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Marriage: Trapped by a number, keggers, possition
keggers, possition, local theatre: In the first place it isn t realistic to expect that someone will not change, we all change no matter the age. Now if you want to talk about maturing, that is different, and despite what you think you will mature, quite likely past him, thus my reasoning for...

Marriage: Trial separation?, heart to heart talk, many different ways
heart to heart talk, many different ways, trial separation: Hi Carlos~ She doesn t respect you, and that s a huge problem. You need to sit down with her and have a serious heart to heart talk with her. She needs to know how this is affecting you. And what you re willing and unwilling to put up with in this marriage....

Marriage: Trial separation-a good idea?, fear of abandonment, r m french
fear of abandonment, r m french, trial separation: Hi Cara, I am not a big fan of trial separation because, in most cases, I have not seen anything positive come of them. Your husband has some pretty serious issues to deal with. Not the least of which is a fear of abandonment. I think that a lot of his...

Marriage: Trial separation-a good idea?, trial separation, healthy option
trial separation, healthy option, inappropriate behaviour: Hi Cara~ A trial separation, even under the same roof, might indeed be just what you need. He s having issues and he s trying to deal with them. The death of a loved one can really have a profound affect on someone, and he really should deal with that...

Marriage: Troubled Young Marriage, divorce papers, attitud
divorce papers, attitud, abusive relationship: Hello Karla, I m so sorry you are going through this. This isn t the way that your husband should treat you and you shouldn t need to ask permission for things and what is essential to a marriage shouldn t be withheld (like him talking to you) just because...

Marriage: Trust Issue in marriage, constructive advice, trust issue
constructive advice, trust issue, dishonesty: Hi Ramchi, What ever made you think that you would lose her by being truthful? In my life, I have yet to see honesty being more severely punished than dishonesty or in this case lack of disclosure. She respected you enough to tell you her little episodes.......so...

Marriage: can't figure out fights, physical affection, slight smile
physical affection, slight smile, cold wars: Dear Gopal, Forgive me for not realizing that she was under this much depression. It sounds as if she is depending on you to get her through this. Your right; this is something that she must be willing to do for herself and she must come to realize that she...

Marriage: Can't get my husband to understand me., trouble in paradise, watching tv
trouble in paradise, watching tv, smiles: Hi Misty: Thanks for sharing this with me. There is one important step that I think you really need to take - find another full time job. And quit the evening job. I m serious. You are not living a life - you are existing from one day to the next. This...

Marriage: taken for granted, now resentful, awakening at midlife, filing bankruptcy
awakening at midlife, filing bankruptcy, amazon: Sorry to hear these things but I guess as life goes on we run into all kinds of situations, in the end we have to decide how much we can live with and either make a change or decide to go on. Always try to make a list of things to discuss that you d each like...

Marriage: how do i tell him?, habbits, disrespect
habbits, disrespect, connie: Hi Connie~ No one wants to go through a divorce. And there s no nice way to tell him you want a divorce. It s going to hurt him no matter how you break this to him. As long as he s using drugs and gambling, he s bringing you down along with him. It...

Marriage: I think my marriage is doomed, marriage counselor, anger issues
marriage counselor, anger issues, breaking point: Hi Bill~ If she absolutely refuses to get help for her anger issues or depression (which to me is sounds possible she has both). Then that leaves you with no alternative, but to consider a separation and possible divorce in the future. She has to first...

Marriage: i think i wan to marry her, right time, cousin
right time, cousin, relatives: Hi Rehaan~ It s b/c she s 16 and immature. A 16 yo girl is only into chasing guys. They re into dating, gossping with their friends, hanging out with friend, shopping, etc. As she gets older, then she ll mature more, and possibly be ready to settle down...

Marriage: Just your thoughts., real truth, hubby
real truth, hubby, life style: If your hubby says it didn t happen then you don t have a choice but to let it go. Otherwise you will torment yourself and eventually your hubby to the point of possibly ruining your marriage. The real truth is...it very well could have happened based on what...

Marriage: Just your thoughts......., radio talk show host, radio talk show
radio talk show host, radio talk show, talk show host: Dear R, I apologize for not answering your question sooner. I have been out of town and did not have a computer available to me. Here in the US (I don t know where you live), we have a radio talk show host by the name of Dr. Laura who answers a lot...

Marriage: Is it time to let go, saving your marriage, begining
saving your marriage, begining, adn: Hi Cara~ What is two more weeks, really? If it can mean saving your marriage and being able to work it out. But you must tell him that you re not willing to keep dragging this out. He must come to a decision at some point in time. That you are only...

Marriage: Is it time to let go?, mortgage payment, best of luck
mortgage payment, best of luck, adn: Dear Cara, If you and your husband have not been trying to mend your marriage it seems useless to remain under the same roof. I expect your husband knows what he wants but is either too afraid to make the decision, or there is another reason for his delay....

Marriage: Is it time to let go, couples therapy, bad person
couples therapy, bad person, stressors: Dear Cara, What it really comes down to is what feels best for you. If you don t think that two more weeks will change anything, then I would let go. If you think that he will change his mind and work things out, then wait two more weeks. There really...

Marriage: Is it time to call it a day?, heart to heart talk, time to call it a day
heart to heart talk, time to call it a day, heart to heart: Hi Fiff~ It sounds like you ve just slowly drifted apart over the years. And that you really just lack that connection you once had. It s not impossible to get those feeling back though. You have to be willing to work on the marriage though. I would...

Marriage: When is it time to let go, marriage counseling, marriage retreat
marriage counseling, marriage retreat, third child: Dear Susanne, Speaking with a counselor, on your own, is a great first step. It sounds as though your husband is fairly content with the situation so it puts it on you to take action. Generally when one spouse takes action to improve themselves the other...

Marriage: trapped, bitter custody battle, personality changes
bitter custody battle, personality changes, inhibitions: Dear Andrew, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com I hope that I can assist you with your question. I have one comment and one suggestion with regard to your post. First of all, the comment. As you know, alcohol is considered a drug that reduces...

Marriage: my tricky relationship, driving offences, four months
driving offences, four months, affection: Hi Lisa~ Be very careful and wary of love on the rebound. What I mean by this is, if you ultimately decide to break up with your partner. Don t go jumping into another relationship right away with this friend. As your friend has already mentioned, being...

Marriage: trust, place of employment, please answer
place of employment, please answer, 5 months: Don, Often people will get defensive for reasons that we cannot understand. If you felt bad about what had happened, you were in your right to make a point of mentioning it. This is what marriage is about. It is a communications thing. If you are unable...

Marriage: trust issues, stupid lies, trust issues
stupid lies, trust issues, stupid stuff: Hi Christine~ He shouldn t be lying to you, there s no excuse for him doing that. He should be man enough to be honest with you, and at least have the courtesy to call you when he s going to be coming home later than expected. He s not being respectful...

Marriage: trust, step dad, absurb
step dad, absurb, playing poker: Dear Christy, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com. I hope that I can assist you with your question. I think in this situation, your mom and step-father need to work out a compromise where her computer times is concerned. They need to work out an...

Marriage: Should I try and save my marriage for the sake of our Children., childrens sake, arguement
childrens sake, arguement, 13 years: Hi Richard~ I m a firm believer in never staying together for the sake of the children. In the end it just doesn t work out, and children can even come to resent the fact that you stayed together just for them. I will say though that if you want to work...

Marriage: trying to reconcile, self help books, foot pole
self help books, foot pole, taking responsibility: Dear tee, The real answer lies within you. Do you truly feel that you were not being a wife that appreciated, supported or loved him anymore? Or do you feel this was just an excuse because he met another woman? Even if you were not being the wife that you...

Marriage: trying to reconcile, self help books, foot pole
self help books, foot pole, taking responsibility: I don t think I would believe anything he says, sounds like he is trying to have his cake and eat it too. I think this time you have spent apart should just continue and develop into a new beginning for you. Try to find someone else, you ll be happier in the...

Marriage: UNDERAGE MARRIGE, mountain home arkansas, girl 16
mountain home arkansas, girl 16, couple weeks: Respect the parents wishes for a couple weeks and then see if you can have a second chance, and do things with her at the house with the parents present. Maybe they ll get some confidence. In anyone s eyes a boy 20 is too old for a girl 16. 4 years from now...

Marriage: I AM A UNHAPPY WIFE, angry all the time, migrain
angry all the time, migrain, family counseling: When a marriage gets this far gone, you really need some family counseling and a plan to work on, locally. Both partners need to make a fix-it list and sit down and work things out one at a time. If you can get participation you have a chance, if not, not....

Marriage: Underage Divorce, annulment, answer right
annulment, answer right, clerk of the court: Hi Megan~ In some states 17 is old enough to be emancipated and to make adult decisions on your own. And now that your married and out on your own. You should be able to get an annulment or even a divorce w/o having to consult or get the permission of...

Marriage: Underage Marriage, parental consent, marriage
parental consent, marriage: Hi Elizabeth~ No, that doesn t change just b/c you have a child together. You would still need parental consent to marry, if your underage. The laws for consent to marry vary greatly by state. Some states you can get married at age 16, and other s it...

Marriage: Uneven libido, chocolate cherries, depending on the night
chocolate cherries, depending on the night, sexy clothes: Marie, I think I should have married you, my wife is similar to your husband, and I always have to initiate. Our 4-6 times a week has backed off to 2-3 now that you mention it. What I would suggest is to begin to trickle it back to where you want it to...

Marriage: So Unhappy in My Marriage, religious family, background info
religious family, background info, eating disorder: Well it sounds like a trial separation would be what you need. Since you have the money, it shouldn t be a problem. Just let him know you would like to try this because you are not happy, and see how it goes. Don t make the mistake of finding someone while...

Marriage: Unhappy Marriage, heart to heart talk, unhappy marriage
heart to heart talk, unhappy marriage, part time work: Hi Sevak~ Yes, she probably does realize that she needs an adult and needs to contribute to helping out around the house, communicating better, etc. However, sometimes a person is stubborn and they refuse to change their ways (even if they know they are...

Marriage: Unhappy wife, sex and money, wits end
sex and money, wits end, concensus: Sometimes these things are best handled face to face with a local counselor. If you think you can both sit down with a list of positives and negatives about each other, and work through each one, gain some concensus on issues, perhaps you can resolve the issues...

Marriage: uk law, loving husband, hazel
loving husband, hazel, good luck: Hi Hazel, I don t know if it is lawful in the U.K., but I am wondering what you are still doing in that marriage? It seems pretty clear to me that your husband in not inclined to show much respect to you two being together. Think about it. Talk to him...

Marriage: under age, legal marriages, civil attorney
legal marriages, civil attorney, dentifrice: Kate: Most states recognize legal marriages from all other states but I do not specifically know about North Dakota and Colorado. A civil attorney can tell you that. At 16, you are probably fine. If I may, please let me ask to you seriously consider...

Marriage: underage marrige, emancipated minor, marrige
emancipated minor, marrige, ppl: Hi Lorrie~ If your father is in your life, then you can see if he ll sign the consent papers so that you may get married. The only other way would be to become an emancipated minor, which basically means to divorce your mother, so that you can make your...

Marriage: unhappy husband, don t cry, house calls
don t cry, house calls, breaking point: Hello Lisa, Ask him again to at least try counseling.Keep talking to him but don t cry or get angry.If he acts like he is not listening,then leave him alone for a few hours.Don t badger him.If he won t attend counseling and won t listen then ask him, What...

Marriage: unhappy marriage/desperate, hospice center, rocky marriage
hospice center, rocky marriage, second honeymoon: Hello Sally, Why not ask if you can travel once in awhile with him?Do you have someone that can take care of the child at home?Maybe an older sibling?You don t need to go all the time with him, but once a month would be a good chance for you to get away...

Marriage: I am so unhappy in this marrige, happy marriage, marrige
happy marriage, marrige, making love: Dear Cristin, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com. I hope that I can assist you with your question. Cristin, you have had three children in FOUR years? When have you had time to build a relationship with your husband? Do you think that being married...

Marriage: unhappy mother, marriage counselor, unhappy mother
marriage counselor, unhappy mother, trips home: Dear Marija, In a marriage there are compromises. There are some areas in a marriage where compromise can be easy and some areas where it is not easy. You may or may not have spoken to your spouse about how much you miss your home and career, it is...

Marriage: unhappy spouse, heart to heart talk, stay at home mom
heart to heart talk, stay at home mom, heart to heart: Hi Julie~ It seems that you really need to sit down and just have a good heart to heart talk with him. When you do, make sure you do it in a nonconfrontational way. This way he s more apt to open up and talk to you about what s really bothering him. ...

Marriage: urgent::having second thought::previous mails email id was wrong, asignment, bycycle
asignment, bycycle, boy and a girl: Well some men have to be taught to be attentive, so tell him what you want. Are you coming in with me? You will be engaged for a while so teach him what you want. If he responds positively fine, if not find someone else. Not all guys are able to read a girls...

