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How to write good 101

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Post by Jilly on Thu Apr 11, 2013 5:55 pm

Look, I gotta side with Oath...although dude, I've sparred girls...You don't want their feet anywhere near your head. Especially if they do track/cheer.

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Post by Bluemouse on Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:11 pm

What the hell are you talking about?

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Post by Jilly on Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:18 pm

It hurts to be kicked by girls who do track/are cheerleaders...their legs are practically like steel. More so when they connect with your head

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Post by Oathkeeper on Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:18 pm

Oh yeah definitely, it's not even that either. When I first started BJJ, I got my ass handed to me by girls just submission and grappling wise. However, I got smarter and I got stronger. I beat them rather easily before I left BJJ. Girls are interesting they're very flexible and sometimes very hard to submit. It's like I need to crank their arm more than I need to submit the guys. It's really weird. Hehhe.... I can do highkicks, I'm pretty flexible for a guy cause I used to do some TKD when I was younger. However, I like to fight inside and up close so I rarely get caught with high kicks. I'm always overly defensive about my head but I get caught with body shots though all the time. I always try to get into clinches use my knees and elbows. I have a really good elbows and knees. However, I haven't trained striking in like 2 years so I'm probably rusty. I just do Judo now. I love Judo a lot. It's applicable to real life situations, it makes you really strong and it's something I feel like I should pass on to my kids (If I have any).

I have "fought" before but, BM's right I'm not the type to start fights. I'm just not a person who likes fighting. I like watching UFC once and a while. I also love learning fighting styles. However, I'm just not someone that has that inner instinct to beat the shit out of other people nor do I want to be. People who get into fights are usually people who look for fights. I'm just not that type of guy.

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Post by Bluemouse on Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:26 pm

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CHEERLEADERS 2 POWERFUL. And runners? Omg, they'll murder your face.

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Post by Oathkeeper on Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:30 pm

Well, idk in the states I hear the cheerleaders are like acrobatic athletes and people who do sprinting generally have powerful legs. However, running and doing cartwheels are different from doing highkicks. You need to be good at setting up your opponent and have wicked speed because you're very off balance when you perform one so you have to be quick.


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Post by Jilly on Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:56 pm

Right...my luck sucks because I spar girls who do both martial arts and running or cheer...plus a view that do all 3...I don't spar those girls often.

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Post by XSirenX on Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:03 pm

Your opinions are invalid...

You are weak and egotistical...

RESISTANCE is futile...

Your idealist ways are flawed...

NOW SUFFER OUR WRATH.



I'm sorry :p where is this thread swaying? I'm sensing derailment on the tracks.~

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Post by Oathkeeper on Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:13 pm

Idk.... but I gotta admit I'm even more confused by your statement than anything.

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Post by Oathkeeper on Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:14 pm

Oh and who are you again? Siren> I don't believe we met it's nice to meet you Siren ^_^

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