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I have over 34 years of studying and practicing martial arts. I joined a half ass tae-kwon- do school around 12yrs old. Walked away almost immediately. The problem I had is even more an issue today. So many schools are not very credible… I found a great sifu and wing chun kung fu changed my life. I went in search of a way to defend myself and found spirituality, self esteem, self discipline.health, stamina, work ethic, honor and a developed mind. It is a traditional chinese defensive art ,but its ancient and it gets criticized in the fight world.

You can hear similar criticism by the same people.

I suppose you should ask yourself what are you looking to get out of the art and more important, what are you willing to give it. The term mma itself tells you that learning more than one and mixing the most effective techniques from several arts…Are you wanting to defend yourself with discipline or do you want to destroy? Big difference…

One being a standing attack and defense art ,but one that appreciates the importance of footwork and placement. You have been clear that your funds are low. You can learn basic and solid boxing fundamentals online and possibly find a program at the ymca… no, its not the be all end all but it will get you in shape and teach you to use your feet to get you out of harms way and keep yout balance. Thats the benefit. The more you practice the better youll be. Punching with anger ,undeveloped and unfocused is the quickest way to tire yourself, compromise your balance,break your hand and get knocked on your ass. Your hands will take work….but the footwork is still the key. Example:Mayweather. Some hate him but they all respect him. Hes got FEET.. you cant hit him. …

but most street fights will see the ground and that brings me to recpmmending Gracie or Machado ju jitsu..Sometimes you can find a school that will let you clean up or labor to work out with them. It is a submission art .Its common to see technique defeat size and strength … There are better arts for your standing game ,but I was keeping your budget in mind. .but I stand behind jujitsu…or if you have the cash Kajukembo. Which is a blend of kempo karate kung fu. Jujitsu and korean karate…its a pretty agressive art but effective..

Itd just been a part of my life for most of my life. I have nothing to prove and start no drama. Its not about fighting its about securing peace. Be careful in selecting a school. case and point I am certified to teach and my knowledge is solid. but I AM NO TEACHER…I taught my daughter and she would be a better sifu than myself…Dont fall for bullshit. Check em out …#1 its money #2 your ass may depend on it..Sorry so long. Just something Itake a bit serious…

I have over 34 years of studying and practicing martial arts. I joined a half ass tae-kwon- do school around 12yrs old. Walked away almost immediately. The problem I had is even more an issue today. So many schools are not very credible… I found a great sifu and wing chun kung fu changed my life. I went in search of a way to defend myself and found spirituality, self esteem, self discipline.health, stamina, work ethic, honor and a developed mind. It is a traditional chinese defensive art ,but its ancient and it gets criticized in the fight world.

You can hear similar criticism by the same people. I suppose you should ask yourself what are you looking to get out of the art and more important, what are you willing to give it. The term mma itself tells you that learning more than one and mixing the most effective techniques from several arts…Are you wanting to defend yourself with discipline or do you want to destroy? Big difference…

One being a standing attack and defense art ,but one that appreciates the importance of footwork and placement. You have been clear that your funds are low. You can learn basic and solid boxing fundamentals online and possibly find a program at the ymca… no, its not the be all end all but it will get you in shape and teach you to use your feet to get you out of harms way and keep yout balance. Thats the benefit. The more you practice the better youll be. Punching with anger ,undeveloped and unfocused is the quickest way to tire yourself, compromise your balance,break your hand and get knocked on your ass. Your hands will take work….but the footwork is still the key. Example:Mayweather. Some hate him but they all respect him. Hes got FEET.. you cant hit him. …

but most street fights will see the ground and that brings me to recpmmending Gracie or Machado ju jitsu..Sometimes you can find a school that will let you clean up or labor to work out with them. It is a submission art .Its common to see technique defeat size and strength … There are better arts for your standing game ,but I was keeping your budget in mind. .but I stand behind jujitsu…or if you have the cash Kajukembo. Which is a blend of kempo karate kung fu. Jujitsu and korean karate…its a pretty agressive art but effective..

Itd just been a part of my life for most of my life. I have nothing to prove and start no drama. Its not about fighting its about securing peace. Be careful in selecting a school. case and point I am certified to teach and my knowledge is solid. but I AM NO TEACHER…I taught my daughter and she would be a better sifu than myself…Dont fall for bullshit. Check em out …#1 its money #2 your ass may depend on it..Sorry so long. Just something Itake a bit serious…