Marriage: usband spent thousands on lap dances with nude strippers., lap dances, layover
lap dances, layover, flight attendant: I think your assessment of him is accurate, the real question becomes what to do. Frsnkly is he willing to come in line to save the mnarriage, do you want to? If so set up some criteria and then manage it. I hope it works out for you as you have given up so...

Marriage: Vacation, vacation money, family vacations
vacation money, family vacations, money time: Dear Emily, No, you are not being selfish. You want to take the vacation money you have and spend it on fun times together, just the two of you. I would set some ground rules that you both can agree on, such as, setting aside some money, just for vacations....

Marriage: Waiting??, leadership advice, loving relationship
leadership advice, loving relationship, serious relationship: Sheri, Look into your past. Have you always lived by the edge of your seat? Do you seek excitement? If you have, then maybe this is why you like men like this (someone who is not completely yours yet). This is not a bad trait; it just needs to be used in...

Marriage: Wandering eyes..., mid life crisis, wife monica
mid life crisis, wife monica, swimming coach: Hi again Dennis~ Good luck to you and hopefully your wife will come around and see to the light, and that what she s doing isn t appropriate at all. Try to be as supportive to her as you possibly can, but yet, at the same time, you must let her know where...

Marriage: Want to marry my widow aunty, first cousins, responsiblity
first cousins, responsiblity, hurdles: Hi Harish~ It s not unusual for this type of relationship to come about. In some states it s illegal for certain family members to marry. But that s usually first cousins or brother/sisters. I don t know of any law that says you can t marry your aunt...

Marriage: Wed night, male multiple orgasm, painful periods
male multiple orgasm, painful periods, woman god: Daniel, I want to make it clear that I am not an MD. I am a Dr of Theology so some of your questions I can only answer from the perspective of a man who has been married for 20 years. The best thing for your wife is for you to wear a condom. This way she...

Marriage: Wedding Date, pre marriage counseling, circus event
pre marriage counseling, circus event, intimate affairs: Dear Aaron, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com I hope that I can assist you with your question. My thoughts are that since you are already living together and going to school the only difference from your being married is a piece of paper. I...

Marriage: Wedding Night Sex/Scared, couples therapy, night sex
couples therapy, night sex, flashbacks: Hi Chelsea~ It sometimes can take years to get over the molestation through counseling. Don t give up totally and dismiss counseling altogether. It can work for you and help you to get over these feelings that you have since this all happened. It...

Marriage: Wedding night, jot ideas, lingerie party
jot ideas, lingerie party, wonderful marriage: Hi Ashley~ It sounds like you ve got everything covered! And it ll make for some wonderful memories on your wedding night. I honestly don t think there s anything you are forgetting. With the exception of maybe a few candles, some scented oils? I think...

Marriage: Wedding night, shoulder massage, lingerie party
shoulder massage, lingerie party, wonderful marriage: Dear Ashley- All the you mentioned sounds great. Some other ideas are: write him a short poem and read it to him, put on your favorite song and sing and dance to it for him, give him a foot and shoulder massage (guys really like this). Send him on a treasure...

Marriage: Wedding night, lingerie party, wonderful marriage
lingerie party, wonderful marriage, soft music: Dear Ashley, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com. I hope that I can assist you with your question. I was charmed by your letter. It is obvious that you are very much in love and want this to be the perfect night for both of you. Ashley, I don...

Marriage: Wedding ring., wedding ring, congrats
wedding ring, congrats, honesty: Tell your wife. Buy a new one. As long as you didn t lose it doing something you shouldn t have been doing everything will be fine. I m sure you are upset and your wife will cry but you can buy a new one that looks exactly the same. Honesty...always the best...

Marriage: Wedding ring., wedding ring, avail
wedding ring, avail, worst nightmare: Hi Steve~ You should retrace every possible step where you think you could ve lost it (around the house,or wherever you think you lost it). Hopefully it s bound to be around somewhere. If looking to no avail,then it ll be time to break it to your wife....

Marriage: Wedding ring., wedding ring, honesty
wedding ring, honesty, emotion: Dear Steve, I must be honest, I have never had that question before. Coming from someone who tends to lose things- honesty tends to work the best. Not only will you not have to rush out to buy one just like it and pretend it s the same one, you ll know...

Marriage: Wedding, monther, reception hall
monther, reception hall, wonderful family: Dear Kristy, You have made your decision and you should stick by it, it is your AND your fiance s wedding (I am assuming he feels the same way you do). Yes, divorce is hard, really hard. And when someone gets a divorce they generally want to do EVERYTHING...

Marriage: Wife Claims I'm not sacrificial enough, credit card debts, financial constraints
credit card debts, financial constraints, wife claims: Lionel, If you chose me to answer you question you must be looking for spiritual advice. I do not know what your church is and it does not really matter right now. Your focus is where it needs to be, on your family. You are not in a simple situation and...

Marriage: Wife's contact with ex lover, wonderful marriage, question thanks
wonderful marriage, question thanks, sexual history: Hi Mike~ If deep down inside it s bothering you this much, then yes, perhaps it is something you should be concerned about. Talk with her and see if you can t come up with some sort of compromise to fix this issue. If you don t and she continues this,...

Marriage: Wife's email relationship with ex-lover, spaghetti straps, yahoo email
spaghetti straps, yahoo email, hot date: Hi again Ben~ Yes, I knew that he contacted her first. And yes she s being deceptive by not letting you know that she s in regular contact with this ex-lover. A secret is a secret, and she shouldn t be keeping secrets from you, she should ve been honest...

Marriage: Wife had an emotional affair, emotional affair, councelor
emotional affair, councelor, mortagage: Depression is a factor of daily suffering in a situation in which you have no control, thus my advice to put an end to it. Since there is a child involved, there is a difference in that all three of you are or will be suffering in an abnormal situation. Since...

Marriage: Wife problems, wife problems, wise decisions
wife problems, wise decisions, acct: Dear Mac, You are certainly not alone! SO many couples, whether they have been married 2 months or 43 years(just got an email from a woman whose running into a similar problem), money is a challenge. People have different views on how money is spent...

Marriage: Wife thinks I look at women, rest of your life, disrespect
rest of your life, disrespect, many men: Dear Gopal, You stated in your letter that most of the incidents I have not been looking . Does this mean that you look some of the time? If you do, your not alone. Many men look at other women. It is OK if your wife agrees to it and she looks at other men...

Marriage: Work things out?, relationship counseling, marital stress
relationship counseling, marital stress, dear jill: Dear Janna, You two have sure been through a lot together. Relationships can be scary things because you really depend on something out of your control (another person s feelings, beliefs, behaviors, etc.) as part of the equation. It is always a risk to be...

Marriage: wanna to merrige a girl, which is not my cast, jehovah, hindu
jehovah, hindu, good luck: Hindu or Jehovah s doesn t matter here because she doesn t want it, as she has problem. She can tell you what to do, I hope you will respect her beliefs and she respect yours. The only solution where beliefs comes is talk to each other what to do. Good...

Marriage: I want to get married...he doesn't., open dialogue, dear mrs
open dialogue, dear mrs, committ: Kristen, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com I hope that I can assist you with your question. I have been where you are right now, sort of, so I understsand your feelings. Marriage is a touchy subject with a lot of people. To you, it means...

Marriage: i want married russian woman, mail order bride, kingdom of saudi arabia
mail order bride, kingdom of saudi arabia, woamn: Hi Ahmed~ So are you wanting to find a Russian bride? A Russian woman to marry from Russia, right? They have what s called a mail order bride. From places such as Russia, etc. I would suggest finding a company that specializes in that to help you...

Marriage: I want to marry...he isn't ready, kessler, ultimatum
kessler, ultimatum, holly: Hi Holly~ Maybe he wants to see if you re both compatible once living together. You truly don t know a person until you ve lived with them for a period of time (at least 3 months), to find out how they really are as a person. That s been my experience...

Marriage: She want's a seperation, colleague, honeymoon
colleague, honeymoon, three months: Hi Andy~ If you truly love her and really want to make the marriage work. Then you could want it out just a little longer. And to wait and see what she s actually wanting to do with the marriage. Her actions will speak louder than her words. Her...

Marriage: wanting to get out of the marriage, guilt trip, 5 months
guilt trip, 5 months, cocaine: Dear Dawn, You need to make a decision and you basically have three options. One is to leave your husband and your son and to be prepared for some hardships since this will be hard on everybody. You can meet another man, fall deeply in love, then you may...

Marriage: Is there any way to fix this problem?, juno account, free juno
juno account, free juno, high school friends: Hi Elizabeth~ I can see your issues with this. However, I have a couple of questions. What type of relationship did they have? And secondly were they friends before they married (like best friends, high school friends, HS sweethearts; anything of that...

Marriage: No way out?, female archetype, violent father
female archetype, violent father, thirst for life: Hello Mario, Jealousy is a snake that attacks the very core of a marriage. It is natural for men and women both to look at the opposite sex and appreciate a handsome man or the beauty of a woman. You have done everything possible to keep your marriage...

Marriage: wedding is in 26 days, college dorm, random girls
college dorm, random girls, female friends: Hi Keith~ If she s bad now, then she ll only get worse after the marriage. She will then think that she has a right to tell you what to do b/c she s your wife. If you have any doubt about marrying her it s better to put off the marriage for a while....

Marriage: Who's the wedding for, really?, maids of honor, marria
maids of honor, marria, religious aspect: Dear hotcakes, Thank you for your patience. Weddings, in my opinion are a celebration of a commitment. I too am not religious, or married and have been cohabitating for 12 of 14 years with my husband . You are not making a commitment to your your husband...

Marriage: weird sex, better orgasm, anal muscles
better orgasm, anal muscles, yeast infections: Hello Rich, You both need to discuss this with her doctor.Having anal sex all the time reduces the elasticity of the anal muscles.It can lead to lack of control eventually with bowel movements. There is also the possibility of infection.If she is on medication...

Marriage: How well do people generally know their spouse?, beneficial relationships, due lack
beneficial relationships, due lack, hidden debt: Dear Kevin, How well do people generally know each other- well enough to trust each other. Trust is the basis for most mutually beneficial relationships. What are some ways to open up communication-doing activities that you both enjoy or can begin together....

Marriage: My wife does not love me, good advise, heart to heart
good advise, heart to heart, seperate ways: Hi Claude~ I don t have any wonderful advice for you. But I do think she s just as hesitant as you to end the marriage. No one wants to go through a divorce. Let s face it, it sucks and it s just down right depressing to go through one. That s basically...

Marriage: wife before marriage, 6 years, teenagers
6 years, teenagers, insight: Hi Oscar~ It seems as though your jealous b/c of this. And really why should you be. What your wife did when she was younger is in her past. The past is the past and it can t be changed. How would you feel if the shoe were on the other foot. I mean...

Marriage: My wife is not phsically attracted to me, decompression sickness, short term memory
decompression sickness, short term memory, anger issues: Well if she was to change her mind, what would be different? I doubt she will change her mind if there is no change in her life, she has had enough and wants to try something new. So if there is a change you have in mind if she were to decide to stay, I d...

Marriage: my wife's sister, dinner bell rings, heroin addict
dinner bell rings, heroin addict, personal demons: Hi Rick~ It s high time that her sister got out and started living on her own and being a responsible adult and started taking care of herself. You can t raise her or fix any problems or personal demons she has to deal with. It s never a good idea to...

Marriage: My wifes male friends, open relationships, dear dave
open relationships, dear dave, male friends: Hi Dave, Yes, I did mean that when a man and woman are married, they should respect each other s feelings by not engaging in friendships with others. Some couples have set boundaries before marriage that they are willing to include and enjoy the friends...

Marriage: wills, legal expert, family member
legal expert, family member, wills: Dear Curtis, Unfortunately, I am not a will expert, but my thought would be that in a parents will you would name the recipient. If that recipent died then perhaps it would go to another family member, which could be considered by the law..a daughter-in-law....

Marriage: wondering?, mommy and daddy, part time job
mommy and daddy, part time job, deaf ears: Dear Michael, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com I hope that I can assist you with your question. To answer your question, I believe that the comment that your wife made to you about I wouldn t blame you if you did was her way of justifying her...

Marriage: I work hard so my husband can do nothing #2, marrages, screamer
marrages, screamer, rita: Hello Pepper, I wouldn t stand her in a corner.She is too young.Have her sit on the floor and tell her when she stops screaming,she can get up.She is at that age when they try out different sounds and noises.It will take a few days but every time she screams-make...

Marriage: working hard so he can do nothing, home clothes, horse lessons
home clothes, horse lessons, desk area: Hello Pepper, 1st thing,inform your husband that if he can t take care of the house and fix supper,he can move.With what you pay for his expenses and eating out, you could hire a babysitter that cleans.Why keep him if he isn t going to do his fair share?He...

