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Drewjitsu
Sep 2, 2007

Muay Thai is great but Buttscoot-Shin-to-Balls Style is undeniably better.


02-6611-0142-1 posted:

did you just brag about being able to hit a move and then immediately admit that you can't hit it against a resisting opponent aka you can't hit the move

Yes. The mechanics of the move aren't that complicated. It all becomes a question of having the tremendous amount of balls to hit it in comp.

I'll report back when I hit it in sparring (which is likely never ).

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Mel Mudkiper
Jan 19, 2012

This is cyber bulling and I will not stand for it.


I've found myself in an unexpected windfall.

Is it worth investing in a summer light-weight gi for training or is it not really that big of a difference.

ihop
Jul 23, 2001
King of the Mexicans

Depends. If you're talking judo then gtfo of here with that light-weight gi BS. If you do BJJ then a lightweight gi is nice, especially if you're traveling. They won't last as long. Also, as a gross sweaty guy I find the lightweight gis can feel a little clammy and gross. I prefer a little more fabric to disperse sweat.

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