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If you want to learn how to fight then you want to learn the best systems out their

in the 90's in no rules tournments we saw boxers muay thai fighters ji jitsu artist wrestlers defeat the top traditional martial artists

So for stand up boxing and muay thai for ground ji jitsu and wrestling

shastar vidya unless they compete or spare then i see it as a waste of time

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^^Great, when defending Gurbani, freedom of faith and fellow devotees, we must adopt the best methods possible against our opponents, although bombs etc would be out of the question. But there is nothing wrong with a good old punch in the face if need be.

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To defend against weapons, weapons would prob be your best bet, with His grace of course.

for street fighting without weapions boxing muay thai

for street fihgting withing weapions then krav mega

training for war then join the military

best thing to do is train in the best

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vjkk vjkf paji,

I have trained in a few martial arts: muay thai, wrestling and BJJ so I guess you could call this MMA. George St.Pierre a UFC champion has commented that he trains with the best of the best (best boxers, wrestlers and BBJ fighters) and then closer to his fight trains in bringing these 3 together.

http://www.simplyshredded.com/georges-st-pierres-workout.html

I thoroughly enjoy all 3 of these arts and find that I feel more confident that wherever I end up in a fight I have a skill set that can help.

In reality though I think, as with anything, alot will come down to the individual and how much discipline and dedication you put in to these.

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are there any decent MMA clubs in the west midlands coventry/birmingham/leamington/nuneaton areas?

i wish all cities gurdwaras set up MMA training schools

vjkk vjkf paji,

I have trained in a few martial arts: muay thai, wrestling and BJJ so I guess you could call this MMA. George St.Pierre a UFC champion has commented that he trains with the best of the best (best boxers, wrestlers and BBJ fighters) and then closer to his fight trains in bringing these 3 together.

http://www.simplyshr...es-workout.html

I thoroughly enjoy all 3 of these arts and find that I feel more confident that wherever I end up in a fight I have a skill set that can help.

In reality though I think, as with anything, alot will come down to the individual and how much discipline and dedication you put in to these.

would you recommend BJJ for fitness and self defence? is training with a GI applicable?

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As someone who has trained in Krav Maga, only for short period due to injury i would recommend it as a pure self defence system, simple and very effective. Although i feel you will get more out of it if you trained in thai boxing first, to perfect striking using all your limbs and this will ensure when you do take up krav, you can strike properly and the journey to become an instructor level, as many Krav systems do not have belts, is alot quicker. Plus alot of the instructors have either learnt thai boxing or do it alonside Krav.

PS i would highly recommend Krav Maga central, if your based in and around the Mdlands.

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