Marriage: working out the kinks?, marriage counselor, happy as a clam
marriage counselor, happy as a clam, long term relationship: Dear Lindsay, Your experience is not uncommon, and it is healthy to have a reality check on your marriage. Trust is a feeling that builds in tiny steps, just like it look a while for your spouse to say what he felt about the marriage. The more you communicate...

Marriage: worried, raging hormones, relationship work
raging hormones, relationship work, marital problems: Hi Jamel~ With your wife being pregnant this is going to make her even more emotional due to the raging hormones that come with a pregnancy. Then you top it off by having marital problems and issues with a guy at her working trying to hit on her, etc....

Marriage: is something wrong with me???, different world, bad mood
different world, bad mood, stupid things: Hello Tina, You are normal,if there is such a thing.Talk to him about spending more time with you at home.If he says no,tell him it is time to talk to a counselor about your marriage. I understand that you are tired at night,don t try to change the...

Marriage: wrong marriage, amicable terms, serious relationship
amicable terms, serious relationship, rough time: Hi Beth~ I m sure you ll always care for him in some aspect. But it can t be helped that you feel sympathy for him. If you separate and divorce him, it s going to be a rough time for both of you. All you can do is take it one day at a time. Unfortunately,...

Marriage: what's wrong with me?, playboy magazines, attractive wife
playboy magazines, attractive wife, game sex: Tony, Sometimes I think going through the child birthing is harder on the man than the woman, and through this I think we see our wives in a different light than we did when we were just trying to get in their pants. Witnessing the mechanics of giving birth...

Marriage: should i get out, mental health hospital, vocka
mental health hospital, vocka, marrige: Dear Fran, You are in a bad situation and you already know it. You aren t happy. Your husband isn t happy and you aren t happy. Sometimes we make mistakes. When this happens it is best to admit it, accept the situation and move on with your life....

Marriage: What do I do?, sex before marriage, relationship with god
sex before marriage, relationship with god, daily basis: Patrick, Sex before marriage is wrong. You know that though. Stopping until you get married would be a good thing. The sin can be forgiven, but it has to be stopped. If you stop now and ask for forgiveness then do not do it until after you get married then...

Marriage: What should I do?, prostate cancer, good man
prostate cancer, good man, cancer scare: Hi Elena~ Your husband is dealing with something that is taking a huge toll on his self-esteem. See, when a man can t perform sexually that s a total blow to his self-esteem and self-worth. It probably makes him feel like less than a man b/c he can t...

Marriage: Why?, heart to heart talk, marriage counseling
heart to heart talk, marriage counseling, relationship work: Hi Mandy~ If he s being short-tempered and unloving, then there is something wrong with him. He s feeling/acting this way for a reason. The question though is why, perhaps only he truly knows why he s doing this. It s not fair to you though that he s...

Marriage: What is going on?, pre marital counseling, personality problems
pre marital counseling, personality problems, fairy tale: Brittney, When you think of marriage is what you just described to me your ideal. It sounds somewhat like a nightmare. So now is the time to use the rational part of your brain and make a decision. This will not get better once married. I know you love him,...

Marriage: What do I do??, best of both worlds, mail
best of both worlds, mail, turbulent time: My guess would be that there is somoene else, otherwise I doubt he would have rushed to be on his own. But these things create a turbulent time and I m sure he has a lot of mental anxiety, wondering what is the best route to take. His phone calls are likely...

Marriage: what to do, marriage retreat, marriage counseling
marriage retreat, marriage counseling, christmas eve: Dear Tim, It sounds as though you have taken some responsibility for your behavior in the past and that you still have feelings for your wife. Consider going to marriage counseling or on a marriage retreat (smartmarriages.com). Marriage have ups and downs...

Marriage: what to do, unfaithfulness, text messages
unfaithfulness, text messages, hes: Erin, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com. I hope that I can assist you with your question. It always troubles me when I get letters such as yours. Mainly because there is nothing good I can say about your husband s behavior. There is no reason...

Marriage: Now what?!, marriage councelor, cards on the table
marriage councelor, cards on the table, marrige: C, Well you both are people that cannot be trusted, so it s hard to know if there is any starting over. From her point of view, I don t think so. People that risk their children s security by indulging in affairs, have no regard for anyone. Kissing is as...

Marriage: thanks, quick responce, elk hunting
quick responce, elk hunting, hunting camp: Bonnie, I think what he means is he loves the situation you have allowed him. Having had his way for 22 years it will be hard for you to uproot his systems of deception. And sure as long as you don t object, he has a nice wife to come home to, someday...

Marriage: what should i do?, church minister, doormat
church minister, doormat, turnip: Hi, 1st thing is he abusive with you or the children?If he is,leave him immediately. If not,it depends on whether you still want to work things out or not.If you do,then tell him you are setting up an appointment with a church minister or a counselor.Explain...

Marriage: Where to go from here?, self help books, couples retreat
self help books, couples retreat, short temper: Well as quickly as possible you have to get to the root of the problem and I would suggest a third party of some sort help, could be a priest if you don t have $ for a counselor. It could just be living with parents but may be something more, especially since...

Marriage: Is it over?, patient person, evil ways
patient person, evil ways, fantasyland: Hi Oscar~ It s over if she refuses to see the error of her ways, and will not change. A person can only take so much of something before they break. The question here is when is your breaking point? You can t be in a one-sided marriage and expect it...

Marriage: What should I do?, long distance relationship, hero song
long distance relationship, hero song, what should i do question: Angel, I have to say that guys do show love and affection in different ways. Guys are not always verbal or even touchy feely. This does not mean that they do not love their wife, it is just their way. I would also say that at his age he is pretty set in...

Marriage: What can I do?, shocking lack, sure what this means
shocking lack, sure what this means, lack of communication: Dear Joanne, Thank you for contacting allexperts.com. I hope that I can assist you with your question. I must say that it sounds to me like you and your husband have a shocking lack of communication. Surely, you have some idea why he is so angry. ...

Marriage: Young Marriages, marriage decision, good paying jobs
marriage decision, good paying jobs, mature adults: Jin, There is no reason to rush into something you are not ready for. When you are out of college, have a good job, and are situated, you will be better equipped to make a marriage decision and juggle multiple activities. Experience life a little before...

Marriage: Young marriages, white wedding, better chance
white wedding, better chance, rest of your life: Dear Danielle, I have no doubt that you and your boyfriend love one another and are mature enough to take care of each other. The major concern I have, is that you both will change dramatically in the next 5 to 10 years. Sometimes people change a large amount...

Marriage: a year ago in oct I found..., seventeen years, wasting your time
seventeen years, wasting your time, length of time: Hi Anonymous~ If he gives you absolutely no money and doesn t support you,then what good is he to you? This is not a marriage to him,if it were he wouldn t be cheating in the first place. He s probably just staying around b/c you put up with his crap...

Marriage: Zodiac signs In marriage, zodiac signs, astrological signs
zodiac signs, astrological signs, life partner: A partner should be chosen according to your compatibility. Are you comfortable with them, do you love them unconditionally (no matter what zodiac sign they are). Do you you trust them, do you put their needs above all others, etc. Their zodiac sign should...

Married with Children: MMhim, arthur alexander, experts systems
arthur alexander, experts systems, oldies: Dear Michelle! Sorry for that delayed answer - I was on holiday and forgot to save that information in the all-experts systems. The episode you re looking for is It s #518 Oldies But Young Uns2 and the Song is called Go to him performed by Anna :...

Married with Children: Ratings???, nielsen ratings, timeslot
nielsen ratings, timeslot, three seasons: Dear R! Sorry for the delayed answer - I ve been on holiday and forgot to save these data in the All-Experts-System. There is not much info about the ratings for that show. I found only the Nielsen ratings for three seasons. Nielsen ratings 1994-1995...

Married with Children: Luke Ventura, stand up comedian, ventura character
stand up comedian, ventura character, waste of space: They got rid of Luke because he was pretty much a waste of space. They didn t really need a shoestore sidekick that early on. But the actor, Ritch Shydner, is a friend of the cast still. He s a stand up comedian mainly and has appeared in a couple other shows...

Married with Children: last show, married with children, moron
married with children, moron, laughs: Hi Ralph! The last official show was called How to marry a moron . It aired on the 5/5/1997. It s about Kelly going to marry. BUT 5 weeks after this episode (6/9/1997) another one aired Chicago Shoe Exchange . But this episode was taped before the...

Married with Children: Kelly stealing clothes episodes, explicit examples, rich men
explicit examples, rich men, passerby: hello! and sorry for the delay... The one that springs to mind other than your 2 examples is in A Three Job, No Income Family (314) Al says that Kelly s the good one because she comes home with new clothes but never asks for money, while Kelly looks...

Married with Children: Name of actress, cynthia songe, bundy
cynthia songe, bundy, married with children: Hi RPG! The cheerleader-trainer (Ms. Mount) actress was played by Cynthia Songe . The episode was #304 and titled Polk High Here are some pics: http://www.albundy.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=855 http://www.aveleyman.com/ActorCredit.aspx?ActorID=24573...

Married with Children: song, waitress, rollers
waitress, rollers, neighbours: Hi Vlad! Now we re getting closer. I think you mean episode 521 KIDS! WADAYA GONNA DO? (and indeed it s the 99th episode) The song you are looking for should be The Way We Were . Hope that helps, Daniel http://www.albundy.net http://blog.albundy.ne...

Married with Children: songs on married with children, bundy, al bundy
bundy, al bundy, married with children: Hi Dennis! The episode where Al is riding the motorcycle is episode 715 Heels on Wheels . The song was Born to Be Bad by George Thorogood and the Destroyers. The episode where Al does his workout should beis episode 722 TILL DEATH DO US PART . ...

Married with Children: married with children, walkies talkies, married with children
walkies talkies, married with children, walkie talkie: It sounds to me like the season one episode Where s The Boss , before Jefferson and waaaaay before Griff. It involves walkies talkies to an inept security guard, while Al is waiting for his boss to appear. There s a transcript here: http://www.albundy.net/marriedaniac/ate/script/0111t-i.htm...

Married with Children: Song in background, music costs, tainted love
music costs, tainted love, original version: Hey I believe you re referring to the song which is a sound-alike / replacement / musak version of Soft Cell s Tainted Love . The original version may or may not have aired in the original, first airing of this episode on FOX, but I haven t heard any confirmation....

Married with Children: Song in background, mwc, married with children
mwc, married with children, tainte love: Hi Witek! I just watched the episode and I don t know the song. After some google research which lead me to my own forum I found out the following: http://www.albundy.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=262 [...] That s the songtext. However, the song...

Married with Children: Two questions about episodes, cold weather, good game
cold weather, good game, season 3: Good thing you said it wasn t 924, as this is the only episode I can think of where Al says that line. The only other option I can think of involving Bud and a baseball is ep 312 ( My Mom, The Mom ) where Steve mentions that Bud broke his window (in the very...

Married with Children: Two questions about episodes, building a house, season 3
building a house, season 3, bud: Hi Tom! As far as questions one goes I can only remember the scene from episode 924. For the second question I have some episodes in my mind but can t check them out since we are at the moment building a house and I ve no access to my DVDs. But to...

Married with Children: Actress, Robin Killian, married with children
Robin Killian, married with children, actress: Hi Cathy! I m really sorry for the late answer - but I ve not been able to access my mails for the last 14 days. But here s what I ve got for you. The actress you are looking for is Robin Killian . In this episode she played the girl Natalie . ...

Married with Children: bundy reunion, reunion show, bundy
reunion show, bundy: Tony, I would love to see one too. They did have a 1 hour reunion special a few years after the show ended. The cast gathered on the reconstructed set and talked and showed clips. As for an actual reunion show with them in character, it doesn t look likely....

Married with Children: really random question..., random question, married with children
random question, married with children, donuts: Hi KJ! I remember some episodes with the word donuts in it but I can t remember that sweatshirt. So I postet the question on my forum - I m sure someone will know the answer. Here is the link to the question: http://www.albundy.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=3276...

Married with Children: MWC seasons, etc., ed o neill, television seasons
ed o neill, television seasons, actors actresses: Hi Blaine, Yes, most regular television seasons are from September to May, but every September to May show has a few hiatuses during the season to stretch it to May. I really couldn t say how much they got paid in the beginning, but towards the end...

Married with Children: What Happened to the Story line?, blond bimbo, lots of girls
blond bimbo, lots of girls, internal struggle: Hi Joe! I can only guess: Episodes are written by different writers and directed by different ones. So since the most episodes don t reference to each other. So for example proud to be your bud was written by Stacie Lipp and the next epixode luck...

