby’s daddy in her life, but he may turn out to be a little too immature to handle fatherhood.

 

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