Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Is Classical Martial Arts Better Than Mma?

When Breakout Kings, A&E's new drama about convicts who team up to catch other, escaped convicts, first premiered, LA TV Insider Examiner picked Serinda Swan as "one to watch." We hadn't yet learned all of the nuances of her character, but we saw hints at something more in her performance and couldn't wait to peel back the layers of this hardened woman to learn who she was and why she got locked up in the first place.

In a previous article, I covered the comments Dan Henderson made about Lesnar's MMA skills and the push he received from the UFC. Henderson was on the "Jim Rome is Burning" show yesterday.



Anyway, the point here is that you can toss away all the repeat techniques and forms, all those poser moves, and consolidate your teachings according to hard core principles that make sense.

These forms which are practiced with two or more people in at this site, aren't they also a form of kata? They may not call it kata. They may not have the same number of moves that traditional karate kata have, but they are still a series of forms that must be practiced to maintain one's martial ability. It's the same in many other forms of martial arts, in JuJitsu is there not a series of moves to get a person into an arm bar? These series of forms and movements have to be practiced to gain speed, agility, endurance and technical expertise.

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