Married with Children: Music on an episode, hi chris, news reporter
hi chris, news reporter, episode 1: Hi Chris! I know that song you re thinking of. But to be sure I watched the episode. It seems as this song has been written especially for the show. I always thought that s a real song, but it isn t. Sorry, I can t help you any further! Daniel ...

Married with Children: Season 11 episode 15, old time rock and roll, al bundy
old time rock and roll, al bundy, time rock: Hi Mark! I listend to the song now many times and tried to figure out it s origin, but I had no success. I couldn t find any hint of this song. But it s definitiv not old time rock and roll (but the melody souds quite the same). So I think that it...

Married with Children: Kelly Stealing Clothes, peasant garb, angry mob
peasant garb, angry mob, rock concerts: The ones you stated are correct... the ones you were told of? Not so much. She didn t steal her Weenie Tot clothes, she used Al s last $100 (instead of Bud using it to meet the President) in Weenie Tot Lovers And Other Strangers , or she hustled pool for...

Married with Children: MwC, married with children
married with children: Hi Amit! The episode you are searching for should be JUST MARRIED... WITH CHILDREN from season two. http://www.albundy.net/episodes/list.php?id=220 and http://www.albundy.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=849 Hope that help! Daniel http://www.albundy.net...

Married with Children: Looking for a song, best of luck, sage
Married with Children: Looking for a song, best of luck, sage

Married with Children: Looking for a song, karie, married with children
karie, married with children, zorro: Dear Karie! I m sorry to tell you that I couldn t figure out the song. Some words can be clearly heard but I couldn t find any song matching that lyrics. In all my stuff I ve collected where I normaly can look up such thing I couldn t find a thing...

Married with Children: enemies, google research, time age
google research, time age, soft cell tainted love: Hi bikerz! I already answerd the questions some time age (05/08/09 - Song in background). I just can give you the same answer: ---------------------- I just watched the episode and I don t know the song. After some google research which lead me to...

Married with Children: Props, livingroom, props
livingroom, props, ebay: Hi Ki! Props from the set are not for sale. They are all kept by Sony in their warehouses. But smaller props, like wardrobe and such things can be bought. Although you must have luck to find those things and they are not very cheap. You can also...

Married with Children: The Bundy's interior set., bundy, rosie
bundy, rosie, actors: Dear Rosie! The set has never been used in any other show. Maybe you ve seen a clip of the MWC Reunion Show - there the built up the set once again and the actors speak about their favorite moments. Hope that helps, Daniel http://www.albundy.net...

Married with Children: Song from married with children, married with children
married with children: Dear Sean! I know that song but the only thing I can tell you is, that this song was never on any episode. Since there have been a lot of songs in the show I m sorry I can t help you to find the episode you are searching for if you don t have any further...

Married with Children: Psyco Dad, psycho dad, noel
psycho dad, noel, pets: Dear Beatriz! Psycho Dad was mentioned in the following episodes. 501 - Al... With Kelly 621 - Teacher Pets 813 - The Worst Noel 823 - Kelly Knows Something 913 - I Want My Psycho Dad (part 1) 914 - I Want My Psycho Dad: Second Blood (part 2)...

Married with Children: 6th season episode, kelly bundy, pig party
kelly bundy, pig party, al bundy: That tune would be the theme song from The Facts of Life which was a popular sitcom in the US in the 80s. you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and then you have the facts of life, the facts of life... etc. As for pig/idiot parties...

Married with Children: 6th season episode, kelly bundy, al bundy
kelly bundy, al bundy, pig party: Dear Geof! The theme-song your are looking for must be the theme of Facts of Life . ============= There s a place you ve got to go for learning all you want to know about the facts of life the facts of life. When books are what you re there about...

Married with Children: Actress in Beach Episode, candy hutson, little girl
candy hutson, little girl, actress: Hi Steven! You are talking about episode 321 - LIFE S A BEACH . The girl you are asking for must be Candy Hutson . Here is a screenshot of her: http://www.albundy.net/temp/candy_hutson.jpg Hope that helps, Daniel http://www.albundy.ne...

Married with Children: Al/Buds baseball cards., ken hubbs, cu team
ken hubbs, cu team, baseball cards: As far as I know, there was no mention of any others, and like you said, the cards are too small to get a good look. It ll take someone with a very good knowledge of baseball cards (i.e. not me) to try and recognise some of the cards. Sorry I can t help further...

Married with Children: Al's varsity jacket, varsity jacket, stripes
varsity jacket, stripes, cheers: If you mean his Polk High jacket, the back is all black with two cream stripes running along the bottom and a fairly big cream (same colour as the sleeves) football with black stitching/stripes on it, near the top of the jacket. Hope that helps. Cheers,...

Married with Children: Bud Bundy, bud bundy, david faustino
bud bundy, david faustino, rap music: Hi Goeff! It s a bit silent around David Faustino. But he s still doing a lot of movies. Here are his last Movies: Easier, Softer Way (2006) Nice Guys (2006) Pre Approved (2005) Freezerburn (2005) He also had some guest appearances. ...

Married with Children: Bud, bud bundy, school library
bud bundy, school library, several times: Yep, Bud indeed attend college... he s the only Bundy that did, of course. :) It was Trumaine University, and he graduated in episode 1021, Bud Hits The Books (the episode where he got caught masturbating in the school library) Bud was in college from...

Married with Children: Bundy Wedding Song, dear kathy, peggys
dear kathy, peggys, trivia contest: Dear Kathy! Thanks for your question. After searching around a bit in my databases I found what you are looking for. The song We ve only just begun performed by The Carpenters is Al & Peggys wedding song. The information was seen in episode 515...

Married with Children: background infos and cast info, background infos, expert network
background infos, expert network, freemail hu: Dear Csabi! I would prefer if you ask your questions over the All-Expert network. If you think that the questions are not suitable for this platform you can contact me via my homepage http://www.albundy.net . PS: I m on holiday from Sunday on for...

Married with Children: Canadian Reference in MWC, canadian references, canada vancouver
canadian references, canada vancouver, canadian reference: Hey Vanessa! Canada, Vancouver or something about Canadian was mentioned in some episodes of MWC. Here is a list of all shows with the production Code (xxyy -- where xx is the season and yy is the episode): Vancouver, Canada (0205, 1107) Canada...

Married with Children: David Faustino, david faustino, home depot
david faustino, home depot, fiance: Dear Ricki! I haven t heard anything about this spot yet. I ve also did some research and couldn t find anything. So I can t tell you for sure that he didn t do that commercial. But to 95% I think that he didn t do that job! Sorry I can t give a...

Married with Children: a day in the life, amanda bearse, ted mcginley
amanda bearse, ted mcginley, flatrate: Dear Chris! A Day In The Life was a production of MTV. They accompanied a famous star one day long with the camera around the private and daily life to show the fans more about their star! So the they made a about 5 minutes clip with Amanda Bearse...

Married with Children: England, ugly witch, maxwell anderson
ugly witch, maxwell anderson, john maxwell: Hi John! You are right. There have been three episodes taped in England (In London and Surrounding). All the cast and the production crew spent some weeks in England to tape this three episode special called England Show . Here you can find Screenshots...

Married with Children: england, screen background, mwc
screen background, mwc, episode 1: Dear Eric! Honestly I ve to say that I don t know it realy. I only know that the episode was realy taped in England. So I m quiet sure that they didn t use a blue screen for that scene. Hope that helps, Daniel http://www.albundy.net http://blog.albundy.net...

Married with Children: Last episode, rena riffel, lauren hays
rena riffel, lauren hays, harold sylvester: Dear Marv! Here is the short summerary over the last episode. I have to say, that it was not a real last episode since they just stopped taping new episodes from one day to the other. All fans in the world are waiting that perhaps someday a real last...

Married with Children: Family TV show, family tv show, tony dear
family tv show, tony dear, wall humor: Dear Tony! That s really a bit vague, but let me guess. Perhaps you mean Unhappily Ever After . It was a sitcom with a family and a talking rabiit Mr. Fluffy . It was produced from 1995 till 1999. There have been the same writers and directors...

Married with Children: Name of actor, oxnard ca, tullis
Married with Children: Name of actor, oxnard ca, tullis, t shirt

Married with Children: The name of this episode??, beatles, arthur alexander
Married with Children: The name of this episode??, beatles, arthur alexander, b singer

Married with Children: Game Football, wendie jo sperber, game football
wendie jo sperber, game football, game ball: Hi Ben! Of course I m still answering MWC-Questions :) . The episode you are looking for is episode 613 (season 6 - episode 13) and is called I WHO HAVE NOTHING . Here is a short summary: Al discovers that he truly has no possessions of his own,...

Married with Children: Guest Starring B. B. King - Second Try, blues variation, street singer
blues variation, street singer, music html: Hi, B.B. King appeared twice in the episode, both time playing the same-ish blues variation. The title of the song is not known, but the song itself is known as his own compilation. Bundyology (http://www.bundyology.com/music.html) would have it listed,...

Married with Children: Hello again!Thank you..., charity song, ham sandwich
charity song, ham sandwich, bundys: That s 0709 - Rock Of Ages http://www.bundyology.com/hpg/709.html Al does call himself Axl Bundy, from Shoes n Socks I m not from Israel, but this guy is: http://www.bundypics.com/ and he s a good friend of mine (I m Australian) and the guy who...

Married with Children: Who hung up the phone???, voice mail system, kelly hope
voice mail system, kelly hope, alter ego: Hi David! It was episode 803 (8th Season Episode 3) Proud to Be Your Bud? . Synopsis: The family thinks Bud has flipped when they overhear his basement conversations with his cool alter-ego, who has grown weary of Bud s failures with women. Also,...

Married with Children: Who hung up the phone???, season 8, bundy
season 8, bundy, bud: Hi David, It sounds like the episode where everyone thinks Bud was crazy and Al couldn t do anything because he was on hold on the phone. It was Kelly who hung up the phone when she saw it laying there off the hook. She says something about how they...

Married with Children: Kelly Hair-loss, christina applegate, farce of the penguins
christina applegate, farce of the penguins, blonde wig: Dear Geoff! From Episode 1001 (Season 10, first Episode - 08/18/1995) till Episode 1024 (04/05/1996) Christina Applegate had to wear a wig because she had died her hair red. Here are two samples: - http://www.albundy.net/other_pics/israel/bundy_israel4.jpg...

Married with Children: Kelly's jobs, interesting jobs, screencaptures
interesting jobs, screencaptures, babysitter: Dear Skip! That must be episode 708 (season 7 - episode 8) KELLY DOESN T LIVE HERE ANYMORE . Here are some screencaptures and a short guide. http://www.albundy.net/episodes/list.php?id=708 Daniel http://blog.albundy.net http://www.albundy.ne...

Married with Children: Kelly's jobs, rock and roll girl, interesting jobs
rock and roll girl, interesting jobs, waitress: Hi Skip, The episode where Kelly was a roller skating waitress was the season 4 episode, Rock And Roll Girl , where Al says each family member needs to earn their own money, and Kelly eventually goes into a music video with Bud as her agent. Thanks...

Married with Children: Lyric, psycho dad, riding into the sun
psycho dad, riding into the sun, childish behavior: Hi There!, Sorry it took so long to get back. Holiday chaos is to blame. Sorry for that. Anyways, there s nothing wrong with enjoying a good laugh. Everybody should still have a kid inside of them. Lol. Anyways, here are the lyrics: Who s that...

Married with Children: Married With Children Special., ted mcginley, irchighway
ted mcginley, irchighway, best bet: hey there, sorry for the delay but I needed to get a new pw from AllExperts... anyway, your best bet to find this special is to get to the #marriedwithchildren channel on IRC (network: IRCHighway) or maybe Dan at albundy,net still has it available for download....

Married with Children: Married with Children, 4 digits, married with children
4 digits, married with children, digit number: Dear Joe! In one thing you are right, in the other not! 4 digits - correct in 1 episode - wrong But here is the information. We have two housenumbera. It was never cleared up why. Perhaps it was just mistake from the director or someone else....

Married with Children: Married with children, married with children
married with children: Hi Jimbo! Thanks for your questions! Unfortunately I don t have this special at the moment at the video of the month - But I ll upload it again sometime (this year). So please check the site from time to time for updates. I m sure there are many...

Married with Children: Married People, dark haired girl, blonde guy
dark haired girl, blonde guy, tvland: Hi Bill, I actually remember that show. I watched it a few times. I believe the managers were an older couple, and there was a younger couple with a blonde guy and a dark haired girl?. Yeah, I remember. Unfortunatley, no one else seems to remember....

Married with Children: Music Triviality Episode 3.18[053]"Married Prom", expertice, challange
expertice, challange, video tapes: Dier Art Armada! I m sorry but this is the fisrt question I can t answer at the moment. I looked through all my books and databases and papers, but I didn t find that songname. I will keep searching through my video tapes, perhaps I can remember that...

