Have you only done one martial art or many?
• United States
7 Jul 08
I've done Shotokan Style Karate and then later on I did T'ai Chi. The first is a hard form, lots of strength, power, stamina, etc. required. The second is a soft form, actually builds your health as you get older, the soft forms start to make more sense, but trust me, there is nothing easy about it, just easier on the body. Take care
30 Jun 08
have you ever read chinese "Tao Te Ching " by Lao Tzu? these kinds of matial arts ,are both quite similar and ,all different. you try to learn them as total different arts to learn more skills ,and you are forming your own style if you finally find the commens among them. i am a english learner now ,if you guys find some mistakes or misuse or words ,please told me . also welcome to discuss martial arts ,especially chinese kungfu ,you are welcome to sent mails to email@example.com.
10 Sep 08
The first time I tried some was kung fu and it was cool. I also tried tai chi and maybe some chi gong o yeah actually the best for me I also tried wing chun which I recommend a lot.Bruce Lee started with wing chun and it's very effective. I also tried some tae kwon do but this is not for me,I need to use my hands a lot and this is sooner for legs fight
10 Sep 08
You've tried quite a few. I'd love to try some other styles but I don't have the money to do it. I'm the opposite I like using my legs and especially roundhouse kicks. Unfortunately Krav is more arms based because they say legs although stronger, you are more likely to lose balance and be at a disadvantage.