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Martial Arts enthusiasts?

Member Since
27 Apr, 2014
Number of Posts
3
Location
Canada

Hello everyone! I've very new to the forum and the website, but I hope to be arond for a bit! :) 

I used to do Karate when I was younger for about 8 years and I have started practicing Naginata for about a year and a half. I was just wondering if there were any other people who likes/practices martial arts as well? Doesn't matter which ones! :3 

#1 Posted by Tundra_Foot over 4 years ago
Member Since
14 Jul, 2015
Number of Posts
43
Location
Michigan

十歳から少林流空手を連取しましたと今合気会合気道も連取します。部度が好きです。

From when I was 10 I practiced Shorin-Ryu Karate and now I also practice Aikikai Aikido. I love martial arts!

Any body looking to meet up around metro-detroit, MI and discuss Japanese I'd love to meet!

#2 Posted by adam wolf over 3 years ago
Member Since
24 Dec, 2016
Number of Posts
3
Location
Sri Lanka

Hi everyone! I practice Karate and still do, Shotokan's our style. It's the best thing I've ever gotten into and will continue it as long as I live. Love Martial Arts Forever! Hmm...I was wondering, which other martial art would combine well with karate? 

#3 Posted by Rigel over 1 year ago
Member Since
2 Mar, 2017
Number of Posts
3
Location
Kansas

I have been doing martial arts since college.  More than 35 years now.  Started in judo, which I still do, added jujutsu/aikijujutsu, kenjutsu, and karate.  Have played with a few others.  Rigel - I suggest looking to a throwing art. Karate is the Okinawian version of jujutsu - it is loaded with throwing, joint controls, and other things you could hone there and reapply.

Robin

#4 Posted by RobinDH over 1 year ago
Member Since
13 Jun, 2018
Number of Posts
120
Location
Germany

I started with kickboxing, than went to ju-jutsu eventually left martial arts in favor of yoga - fighting is overrated ;-)

Individualism is overrated.

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