Married with Children: married with children guitar chords, frank sinatra, married with children
frank sinatra, married with children, guitar chords: Dear Murat! The song you are looking for is performed by Frank Sinatra and is called Love and in Marriage . Here is one addresse where you can buy the sheets: http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/store/smp_detail.html?sku=WB.VS1707&cart=32297441662989108&searchtitle=Sheet%20Music...

Married with Children: mwc, columbia tristar, fellow fans
columbia tristar, fellow fans, bundy: There has only been one official video released by Columbia/TriStar. This was the two-parter It s A Bundyful Life (1989). There are many Bundy fans (like myself) who do and are willing to copy and trade tapes with fellow fans. You may be able to get the...

Married with Children: Name of actor, chop shop, famous actor
chop shop, famous actor, shop til you drop: Hey Geoff! The actor playing the part of Officer Dan is Dan Tullis, Jr. . He is not a very famous actor - but here are a few series/movies where he had a part in (picked out without any order): The A-Team Home Improvement - Episode Chop Shop...

Married with Children: The name of this episode??, music store, oldies
music store, oldies, radio: Hi Wade! The episode is OLDIES BUT YOUNG UNS (518) Here is a short summary: Al is haunted by a tune heard on the radio which he can hum but not name. He similarly haunts Kelly s date who learns that he can look but not touch. The song is called...

Married with Children: Peggy and Al, favorite tv show, psycho dad
favorite tv show, psycho dad, maam: Hi Yvonne! Als favorite TV Show was: Psycho Dad. And you are right, it was cancelled. And the guys from No Maam protested against it. Peggys favorite TV Show is Oprah. She loves to sit on the couch and to watch the senseless talk show. Daniel http://www.albundy.ne...

Married with Children: Peggy's real name, katey sagal, wanker
katey sagal, wanker, bundy: Dear Candace! Do you want to know her name and age in real life or inthe sitcom? Here are both: Real Life: Name: Katey Sagal Birtday: 19th of January 1957 Sitcom: Name: Margaret (Wanker) Bundy Birthday: April 19?? (in Episode Every...

Married with Children: Question about a song..., stoyan, chuck berry
stoyan, chuck berry, test drive: Dear Stoyan! Sorry for the delayed answer! The episode you are talking about is episode #724 THE OLD INSURANCE DODGE . In the song you are searching for must be 2No Particular Place to Go by Chuck Berry. Hope that helps, Daniel http://www.albundy.net...

Married with Children: Re:- David Garrison, maried with children, rock and roll girl
maried with children, rock and roll girl, night in the ukraine: Hi Geoff! David had his last regular appearance in episode 414 (Rock and Roll Girl). But he had four guest-appearances in some lated episodes (617, 718, 817, 926). He left the show because he wanted to do more stage-acting. He acted in Musicals like...

Married with Children: rock bands in Married With Children, guns n roses, married with children
guns n roses, married with children, rock bands: GNR - yes. Megadeth - No. GNR was mentioned in two episodes: 0315 - The Harder They Fall (read the transcript here: http://www.marriedwithchildren.net/ate/script/0315t.html ) and 0411 - Who ll Stop The Rain (Bud is trying to make Kelly watch TV: ...

Married with Children: Salaries for actors, ed o neil, actors actresses
ed o neil, actors actresses, salery: Dear Geoff! There was - as far as I know - nevern an official statement about the salery of the actors. But roughly Ed O Neil got about $70,000 US$ per week. We can be sure that the other actors didn t get that much (would estimate from 20,000 - 50,000...

Married with Children: Salaries, ed o neill, mwc
ed o neill, mwc, point in time: Hi Geoff, I can t answer most of your questions. Their salaries were not made public most of the time, and nothing is to be found doing online searches. The only thing I do know, having heard it mentioned at the time, was that Ed O Neill(Al), was making...

Married with Children: Specials, amanda bearse, day in a life
amanda bearse, day in a life, dad: Hi Chris! I have on my website a special category Video of the Month where I upload videos of that kind. The A day in a life of Amanda Bearse (what the video is called exactly) was on of the first ones. I don t have it online at the moment. BUT I...

Married with Children: Specific Al Bundy Quotation, own tv show, kelly bundy
own tv show, kelly bundy, duke of earl: Hi Geoff! First of all I ve to tell you, that I m to not from the states, so I ve also no idea what this could refer to. But I know that great song. Gene Chandler was the man behind that hit. Here is a link to that song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwBdU1kSfOM...

Married with Children: Spin-offs, david faustino, christina applegate
david faustino, christina applegate, top of the heap: Hi Geoff! I m not quiet sure if we understand under Spin-off the same. But: 1) I ve never heard of any clauses forbidding them to do spin-offs. But of course it could be true. 2) The have been spin-offs episode like OLDIES BUT YOUNG UNS (518) which...

Married with Children: Spin-offs, bud bundy, david faustino
bud bundy, david faustino, christina applegate: Well, there were never any spin-offs about Bud or Kelly. There were three spin-off attempts of the show during the series run. The most successful of these - Top Of The Heap - lasted about 7 episodes and three episodes happened to feature either Kelly or...

Married with Children: on the set, pinto, couch
pinto, couch, few days: Hi k.pinto! In one episode they say, that the couch is manufactured by Mary but I think that was only in the story and it is not true. And I never heard any name of the manufacturer of that couch. BUT: Just a few days ago someone in my forum said that...

Married with Children: ted mcginley, ted mcginley, hi chris
ted mcginley, hi chris, fonz: Hi Chris, I don t recall Ted on Dynasty , but he was a teacher on Happy Days that worked with The Fonz who got into teaching as well. The other show he was on was The Love Boat , where he played the boat s photographer. Thanks for writing. ...

Married with Children: ted mcginley, ted mcginley, private number
ted mcginley, private number, arcy: Hi Chis! You ve got a lot of questions this week *great*! But I m sorry - I can t help you with this question. If you need Ted McGinley s private number *g* - sorry no idea. And the number of Jefferson D Arcy was - as I know - never mentioned in...

Married with Children: tv-show, popular tv show, english infos
popular tv show, english infos, bundys: Hallo Martha! See some english infos below: Das Lied nachdem du suchst ist das Intro zu der Show Facts of Life . Eine Serie aus den 80ern welche aber - soweit ich weiß - in Deutschland nicht ausgestrahlt wurde. Hier ein paar Links zu ein paar Informationsseiten...

Married with Children: Words to the PSYCO DAD theme song, psycho dad, riding into the sun
psycho dad, riding into the sun, psyco: Hi Joey, This is how the song goes: Who s that riding into the sun Who s the man with the itchy gun Who s the man who kills for fun! He s Psycho Dad! Psycho Dad! Psycho Dad! He sleeps with a gun, but he loves his son Killed his wife cause she...

Married with Children: It's a wonderful life Bundy episode, town councilman, al bundy
town councilman, al bundy, mafia don: Hi Geoff, I would be more than happy to answer your episode questions. 1. Steve returning to Marcy was episode 122, The Egg And I , from season 6. It aired on Feb. 16, 1992. 2. Kelly going out with a town councilman was episode 93, The Godfather...

Married with Children: Not sure!, bunches, sitcom
bunches, sitcom, pot: Hi Ellen, Seasons 7 thru 11 have not officially been released on DVD yet by the studio, and there has been no news on when they will. As for the episode you asked about, it was episode #192, No Pot To Pease In , from the 9th season. It originally aired...

Martial Arts: Beginning Martial Arts - Is it a good time? What to choose?, american kenpo, karate schools
american kenpo, karate schools, self discipline: Adam: Sorry I couldn t respond more quickly... Firstly, allow me to stress that you are not too old to begin studying a martial art. In fact, many seasoned instructors believe that children are not able to learn the arts properly without having to re-learn...

Martial Arts: Helping one's Boxing, mixed martial art, getting in shape
mixed martial art, getting in shape, combat sport: Hi Bill: Boxing is an excellent start for martial arts training. It offers competition, conditioning, and intuitive techniques. If you re not interested in MMA or submission fighting, you probably won t get a lot out of BJJ. Muay Thai or kickboxing...

Martial Arts: jkd, kung fu masters, progressive martial arts
kung fu masters, progressive martial arts, nubreed martial arts: Will, Those kung fu masters who questioned the effectiveness of JKD were probably never on the receiving end of anything JKD! We ve always maintained that a well-trained JKD students starts learning effective techniques from day one. In the New York area...

Martial Arts: ma, uechi ryu karate, self defense applications
uechi ryu karate, self defense applications, karate kempo: Hi Paul, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. I have often found that the Instructor has a much greater impact on how good the school is, rather than the Style itself. This is also true of how self-defense applicable what your taught is. It often...

Martial Arts: which one do I pick?, self defense applications, budget considerations
self defense applications, budget considerations, nut shell: Hi Mariam, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. What classes are available in your immediate area? How far are you willing to travel for classes? What are your budget considerations if any? Answering those questions will certainly help narrow down the...

Martial Arts: spiritual martial art, martial art styles, martial art style
martial art styles, martial art style, martial arts students: Hi Megan, Thank you for calling on me as your expert. I am not quite sure what you mean when you say a more spiritual type of martial art. All completely taught martial art styles should have a spiritual component. Any system you train in should have instruction...

Martial Arts: What style is best for me, kyokushin karate, jiu jutsu
kyokushin karate, jiu jutsu, san shou: Nico: It sounds like you have a good idea what kinds of practice you want to try. I can suggest looking into San Shou, Kyokushin Karate, Muay Thai, or other combat oriented arts. However, you ll be bound somewhat by the kinds of training offered by...

Martial Arts: Who is the baddest?, two different worlds, matt hughes
two different worlds, matt hughes, quentin rampage jackson: To answer you question it is really hard to say. You know your talking about two different worlds. I have seen Matt Hughes in a bar in portland OR I can say he carries himself differently. These are people with two totally different mind states. As far as...

Martial Arts: Fish-Oil supplements, fish oil supplements, omega 3 fish oil
fish oil supplements, omega 3 fish oil, pavel tsatsouline: Hello: I m not familiar with either of the two specific products you mention, but I do take fish oil supplements regularly. I ll try to give you some general advice. Fish oil is one of the most-studied dietary supplements. It has been shown to help with...

Martial Arts: training locations, steve grantham, chris ash
Martial Arts: training locations, steve grantham, chris ash, alan baker

Martial Arts: what is a good one, allexperts, martial art
allexperts, martial art, martial arts: Drew: There is no such thing as a good or bad martial art. There are only arts, instructors, and schools that are a good or bad fit for a particular student s needs and abilities. I would suggest looking at my past answers (http://en.allexperts.com/q/Martial-Arts-3210/indexExp_82839.htm)...

Martial Arts: Independent Training., tae kwon do, classical fencing
tae kwon do, classical fencing, personal suggestion: Andrew: In general, I m not a big fan of doing too much independent training without already having a good deal of experience. The biggest reason is that having a good foundation in some kind of training gives you a lot more tools for figuring things out...

Martial Arts: Martial Arts, Sumter Martial Arts, Brazilian Jui-Jitsu
Sumter Martial Arts, Brazilian Jui-Jitsu, Aikido: Daniel, Well as you already discovered that it is not about which style we like or want it is who is offering it and what they bring to the art, the class, and to ultimately you. So I think the best course of action would be to see what is around you do...

Martial Arts: training locations, rick mcelroy, steve grantham
rick mcelroy, steve grantham, francis fong: Enrico, Sorry for the delay in writing to you. I thought I had answered your question days ago. My friend Mark Mills at the Columbia Martial Arts Centre is the guy to check out. Rick McElroy is also in Hilton Head. Dick Harrell teaches in Charlotte at...

Martial Arts: type of mma, martial arts fitness center, martial arts fitness
martial arts fitness center, martial arts fitness, style combinations: Andes, I think the best combo from what you suggested would be the Muay Thai with BJJ. That gives a very strong stand up component with the wrestling for takedown skills and Bjj for ground submission skills. Karate/TKD are more for tournaments and not...

Martial Arts: Antagonistic muscles and punching, antagonistic muscles, antagonistic muscle
antagonistic muscles, antagonistic muscle, punching power: Hey Nikash, You strengthen the antagonists eccentrically, because during a punch, that s how they contract. By definition, an antagonistic muscle can not contract concentrically, so it makes little sense to train it in such a way. Additionally, training...

Martial Arts: what art should I choose, martial arts fitness center, martial arts fitness
martial arts fitness center, martial arts fitness, mr olsen: Will, As I tell most people looking into the martial arts. The 1st and most important thing you can do is look to see what is available in your area first. I say this because I would hate to tell you what I think would be best for you and that style not...

