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  • Boss* up
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    Originally posted by Eddie_Boston View Post
    HUGE difference...

    comparing TKD to "traditional" MA is like comparing Baseball to Basketball. The only think they have in common is that they both use a ball and even the ball are different sizes.
    Yeah because some people ask what sport do you do and I'll say "TKD" but if someone ask me what type of MA I am in I'll also say "TKD". See you really don't catch your self so I kind of would refer to it as both but it does depend.
    Def for sport:An individual or group competitive activity, involving physical exertion and skill governed by rules etc. (what the dictionary says).
    Def for Martial Art:A system of combat or self defense. In the dictionary it also says Practiced as a soprt.

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  • Eddie_Boston
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    Originally posted by Boss* up View Post
    I've always wondered what the difference was?!
    HUGE difference...

    comparing TKD to "traditional" MA is like comparing Baseball to Basketball. The only think they have in common is that they both use a ball and even the ball are different sizes.

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  • Boss* up
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    I've always wondered what the difference was?!

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  • Eddie_Boston
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    Originally posted by bjjp View Post
    dude i hate to say thid but tkd has nothing to offer except tournament fighting and pretty belt.that cost money every time you buy them.yes i will say this that tkd is a beatiful martial arts with is kick but that is it.
    ditto....

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  • GranFire
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    Originally posted by Piston View Post
    And I though cup stacking was intense....silly me!

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  • ITFDespoja
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    You even though Tkd is sport it is a create way to biuld talent for mma fighters/K1 There is some fuckn great Tkd fighters out there such as Serkan Yilmaz he kicks are incredible (WTF world champ fightin in K1) And the most recent fighter that every1 is talkin about in england as the next big thing Zelg Galesic LIL mirko (3 time ITF world champ) i think is record is like 9-1
    these are just 2 two fighters i can say more

    this is a relief for me cous im sick sein of the typical mma figther.

    he is a vid of him.. Zelg Galesic
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e60jtv-Y7fg

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  • WildWest.
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    Glad we cleared that up.

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  • Piston
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    People do extreme ironing so why not? http://www.extremedreams.co.uk/pink%20gnome/ironing/
    http://www.extremeironing.com/

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  • dodgeduckdodge
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    Originally posted by WildWest. View Post
    Does that include digging a trench, painting the house and having sex??
    Yes, why not.

    Alcohol

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  • WildWest.
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    Originally posted by dodgeduckdodge View Post
    Any physical activity can be included the realm of sports
    Does that include digging a trench, painting the house and having sex??

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  • dodgeduckdodge
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    Originally posted by terryowl View Post
    Don't understand what? Moot points or Martial Art's?
    Either.

    Alcohol

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  • terryowl
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    Don't understand what? Moot points or Martial Art's?

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  • dodgeduckdodge
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    Any physical activity can be included the realm of sports, this includes any martial arts. As a matter of fact, the old Okinawans often refereed to "Tode" or "Okinawa-te", or Karate as a sport.

    Taekwondo first and foremost a martial art. However, as with other martial arts, aspects of the activities can be participated in as a competition, which brings those aspects into the realm of "sports".

    This does not however mean that Taekwondo, or any other martial art can be divided into "sport" or "martial arts" areas.

    Today, competitions in Taekwondo and other martial arts have many types of sparring, breaking, forms, self defense, weapons, etc, types of events.

    There is the old Olympic Greek joke that all sports are games, but not all games are sports, it was meant to show the stupidity of those who would argue it!

    Don't fall into the sport vs martial arts trap, it's really a moot point, argued by those who do not understand either.

    Best Regards,

    Alcohol

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  • terryowl
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    Hi here. I am new to this board. Welcome me now

    Anyways. About TKD..and what not. First of all, I am a 1st Dan in WTF Tae Kwon Do. The school I come from, Practices the Tae Geuk Forms and Spar using the rules of the USTU and USOC. I however dislike the Sport aspects of Tae Kwon Do. I am in the belief of more traditional training. Including Martial arts free sparing, Practical Self defense and Philosophy. It all depends who you are training under. And I definately do not like the aspect of a "belt factory".

    I also have a 2nd Dan in Moo Duk Kwon Tang Soo Do. At the School I trained at, pactices the Moo Duk Kwon Pyung Ahn forms as part of our Regular Tae Kwon Do classes. Dual training in Moo Duk Kwon helps keep us in touch with more traditional techniques. While TKD continues to modernize it's techniques according to the current fads in tournements. Our MDK techniques are still drawn from analizing our forms and basic training.

    There is a 3rd art Hap Ki Do, which I dabbled with, sure sounds like a MMA school I went to? Sure, but each class was it's own. And no mixture to it. When you finished the TKD training, you had to go change your dobok (uniform) to the HKD uniform. And vise versa. The training was seperated as if it was 2-3 different schools using the same dojang.

    I am 48 years old, with 24 years of that given to the school above. I retired in 1997 from all activity, and moved to China in 2004, and where I live and work at, we have a TKD club..and I train with Chinese TKD students now. Some are sporty, but many are very traditional and like to learn TSD from me.

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  • akio123
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    traditional is a good word to hear

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