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  • i got karate. i do karate and i’m a 2nd degree black belt but i really prefer jiujitsu

    bjjkahy May 28 '18, 12:21AM
  • I got Mix Martial ART IT WHAT I want to do anyways but first Jiu JItsu Muay Thia and Wrestling since the martial art class I use to go to have all that then go to mix martial art when be come a black belt in Jiu Jitsu and elite in Muay Thia and Wrestling that will be the day I do mix martial art and hope to go pro at the UFC

    Rottweiler1441 Oct 10 '16, 10:46PM
  • @Jjohnny
    It seems like your kinda like me as far as martial arts is concerned. For someone like you,I would recommend jui jitsu or karate.If your like me,a stephen seagul kinda guy,I recommend karate/jui jitsu for speed, and when you fight someone with no experience,you exert less energy in a fight,which is perfect,especially for a hs student.
    -Joey Greco

    JOEYCHEATERS Jul 10 '16, 2:36AM
  • I got kenpo a couple of times, but I'm not sure if that is it, I'm a 16yeqr old male and am slightly slimmer then average, I don't know much about kenpo and I was looking for an art that consisted of more speed and elegance any suggestions?

    Jjohnny 99 Mar 20 '16, 9:13PM
  • I got kenpo a couple of times, but I'm not sure if that is it, I'm a 16yeqr old male and am slightly slimmer then average, I don't know much about kenpo and I was looking for an art that consisted of more speed and elegance any suggestions?

    Jjohnny 99 Mar 20 '16, 9:03PM
  • I'm surprised of all the comment views I only seen one with Ninjitsu and so far I am the second one with it.. I'm 20 yrs old and half my life I've been doing martial arts but ever since I've discovered Ninjutsu or Ninjitsu I feel as If that's where I belong and dedicated to and this is the first time taking this quiz too.

    I'm on a journey of Ninjutsu.. Lol

    Ryouga Jan 25 '16, 9:59AM
  • I'm surprised of all the comment views I only seen one with Ninjitsu and so far I am the second one with it.. I'm 20 yrs old and half my life I've been doing martial arts but ever since I've discovered Ninjutsu or Ninjitsu I feel as If that's where I belong and truly dedicated to and as if I'm on a journey of Ninjitsu and this is the first time taking this quiz too.. Lol

    Ryouga Jan 25 '16, 9:58AM
  • I'm surprised of all the comment views I only seen one with Ninjitsu and so far I am the second one with it.. I'm 20 yrs old and half my life I've been doing martial arts but ever since I've discovered Ninjutsu or Ninjitsu I feel as If that's where I belong and this is the first time taking this quiz too.. Lol

    Ryouga Jan 25 '16, 9:56AM
  • I'm surprised of all the comment views I only seen one with Ninjitsu and so far I am the second one with it.. I'm 20 yrs old and half my life I've been doing martial arts but ever since I've discovered Ninjutsu or Ninjitsu I feel as If that's where I belong and this is the first time taking this quiz too.. Lol

    Ryouga Jan 25 '16, 9:55AM
  • Kenpo was suggested for me. I've had back surgery and still suffer from minor back problems from time to time. Which style martial arts would best work for me?
    Thx...jones

    Jones72 Dec 30 '15, 8:17PM
  • oh and I got Kenpo (: I wish Kung-fu was an option haha

    LinaxD Dec 1 '15, 6:56PM
  • I do Choy Li Fut Kung-Fu. The origanziation goes to does weapon training, Tai Chi, Choy Li Fut, and sparring/grappling/ weapon sparring and such. It's really fun.

    LinaxD Dec 1 '15, 6:55PM
  • @aleshiaann
    It's possible to learn anything at home. In fact, you can look up home-made Molotov cocktails and find online tutorials.
    But with martial arts, it's extremely beneficial to have a teacher correct your stance and small mistakes as you learn, or else the mistakes will built upon each other, and you'll end up with countless bad habits.

    lanie19 Nov 29 '15, 3:19PM
  • @Donald1
    I'd say Kenpo is a lot more Japanese than Chinese, so the commands will most likely be in Japanese. But if you're learning it outside of Japan, the teacher might say the English translations of certain moves.

    lanie19 Nov 29 '15, 3:13PM
  • @MissViss27
    From your explanation, Aikido actually sounds perfect for you.
    I don't claim to know a ton about martial arts (since most of what I know is from manga and Kung Fu movies), but Aikido is a self-defense martial art that does not rely on weight training or muscular strength, and is recommended for girls and boys with leaner and smaller frames.
    Like Tai Chi, Aikido focuses on balance ("aiki" = unifying energy/spirit) and tactically using your opponent's strength against them, but Aikido is faster to learn and isn't as soft-styled.
    I think this quiz was right on for you, and if you're still interested in martial arts, just give Aikido a try.

    lanie19 Nov 29 '15, 3:02PM
  • MIXED MARTIAL ARTS??? fantastic thats what i wanted to hear...im now in a ranger class

    IcemanMHS7 Aug 27 '15, 4:07PM
  • I've been doing shaolin kungfu for the past 5months now. Although I have felt like I've needed more. I've wanted to know a bit about Aikido because I've always loved the art itself and thought it looked terrific although I would but open to different martial arts just not tai chi

    Stesiris May 3 '15, 7:09PM
  • I got Kenpo, which I think makes sense for me. I have studied Tae Kwon Do, Isshinryu, and some Shorin ryu karate. As far as all the people dissing Kenpo, they watch too many "cage fights," which are controlled by rules. Not everything works in the street! And just because you studied "karate," it doesn't mean Kenpo has nothing to offer you; All martial arts have something to offer!

    LaoHu Apr 30 '15, 4:29AM
  • And Kenpo just seems way to off for me. Karate was my 1st martial art, and I have my black belt, now, at age 10, so it makes no sense.

    Sophia di Angelo Apr 22 '15, 7:04AM
  • Uh... I got Kenpo... Not accurate, I TAKE karate. I've always wanted to combine my training of Budokai karate into a smart, graceful, fast way of life. Live smart. Be aware. Be quick. Have elegance.

    Sophia di Angelo Apr 22 '15, 7:01AM
  • I have a 6 year elite background in gymnastics and also do professional ballet training, so im already mega flexible and quite strong. Furthermore im pretty good at tricks, eg. flips, walkovers and aerial things. I've chosen martial arts to combine with my ballet, dance and circus training to add more depth to my physicality while performing (in ballet and circus). I would love to come out of martial arts training strong (not bulky!! long and lean), and would love an art based on line, flow and grace- as i want the art to add to my dancing aesthetic not disturb it. I will not be soley training to compete but i dont want to do tai chi in a park. while looking beautiful [while doing it] is important i also would like to utilize tactics and force, not aggression. i dont care at all for spirituality (i follow a different religion), and while tradition is important it is not major to me. i dont mind having balance spiritually but i have excellent physical balance.
    My results on this quiz was Aikido but it didnt seem accurate...?

    MissViss27 Apr 18 '15, 10:53AM
  • EPIC! And I got Kenpo :]

    Kalafina Mar 25 '15, 8:38PM

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