Martial Arts: Big biceps and punching, increase punching power, large biceps
increase punching power, large biceps, big biceps: Hey Nikash, I wouldn t put a lot of emphasis on biceps for punching power. Yes, weak biceps will decelerate your arm. But so will strong biceps. The only difference is that strong biceps will decelerate it later. However, biceps are rarely the limiting...

Martial Arts: Chosing the right style, control self, self confidence
control self, self confidence, leg work: Sorry, I had responded to your question much more into depth but for some reason there was an error. I would say to research the arts see what is around you. I recently have relocated and they do not have the art I was studying on the west coast(kung Fu)....

Martial Arts: Flat feet, acl mcl, challenges in life
acl mcl, challenges in life, black belts: Hello Avinash, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. I have great news for you! My feet were so flat that as a child I had to wear special made insoles to try to correct the problem... they didn t. I never let it become an issue with what I wanted to...

Martial Arts: what to do?, john mark painter, east nashville
Martial Arts: what to do?, john mark painter, east nashville

Martial Arts: A few questions, black belt, new style
black belt, new style, martial arts: Hi Bobby, Unfortunately this question is completely outside of my areas of expertise. I did find this link... http://www.usmaf.org/info/affiliates.html which leads to other links which may help answer your question. I would think that the place to start...

Martial Arts: Hi, muay thai, muay boran
muay thai, muay boran, wikipedia: This question is a bit outside of my area - I ve had some exposure to Muay Thai and read/heard some stuff about Muay Boran but haven t seen enough to form a solid answer. This wiki may be of more help than I can: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muay_Boran...

Martial Arts: Lower back and chin, back muscles, punching power
back muscles, punching power, blackout: Hey Nikash, 1. Yes, lower back muscles do contribute to punching power. Lower back muscles are your core muscles (among others), so they transfer force from the legs to the arms. 2. People black out from getting punched in the chin because the brain...

Martial Arts: Punching power, back muscles, upper traps, muscle contracts
upper traps, muscle contracts, punching power: Hey Nikash, Your lats contribute a great deal to punching power. If the traps are hiking up, the lats can t contract as hard. Why? because in this circumstance, the traps and lats are opposites, in terms of their location around the shoulder. Opposite muscles...

Martial Arts: question, martial art, elasticity
martial art, elasticity, bricks: Hi, Samer, The difference between materials and human is on REACTION, or response. I mean physically, human can act as a pumped up BALL. It can absorb and return the momentum of blows. So when we do martial art and train ourselves as the boards and bricks...

Martial Arts: sparring question, breast, white belt
breast, white belt, yellow belt: Laura, Thank you for your question. Whether it is legal for women to hit each other in the breast during sparring depends on the organization that is organizing the tournament. In all the tournaments I ve been to, yes, it was absolutely legal for women...

Martial Arts: I just started tkd, any advices?, martial arts, karate
martial arts, karate, martial arts training: Essa, I think the best advice I can give you is to of course practice in-between classes if possible and to stretch as much as possible. One thing I used to do a lot is while watching TV or even playing a game I would stretch during the show. Then during...

Martial Arts: what to do?, wado karate, tommy carruthers
wado karate, tommy carruthers, reputable source: Josh, Do either or both (if possible). You have a strong foundation on which to build. I m not sure how Tommy Carruthers online club works but if it s a reliable source of good information, then I d do it. As for DVDs, just make sure they too are from...

Martial Arts: advice..., kenpo karate, street self defense
kenpo karate, street self defense, defense art: Lee, Yes - self-defense is a lot more than learning to fight and I m glad you realize that. However, learning how to fight at some level is obviously important to a complete self-defense plan. If you ve read any of my other posts about choosing a style,...

Martial Arts: book = foxpro 2.5 made easy by r.k. taxali, e book reader, danny inosanto
e book reader, danny inosanto, turtle press: Jitendra, I do not think Fox Pr0 2.5 is a Wing Tsun Book. It may be an e-book reader. That would make more sense. As to your other question on what books to look for, her are some suggestions. Bruce Lee s Fighting Method series Tao of Jeet Kune Do...

Martial Arts: Choosing a martial arts school., proper fist, knuckle joints
proper fist, knuckle joints, eastern religions: Joshua, First off, thank you for your question. This is a definitely the right question to ask - what school will meet my needs and size? . First off, chi is a Chinese term for inner energy - in Japan they call it Ki . It is a tool that has been...

Martial Arts: Iaido vs. Kendo, Iaido, Kendo
Iaido, Kendo, Iaijutsu: Terrence, Iaido and Kendo, although both forms of Japanese swordsmanship, do differ quite a bit. Iaido and Kendo are both modern derivatives of Iaijutsu and Kenjutsu, respectively. The biggest difference you ll notice in the practice of kata, or forms,...

Martial Arts: MMA competition technique, Martial Arts, Sumter SC
Martial Arts, Sumter SC, Shaw AFB: Rick, Well I certainly cannot speak for all MMA fighters, as I feel some do have great techniques. But yes there are some as well that just come out swinging and do very well. The question you ask, I have thought of for a long time. But have you ever...

Martial Arts: Which martial art should I choose?, martial arts lessons, martial arts schools
martial arts lessons, martial arts schools, Sumter martial arts: Joshua, I would say the area you want to look into would be a Judo, Jui-Jitsu or MMA school. There are other options such as Sambo or Shuai Chao, but a lot of what you get to pick from will depend on what is offered where you live. As to the whole Chi/Ki...

Martial Arts: Which martial art should I choose?, proper fist, knuckle joints
proper fist, knuckle joints, eastern religions: Joshua, Sorry this one took a while to get back to you on - I never knew it was sitting out there and just got an email on it. Anyway, to your question: First, it s never a problem to start at pretty much any age. While the younger you start, the better,...

Martial Arts: Which martial art should i choose?, Martial arts, JD Olsen
Martial arts, JD Olsen, Karate: Michael, I get these types of questions a lot and it is honestly hard for me to tell you what I think you might like or might even have access to. What I would suggest is to see what is available to you and start like that. Also I recommend trying out...

Martial Arts: What martial art should I choose?, mr fossett, proper fist
mr fossett, proper fist, knuckle joints: 1. If your primary interest is fighting and self-defense, I would suggest looking for a combatives type program. Krav Maga, RBSD (reality-based self defense), etc. Check YouTube to get an idea of what each art looks like - it will help you better than any...

Martial Arts: Which martial arts is best for me, heart defect, heart condition
heart defect, heart condition, art system: Certainly the internal arts would be less likely to put a lot of stress on your heart - Tai Chi, Chi Gung, possibly Bagua (though this one is a bit more active than the other two). Most instructors, though, should be willing to work with your condition....

Martial Arts: martial arts classes, martial arts education, learning self discipline
martial arts education, learning self discipline, tae kwon: Hey Meg. I am very glad to hear that you re interested in the cultural aspect of martial arts. For me, it is one of the most important facets of training. Without something more, it s just fighting. It is very important to remember that each school, instructor,...

Martial Arts: Quality vs. Quanity, chicago rush, martial skill
chicago rush, martial skill, kwoon: I m glad you found my previous post useful :-) Your first question depends pretty much entirely on you. It is possible to develop martial skills working out 2 days / week or even 2 / month if you re willing to put in dirt time outside of class. The...

Martial Arts: Which style should I choose?, proper fist, knuckle joints
proper fist, knuckle joints, eastern religions: Hi Josh, Go read a book or something... Just kidding. Here we go... 1.What s the difference between ridge and knife edge strikes? A: Ridge is inside (thumb side) edge or your hand. Knife is the outside edge of your hand. 2.I heard that performing palm...

Martial Arts: What type of martial arts is for me, target destruction, hand to hand combat
target destruction, hand to hand combat, karate styles: Cameron, It sounds like you want some form of Gung Fu, or something dealing with pressure point training. Wing Chun, Wu Shu and a few karate styles offer this. I would think you would need to ask the instructor of the schools you find if they offer this...

Martial Arts: 5 year old and martial arts, shelly shelly, address discipline
shelly shelly, address discipline, choosing a school: Shelly, Martial arts can be a great outlet for kids, and it definitely can help address discipline and aggression issues. Keep in mind that it s a twofold approach - things outside the home (karate) and inside the home must work together, karate won t...

Martial Arts: over analysing?, modern arnis, self defense situation
modern arnis, self defense situation, chi sau: Wow! It won t take me a year to answer it ... but it is going to take some time. Fortunately for you, I m currently on the road, using my cellular modem and waiting for a large file to download so I have some time :-D OK. I ll attempt to answer the questions...

Martial Arts: grip training, smooth circles, forearm strength
smooth circles, forearm strength, five circles: Brian: I feel your pain; though I ve never injured a wrist badly, I have broken fingers. I think most martial artists do some damage to their hands and feet as a matter of course in training to use these sensitive areas of our bodies as weapons. As for...

Martial Arts: Hapkido, defensive perposes?, self defense applications, multiple systems
self defense applications, multiple systems, different styles: Hi Steven, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. I have often found that the Instructor has a much greater impact on how self-defense applicable what your taught is than the style itself. If you enjoy Hapkido go with it as a base system. I believe...

Martial Arts: Hapkido, defensive perposes?, mental stress, defense purposes
mental stress, defense purposes, practical art: In reality, there are two things that make someone effective in real combat: 1) The person 2) The training Now within training is what you have trained in and how you have trained in it. I hesitate to ever tell people that one style is good and...

Martial Arts: Help me pick a style., tae kwon do schools, free introductory class
tae kwon do schools, free introductory class, tai chi chuan: Bottom line - one that you are comfortable with the environment, training facilities and instructors. Many people ask the style questions, but really, there are so many out there, it s tough to ever say you should pick one of these. The truth is, I ve...

Martial Arts: Martial arts styles, san shou, religious aspect
san shou, religious aspect, street fights: Nico: If you want to kick ass, Krav Maga will probably be a short route to that end. As far as religion goes, I strongly urge to to avoid any martial arts school that mixes religion with practice... but that s a whole other story. Find a school...

Martial Arts: what do i need, martial arts instructor, teaching certificate
martial arts instructor, teaching certificate, cameron: Cameron, At the least you need a teaching certificate from a recognised instructor, organisation or association; something that qualifies you to teach. You need to have been a student long enough to have gained knowledge and understanding which you can now...

Martial Arts: Point Fighting, ryu karate, stalker
ryu karate, stalker, target: Hello Josh, To me point fighting is a glorified game of tag, that s it, nothing more. I used to blitz alot, get in and get out to a scorable target. I m also a stalker, I don t let them come to me, I hunt them down, don t give them a chance to score....

Martial Arts: Reaction Time?, karate class, extreme stress
karate class, extreme stress, stress conditions: Tiffany, I can understand why you would think reaction time is the culprit here, but allow me to suggest another idea. Try training very slowly. Step by step, noticing all the proper techniques. Practice with good technique for a little while. Do not...

Martial Arts: size/strength, stretching, craig macdonald, chin ups
craig macdonald, chin ups, weight training program: Craig, You know I really don t consider myself qualified to answer questions about creatine and weight training, etc. That said, here s what my bodybuilding program looks like: 3 x week I m in the park with my TRX gear (www.fitnessanywhere.com) 4 x week...

Martial Arts: Are Tonfas Useful Today?, self defense weapons, true self defense
self defense weapons, true self defense, pool cue: One issue of traditional oriental weapons in self-defense today is that, by their very nature, are an outdated method of fighting. They are outdated for many reasons, not the least of which is weapons change, but so do laws. For practical self-defense, you...

Martial Arts: Whats Next?, jeff joslin, armbar
jeff joslin, armbar, long legs: Hey Adam: That s really great. I m glad I could help. It also sounds as if your passion will help others. That s what happens when you go with your most positive instincts. Definitely let me know how your wrestling team does. If your coach is as good...

Martial Arts: workout for the legs, salem assli, tae kwondo
salem assli, tae kwondo, high kicking: Josh, My Savate instructor Salem Assli says, If you can do more you can do less . At my school we ve developed a saying, We want to overtrain so we can underperform and still be effective . In other words, even if you spend a lot of time kicking mid...

Martial Arts: Which should i choose to study?, learning self discipline, shaw afb
learning self discipline, shaw afb, types of martial arts: Cory, What I would suggest first of all is to look in your area as to what types of martial arts are available to you. Without knowing what you can choose from, it would be hard for me to guide you to the right style. But from what you wrote I would...

Martial Arts: Extreme fighting, martial arts academy, rickson gracie
martial arts academy, rickson gracie, frank shamrock: Carl, It all depends of the fighter. SO of the fighters have extensive training in various styles and it shows, other have training in maybe one discipline and try and just get by on that. Others have really no formal training and just brawl as you...

