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#244375 - 04/08/06 09:38 PM Krav or Combat Tai Chi?
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Registered: 04/18/05
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OK..so I'm having a bit of fun as I go out the door...sue me.

I have found a lot of references to Combat Tai Chi. Since I am getting old, and old folks are supposed to do Tai Chi...I may have to ponder this.. I wonder if I can do both Krav AND Combat Tai Chi...

It also appears that if you start a thread "Krav or <insert form here>" it gets at least a thousand hits...
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#244376 - 04/09/06 01:12 AM Re: Krav or Combat Tai Chi? [Re: RangerG]
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with appologies to tai chi practitioners - Ranger, have you ever watched a class? you could fall asleep in the middle of this stuff. I seriously doubt that you will ever be that old.

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#244377 - 04/09/06 12:50 PM Re: Krav or Combat Tai Chi? [Re: globetrotter]
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with appologies to tai chi practitioners - Ranger, have you ever watched a class? you could fall asleep in the middle of this stuff.




I think maybe you need to trot more of the globe.
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#244378 - 04/10/06 02:58 PM Re: Krav or Combat Tai Chi? [Re: globetrotter]
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I have taken a few Tai Chi classes. While not my cup of tea, you can get a bit of a sweat going doing some of the postures in the forms.

Not sure about combat Tai Chi as I don't think I have ever seen it. But RangerG is far too intense (psycho? ) for anything other than KM.
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#244379 - 04/10/06 03:35 PM Re: Krav or Combat Tai Chi? [Re: MattJ]
globetrotter Offline
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I have taken a few Tai Chi classes. While not my cup of tea, you can get a bit of a sweat going doing some of the postures in the forms.

Not sure about combat Tai Chi as I don't think I have ever seen it. But RangerG is far too intense (psycho? ) for anything other than KM.




Matt, well put - I was not so much refering to Tai Chi as to Ranger

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#244380 - 04/10/06 08:13 PM Re: Krav or Combat Tai Chi? [Re: MattJ]
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I think your right about Ranger! Although being a little psycho helps with your attacks.
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#244381 - 04/10/06 08:43 PM Re: Krav or Combat Tai Chi? [Re: Dedicated1]
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I think your right about Ranger! Although being a little psycho helps with your attacks.




Who little old me?? Intense?? Psycho??

In real life I'm just like this >
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#244382 - 04/12/06 11:19 PM Re: Krav or Combat Tai Chi? [Re: RangerG]
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I tried Chuan and Wudang(?) Tai Chi, which are supposed to be "fighting" styles. Judging by most of the conversations had in the Krav forum, I don't think you'd be impressed. It's a fine art, very interesting and all... but yeah

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