what martial arts disciplines have you or currently practising?

@Makoy1983 (1086)
Philippines
March 12, 2007 5:27am CST
i was once wiht yawyan (some sort of filipino version of muay thai), and now i train regularly with taekwondo, aikido and brazilian jiu jitsu.. im looking forward to learn capoeira and arnis in the future
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@robert19ph (4586)
• Philippines
6 May 07
Wow, you are really a martial art afficionado. When I was stiil a boy I took some karate lesson for about 2 monhts. These was the time kung fu is very popular because of Bruce Lee. It's very good, at least I learned some basic karate exercises and I learned to defend myself. My sons and daughter I also enrolled them for taekwondo lessons and they did at least two weeks and they stopped. They seem not to like it. Wushu is also becoming popular now and I try to convince them to join in their school, but they don't have interest. Good luck my friend.
@Makoy1983 (1086)
• Philippines
6 May 07
thanks. i agree that martial arts really coes from interest. one of the reasons why i really do practice martial arts is for fitness. and aside from that its so practical, you could defend yourself at least when you have some ideas and experience in martial arts
25 Jun 07
i train in arnis demano focuses in knife fight, some grappling in jujitsu, a player in judo it helped me graduate so far in college. and like to learn more on strikings arts. i still dream of fighting in a MMA event but i'm busy with my shop right now that i don't have the time to train that much.
• United States
14 Jun 07
Hey Makoy, we gotta talk sometime, My son and I just returned to start training again Karate at Master Mungu in Houston, Texas. I am an Orange Belt and my son is just starting. I hope to continue to a Black Belt. I hope you can give us encouragement and pointers. What belt are you Makoy?
• Philippines
14 Jun 07
Wow your really are a martial art fanatic, Don't you think you want to concentrate on one style as to master their techniques. I know its now the new ages that we have to learn and accept everything with an open mind. I think your still searching what is most suitable or comfortable to your lifestyle. Me I'm much comfortable now with tai chi since its not a full contact sport, but the descipline is still there, and lots of physical and internal benefits.