Martial Arts: exercise, turbulence training, matt furey
turbulence training, matt furey, craig ballantyne: Yael, Unfortunately I only have the JKD series on Expert Village right now. In the months ahead I ll put up some more on those areas you requested. For right now, I d just do a search on Expert Village to see if there s anything available. You could also...

Martial Arts: Jui Jitsu, big dogs, visual indicator
Martial Arts: Jui Jitsu, big dogs, visual indicator, sparring partners

Martial Arts: Incorporating other styles into Karate, eclectic martial arts, ryu karate
eclectic martial arts, ryu karate, karate system: Hi Ben, Sorry, I m a bit under the weather today and not up to pages just yet. However, If you want to keep a correspondence going I have no problem with that and we can get into more detail as we go. Let s see... Is it very common for Sensei s to adopt...

Martial Arts: Jui Jitsu, little old lady, spring chicken
little old lady, spring chicken, happy medium: Terri, What I do for something like this is do what I call controlled sparring. It sounds like there is a lot of sparring in your class and often ego or pride get in the way and guys tend to go harder or wait longer for the tap. So as I said the way...

Martial Arts: Kung fu, martial arts academy, egg shell
martial arts academy, egg shell, kick boxing: Michael, That is a very tough question to answer. What I would recommend is if you have the other styles available to you and if they offer a trial program then I would check them out. It is going to come down to what you like better and where your heart...

Martial Arts: Looking for a martial art for me, high school football, excellent starting point
high school football, excellent starting point, best direction: Steve: If your primary goal is to get in shape while learning a martial art, I would suggest boxing as an excellent starting point. Boxing training is very intense and focuses on agility and coordination as well as endurance. As a martial art, boxing will...

Martial Arts: Martial Arts, kapap, combat style
kapap, combat style, muay thai: Nico: Sorry I couldn t get back to you sooner; I ve just moved back t Japan, and I haven t had a chance to hook up the internet at home yet. It sounds as if you re primarily interested in combat-style arts, but correct me if this assumption is incorrect....

Martial Arts: Martial Arts, navy seals, killer instinct
navy seals, killer instinct, seal training: In such a case, check out some of the Phillipino arts such as Silat. Some of these emphasize a killer instinct and do a lot of knife fighting, which could supplement your Seal training. Outside of the military, you may have trouble finding good training in...

Martial Arts: martial arts - which one for me?, tae kwon do, self defense situations
tae kwon do, self defense situations, cross country skiing: Hi Jennifer. Since I don t know the extent of your hip injury, I can only offer some basic recommendations, but that should be enough to get you on your way. I want to mention that a martial art that uses kicks may help increase range of motion and integrity...

Martial Arts: Which martial arts style is right for me?, martial arts style, budget considerations
martial arts style, budget considerations, nut shell: Hi Judy, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. What classes are available in your immediate area? How far are you willing to travel for classes? What are your budget considerations if any? Answering those questions will certainly help narrow down the...

Martial Arts: best martial arts for me, meaningful value, straightforward answer
meaningful value, straightforward answer, art system: There is no simple, straightforward answer I can give you. Size, weight, strength and fitness are only part of the equation - and, ultimately, a pretty small part. Some much larger components are personality, mindset and training goals. Here s my list...

Martial Arts: choices, wing chun, grappler
wing chun, grappler, real fight: Whew ... here s where things will get a little controversial. Also, I apologize beforehand for the soapbox ... this question crosses into some sensitive areas for me. Bear in mind that these are purely my personal thoughts/feelings and you (or anyone else...

Martial Arts: How to deal with "haters"?, budo taijutsu, personal credentials
budo taijutsu, personal credentials, defence capabilities: Dear Jernaugh, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. I am going to try to give you a real answer, but I also have some questions for you. My questions are... Where are you encountering these jerks? Are they unavoidable, and if so, why? I would ask,...

Martial Arts: decide, wing chun, excellent schools
wing chun, excellent schools, physical fitness: Danny, You said something very interesting there: It all just ends up looking like boxing/kickboxing for the most part anyway . That s why Bruce Lee moved in the direction of kickboxing 40 years ago. However the if _________ was any good, you d see it...

Martial Arts: Fitness for Boxing, skipping rope, exercise routine
skipping rope, exercise routine, minute rest: Hey Simon, There are quite a few things you can do for conditioning. Get a skipping rope. It can be very useful. All you do is skip for the same duration as a round. If in the amateurs, the rounds are 2 minutes, skip for 2 minutes, and rest for 1 minute....

Martial Arts: what would happen?, mixed martial arts, kickboxers
mixed martial arts, kickboxers, ufc: Josh, Some K1 fighters are from UFC and PRIDE, and can do both. As to would K1 fighters do well in MMA, some would. Yes they would have to learn some grappling to stay competitive but I have seen some good kickboxers do very well in UFC. More than...

Martial Arts: kick fighting..., repetition weight, leg curls
repetition weight, leg curls, ankle weights: Hi, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. This question is really outside my area of expertise but I will try to give you some suggestions. Weight training using heavy weights at low repetitions will help build bulk muscle, strength and power. I would...

Martial Arts: martial art, hey julie, separation problem
hey julie, separation problem, question the answer: Hey Julie, Thank you for your question. The answer to whether you can learn at home or not is a little complicated. It depends on what your goal is. Why do you want to do martial arts training? If your goal is fitness, then yes, practicing at home...

Martial Arts: martial art weapons, traditional chinese weapons, martial art weapons
traditional chinese weapons, martial art weapons, period weapons: Martial art weapons are, by definition, any weapon used in personal combat. Glaives are actually medieval period weapons and used by foot soldiers against armored opponents. They are considered pole-arms and were often used against mounted enemies. Now,...

Martial Arts: Solo training, class drills, solo training
class drills, solo training, arts teacher: Hey Andrew, There s a few things I would recommend for solo training. First, work your basics. The foundation is extremely important, and you want it to be really solid. Once it is in fact solid (hopefully when you go back to training), your progress...

Martial Arts: Speed, visual cues, last nail
visual cues, last nail, visual performance: Pol, These really are questions that are best answered by your instructor. For example, you mentioned blocking and that your art is wing chun . But to my knowledge, there is no blocking in Wing Chun, so I don t know how best to advise you. A live person...

Martial Arts: Speed, movement time, mental inventory
movement time, mental inventory, straight punch: Hey Pol, There are actually 2 components to speed: there is reaction time, and there is movement time. They are not related to each other. You can work on reaction time without improving movement time, and vice versa. Having said that, improving your...

Martial Arts: Speed, focus mitts, good body mechanics
focus mitts, good body mechanics, target area: I actually recommend that people focus on good form developed by training slowly. Developing good form leads to good body mechanics and good body mechanics are vital to power. Speed will evolve naturally over time. If you try to reach for speed too soon then...

Martial Arts: which would suit me, cardio workouts, prior training
cardio workouts, prior training, kick boxing: Like I said, physical build is only one part of the equation. Are you interested more in sport, or in health, or in protection? And even that doesn t really address the whole situation. You have to make that call for yourself. Based on your post, though,...

Martial Arts: weapons, metal projectile, glaive
metal projectile, glaive, bladed knife: Hi there Jordan, The glaive in the Blade movie was used in a similar fashion to a throwing star. But in the film he was able to control it in a similar fashion to a boomerang. Unfortunately, I don t think it s possible to throw a metal projectile with...

Martial Arts: weapons, edged blade, axe head
edged blade, axe head, shaw afb: Jordan, It is not a weapon I am familiar with in the martial arts world. For us a Glaive is like a spear. I found this and hope it helps. From Wikipedia A glaive is a polearm consisting of a single-edged blade on the end of a pole. It is similar to...

Martial Arts: which one, wing chun school, school doesn
wing chun school, school doesn, physical fitness: Danny: Sorry I couldn t reply to your post sooner. In your case, I would probably suggest Muay Thai. I agree very much that live training is essential for self-defense and fighting skill development. If the Wing Chun school doesn t offer enough of...

Martial Arts: Which 4, karate jujitsu, martial arts academy
karate jujitsu, martial arts academy, karate styles: Josh, Well to begin technically Jeet Kune Do is not a style or art. Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do could be and is said to be the style that Bruce Lee taught while he was still alive, but ideally JKD is a concept to add to your current training. To me it means...

Martial Arts: different styles of martial arts, different styles of martial arts, styles of martial arts
different styles of martial arts, styles of martial arts, different types of martial arts: Robert, I have a few on my site www.keishidojo.com, with Aikido, Karate, Jui-Jitsu, and Kali listed, along with links to other sites as well. Other sites such as wikipedia have a very good database of styles that is constantly being added to. www.martialinfo.com...

Martial Arts: what is effective, chinese martial art, iron fist
chinese martial art, iron fist, iron shirt: Hi Dave, Thank you for asking. In most Chinese Martial Art, the principle seems to start from assumptions and then responses. From old masters, I understand that one form can be effective against the other, but may be total useless when against the third....

Martial Arts: Martial art vs Sport?, mutual responsibility, sensei
Martial Arts: Martial art vs Sport?, mutual responsibility, sensei, martial arts class

Martial Arts: Heavy Bag for Martial Arts?, ceiling joists, handwraps
ceiling joists, handwraps, practice routine: Michelle: Bag training can be a great addition to a martial arts practice routine. What better way to improve you skills at hitting things than by actually hitting things? I m sure your boyfriend will be extremely happy. I don t know where you live,...

Martial Arts: what would happen?, muay thai, elbows
muay thai, elbows, thai boxing: Josh, You just experienced what many Thai boxers have experienced many times: namely, that the elbow is a great cutting tool. Personally I think that a good elbow to any anatomically weak spot on the human body would do a lot of damage. Are you thinking...

Martial Arts: Karate School, wado karate, karate schools
wado karate, karate schools, karate school: Hi Piper, Thank you for choosing me as Your Expert. Wow, a dead heat huh. Assuming that you ve spent time at both schools, checked out the instructor(s), and sat in on some classes including an advanced class or two; here s my suggestion... Tie breaker...

Martial Arts: Kicking Martial arts, martial arts academy, tae kwon
martial arts academy, tae kwon, quite some time: Drake, Tae Kwon Do or Capporia would be a good one as well. If I had to choose I would pick the Capporia, but those schools are hard to find. TKD schools are everywhere. Those are the only two I can think of off hand, I hope it helps. Good Luck, ...

Martial Arts: Martial art for Marines, states marine corps, judo school
states marine corps, judo school, russian sambo: Sgt Davis, I would suggest looking for a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) program as that is basically what MCMAP is. Striking from Muay Thai, joint locks from systems like Aikido, and ground fighting from Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Russian Sambo, and Japanese Judo....

Martial Arts: Martial art vs Sport?, martial art sports, combative martial art
martial art sports, combative martial art, olympic judo: Interesting question. I would say that spiritual/mental aspects are indicators but not really the difference. The traditional aspects are even less of a differentiating factor. As one instructor that I highly respect said, You can tell a sport...

Martial Arts: martial arts, kyokushinkai karate, karate schools
kyokushinkai karate, karate schools, masutatsu oyama: Hi Matt, I believe the best place for you to start your journey would be here... http://www.kumadojoassoc.org/. You may also wish to check these sites... http://www.kyokushin4life.com, http://www.kyokushin-selfdefense.8m.com, http://www.kyokushin-tezuka.com,...

Martial Arts: is it true, wado ryu karate, martial arts academy
wado ryu karate, martial arts academy, element of surprise: Josh, Yes it is. I actually had a 120lb, 4 10 girl bring down and man that was 260+lbs, and 6 3 . The trick is using their momentum and leverage. The element of surprise is essential too. If the attack is not a committed one then the techniques in...

Martial Arts: why, subtle strategies, genres of music
subtle strategies, genres of music, sport environment: Well, Josh, as you wrote, everyopne hase to fins out what works for themselves. We all have different strengths and weaknesses, and we perform best when we capitalize on our unique qualities. In the past, the only way to learn was through trial and error,...

Martial Arts: Advice for well being, martial art styles, tai chi chuan
martial art styles, tai chi chuan, shintaido: Hi Genevieve, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. First off let me say that I hear you. I believe I understand what your saying and asking. All completely taught martial art styles should have a spiritual component as well as increasing health, body...

Martial Arts: I bet you hear this often but I have a question., anger issues, striking style
anger issues, striking style, vacation dates: Maggie, Wow sorry I have not replied, I forgot to put down my vacation dates. I am back now and here is your answer. Of course the Internet or phone book would be a good start. Also you could ask some friends if they know any martial arts schools in...

Martial Arts: Most damaging type of marshal arts, marshal arts, kick boxing
marshal arts, kick boxing, akido: Sorry it took me to long to answer your question. If you haven t already found your answer then ill explain best I can. Different martial arts are for different types of people for instance if you were smaller and wanted to face bigger targets or multiple...

