Thread: Semi or Full-Contact
04-24-2007, 20:31 #21
05-03-2007, 01:42 #22Originally Posted by Da-RiSiN-sMoKe
I though all muay thai was full contact?
05-03-2007, 01:57 #23Originally Posted by zatoichi3154
05-11-2007, 17:45 #24
I want to try Muay Thai or Kyokushin.
They have kickboxing at my brother's school; Eastern Washington University, plus Aikido, Kendo, and Karate!Life without effort is a waste of time and air.
05-15-2007, 15:20 #25
Give full contact a try. I hate point and semi contact (semi contact sounds like a joke anyway).
Its a totally different animal once you take your foot off off the brakes.
07-15-2007, 16:02 #26
Originally Posted by Da-RiSiN-sMoKe
Full contact is the way to go. otherwise there's too many problems
03-09-2008, 06:37 #27
I'm competing next weekend in a continuous sparring tournament in Quebec. It's considered Light contact the level below Full contact and Semi contact is actually point sparring.
03-09-2008, 19:01 #28
Id be worried what the other guys idea of "light" is.
Give full contact a try at least one time.
11-25-2008, 15:46 #29
i know of a full contact but it is alos not in the states... from what i understand about it there really is no rules and every one fights everyone... the person who wins is the person who gets the most wins...
from what i was told its very brutel... you really need to know your stuff. reason being im told only 1 american won it, but you only win a silk pillow which goes to the school you trained/ learned from...
11-25-2008, 15:57 #30
11-25-2008, 16:17 #31
12-21-2010, 13:30 #32
2 year bump, oh well, I don't care.
This forum is kind of dead anyways.
I took Kyokushin for a year and I loved it! Too bad I'm in college now and it's too far away.Life without effort is a waste of time and air.
05-14-2011, 15:29 #33
Got my Shodan. Woop.Life without effort is a waste of time and air.
05-14-2011, 16:20 #34
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