Martial Arts: Expanded question on girls martial arts..., wing chun, sumter sc
wing chun, sumter sc, second choice: Brundan, I would look to Wing Chun if you have it in your area. That is the style Bruce Lee studied and I believe it was developed by a woman. My second choice would be Aikido. Many women like that style as it is based on leverage and not muscle. ...

Martial Arts: what you think?, tito ortiz, standout
Martial Arts: what you think?, tito ortiz, standout, karate

Martial Arts: what you think?, wado karate, royce gracie
wado karate, royce gracie, street situations: Josh, A lot of what works for a person, depends on the person. More than any style I feel the person is what makes the difference. In the early UFC s Royce Gracie shocked the world with a non striking style of Jui-Jitsu, and recently there is a guy (I...

Martial Arts: Which one for me?, cardio workouts, grappling arts
cardio workouts, grappling arts, kicking arts: Steve, Well, the biggest thing for you to look for is what is available in your area - as the secret to finding the right match is actually a combination that starts with what schools are in your area that you can commit to training at 2-4x/week. Based...

Martial Arts: Best Martial art for me ?, tae kwon do schools, extreme martial arts
tae kwon do schools, extreme martial arts, street purposes: Ryu, XMA is its own type of martial arts. Ofter Karate and Tae Kwon Do schools offer XMA programs. The style would be a type of karate or TKD but the focus would be the fancy techniques that you see on something called trickz and other acrobatic martial...

Martial Arts: Breaking, full contact fighter, ki energy
full contact fighter, ki energy, palm strike: Hello Peter, I wanted to follow-up with you and hear how it s going. How is your progress with the exercises I gave you? Do you have any more questions or need additional help? I also wanted to make some suggestions on conditioning your hands for breaking....

Martial Arts: Hapkido or San Soo, teakwando, martial way
teakwando, martial way, san soo: Unfortunately these are two arts I know least about I have researched hopkido a bit there is a book you should read that would help you its called living the martial way. I can answer your question vaguely though you diffidently want to go with what suits...

Martial Arts: Hapkido or San Soo, tae kwon do schools, san soo kung fu
tae kwon do schools, san soo kung fu, effective art: Brian, Sorry about the delay - I failed to get a message from AllExperts saying there was a question here. Anyway, my experience with San Soo Kung Fu is very cursory, so I hesitate to give any information there. Instead, I can fill you in on some things...

Martial Arts: Which Martial Art is best?, shaw afb, tae kwon
shaw afb, tae kwon, sumter sc: Shai, The first thing I think you should do is see what is in your area. From there you will know what you have available and what classes or school are in you price range as well. But most children start with something like karate or tae kwon do. ...

Martial Arts: I need help with style choosing, budget considerations, realistic options
budget considerations, realistic options, precise answer: Hi Vivian, Thank you for choosing me as your expert. I am concerned by your comment that you need one or two that requires only about 3 months of school or teachings. What are you hoping to achieve in that amount of time? Why wouldn t you be able to continue...

Martial Arts: point fighting tournament, karate style, hook kick
karate style, hook kick, point score: Hello Brian, Point fighting is simply a game of tag. 1 point for hand technique and 2 for foot strikes. Basically light contact. I like to blitz with a side kick or snap front kick or a back fist to the side of the head. Forget the fancy spinning hook kick,...

Martial Arts: type of karate, kai karate, cobra kai
kai karate, cobra kai, karate school: Jo, There are name and types of karate for all the different people that teach it. At some point someone most likely opened a karate school and needed a cool name. So in the 80 s when the Karate Kid was popular the rival school was called Cobra Kai, and...

Martial Arts: type of karate, cobra kai dojo, karate kid
cobra kai dojo, karate kid, kobra: Jo, Usually when someone says it s like the Bruce Lee technique , they mean that it s a combination of techniques from different arts or different styles within an art. Of course, that doesn t make it anything like Jeet Kune Do at all. Not even close. ...

Martial Arts: What direction seems to be the best..., japanese karate, karate styles
japanese karate, karate styles, okinawan styles: Hi Tess. Given your preferences, I d look into traditional martial arts, especially Okinawan karate. Most Japanese karate styles will give you strong kicks and punches with a focus on precision and concentration without a lot of close contact - pretty...

Martial Arts: hi, meaningful value, recommended steps
meaningful value, recommended steps, answear: Here s my list of recommendations (to anyone looking for martial arts). First, don t worry about what other people say about any given martial art. Go check it out for yourself and form your own opinion based on your own perspective. The most important...

Martial Arts: karate, Karate, Tae-Kwon Do
Karate, Tae-Kwon Do, Studio: Money, Both styles are good and one is not better than the other. Both styles are similar with some major differences such as with Tae-Kwon Do emphasizing higher reaching and articulate leg kicks and movements, etc. Understand that Tae-Kwon Do is the...

Martial Arts: Martial Art, shaw afb, mental skill
shaw afb, mental skill, shau: Steve, I would suggest either Judo, Jui-Jitsu, Shua-Chao (SP), or even Sambo. A lot of styles have been modified over the years and spelling of different styles varies from school to school. Judo - Japanese style with long history and if the right school...

Martial Arts: Martial Ethics and Codes of Conduct, Martial Arts, Unethical Instructors
Martial Arts, Unethical Instructors, Jeffrey-Peter Hauck: Allison, The short answer is no. Without disrespecting you or your instructor, it might be helpful for you to revisit and recognize the fact that most dojo/dojang/studios in all martial arts forms and styles are organized and operate to make money. They...

Martial Arts: About martial art classes, martial art classes, martial arts experience
martial art classes, martial arts experience, membership plan: Hi Manda: Firstly, let me assure you that you are definitely not too old to begin practicing martial arts. Lots of people begin much later than you and get quite a lot out of the training. As to what I would recommend: Primarily, you should be searching...

Martial Arts: martial art for a female child, martial arts academy, shaw afb
martial arts academy, shaw afb, self discipline: Kim, Yes Tai Chi is a martial art. I am not sure if it is the ideal style for a child, but that is not for me to decide. I have tried Tai Chi and at the time it was not for me, but I could see myself doing it again at a later date. What I would recommend...

Martial Arts: which martial art suits me?, precise moves, strength exercises
precise moves, strength exercises, class content: Japanese Jiu Jutsu, Aikido, and Hapkido are all based on similar principles (to the best of my knowledge - I ve only had significant direct experience with Hapkido). Depending on the school, any of them could give you what you want. Here are some gross...

Martial Arts: which martial art suits me?, precise moves, shaw afb
precise moves, shaw afb, fan jeet: John, I think something in the Wing Chun area would be what you are looking for. I don t know if that is in your area or not but something like Wing Chun, Jun Fan, Jeet Kune Do, maybe even something like Arnis, Kali or Escrima. The last three I mentioned...

Martial Arts: which martial arts is good for..., style matters, role models
style matters, role models, positivity: Joye: Honestly, I don t think style matters much to a six year old. I suggest shopping based on a schools that cater to children. Look for a school with some combination of the following: There are lots of happy-looking kids in the classes. The instructors...

Martial Arts: Need Help Choosing A Style..., martial arts style, kenpo schools
martial arts style, kenpo schools, filipino martial arts: Max, Both styles are good and would probably be comparable on the street to one another. Again it really comes down to the instructor and to you as to what you take away from the class. I personally would prefer the Wing Chun/ Filipino school. I have...

Martial Arts: Need help..., martial arts style, physical attributes
martial arts style, physical attributes, art system: A system doesn t make a fighter. There are many variables that go into the equation. The value of the training for you will depend on the entire dynamic created by you, the instructor, the system and the other students. Similarly, your physical attributes...

Martial Arts: ninjitsu or kickboxing, martial arts academy, selfdefence
martial arts academy, selfdefence, would like your opinion: Jonathan, I would say the kickboxing would be the better bet of the two. But I would suggest that you check out both schools and instructors as I am a firm believer that it is more about what the instructor brings to their classes than the style they offer....

Martial Arts: punching power, medicine ball, best exercise
medicine ball, best exercise, exercise one: Unfortunately, crunches don t have the best carryover to punching power. It s ok to use this exercise one in a while for variety just to break up the monotony, but I wouldn t make it a staple in your program, and I wouldn t use it for longer than 2 weeks at...

Martial Arts: Taido vs. Jujitsu, Keishidojo, Karate
Keishidojo, Karate, Jujitsu: Grace, The two style differ greatly. Taido - is based on Okinawan Karate Jujitsu - is a grappling martial art The two offer completely different training programs. I would have to say if you are looking at these two styles to learn from, you would...

Martial Arts: type of martial art, shaw afb, grappling arts
shaw afb, grappling arts, art thanks: Fergus, That would be completely up to you. Your progress will most likely be very slow, and you will most likely forget what you were taught between sessions, which can be very frustrating as well. They do have online martial arts classes and that...

Martial Arts: Whats best for me and my physique, going through the motions, subtle variations
going through the motions, subtle variations, tae kwon: As far as different styles of kickboxing go, most appear very similar. There are subtle variations from one school to another, but western style kickboxing is fairly uniform. Of course, there are Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing) and some other related styles too....

Martial Arts: advice?, tae kwon, good answer
tae kwon, good answer, training partners: Hello Lee, Thank you for your question. I don t think there is anyone in the world who can answer how long it will take you to get proficient. There are just too many variables to take into account. Things like how much natural talent you have, your...

Martial Arts: Bo Staff, guinness record holder, world guinness record
guinness record holder, world guinness record, bo staff: Dear Matthew, Thanks for asking. I would ask is there an arm that never break? The technique of MA is to use skill wisely. Matthew, I have encountered the strongest arm of the world (Guinness Record Holder). The question on him is ROOT. Re-think. And...

Martial Arts: Cross-training, martial arts history, self defense situations
martial arts history, self defense situations, irons in the fire: My general view on cross-training is that it is never a bad idea to learn more, and trying several arts is often the best way to find the one that speaks to you as an individual. However, my general recommendation for newcomers to the martial arts is to not...

Martial Arts: Bo Staff, martial arts weapons, right time
Martial Arts: Bo Staff, martial arts weapons, right time, strikes

Martial Arts: which school should i pick?, shad
Martial Arts: which school should i pick?, shad

Martial Arts: help choosing the right school, moy yat, ving tsun
moy yat, ving tsun, personality type: Max: You are in an enviable position - you have found more than one school in your area that offers an art you feel will suit your needs. More so, both schools appear to offer quality training. As lucky as that is, it doesn t make it any easier to choose....

Martial Arts: Navy Seal Fighting Techniques, Navy SEAL, FBI
Navy SEAL, FBI, Training: Gene, The SEALS use many different systems and I too have heard or read about the systems you mentioned. Where the misinformation lies is that the SEALS, Marines, FBI, and U.S. Army (and any government entity) outsource for a part if not all of their specialized...

Martial Arts: Punching power, back muscles, upper traps, muscle contracts
upper traps, muscle contracts, punching power: Hey Nikash, Your lats contribute a great deal to punching power. If the traps are hiking up, the lats can t contract as hard. Why? because in this circumstance, the traps and lats are opposites, in terms of their location around the shoulder. Opposite muscles...

Martial Arts: Searching for suitable form of martial art for me, zen meditation, self expression
zen meditation, self expression, body energy: Dear Bipin, You question is quite a special one. The word Martial Art refers to two things. One is contact. Another one is non-contact. For the non-contact, it is more on self-expression, that gives you more involvement for meditation, mindedness, and...

Martial Arts: which school should i pick?, moy yat, ving tsun
moy yat, ving tsun, instructor school: Visit both schools and determine which one you re more comfortable with. Talk to the instructors, take an intro class and/or watch several classes. Most schools/instructors allow these things. Which school seems to suit you better? Which do you enjoy more?...

Martial Arts: What style is best for me?, trial session, perfect moment
trial session, perfect moment, fluidity: Carl, Wow, that is a lot. First you need to see what you have available in your area. From there you can pick a style. As for all the things you are trying to get from the martial arts. I think once you find a style you are passionate about and drive...

Martial Arts: What should I take?, bad neighborhood, getting in shape
bad neighborhood, getting in shape, marital arts: Hi Rick. In general, most beginners do better to search for a school that suits them rather than a particular martial art. Since you aren t currently training, almost anything will improve your stamina, flexibility, and overall physical condition. Here...

Martial Arts: advice..., self-defense, keishidojo
self-defense, keishidojo, JD Olsen: Lee, In my opinion TKD is not an ideal system for self-defense. But the real testament if the class is self-defense oriented would be determined by the actual instructor of the school. But without knowing how the instructor teaches or his/her credentials...

Martial Arts: book = foxpro 2.5 made easy by r.k. taxali, e book reader, danny inosanto
e book reader, danny inosanto, turtle press: Jitendra, I do not think Fox Pr0 2.5 is a Wing Tsun Book. It may be an e-book reader. That would make more sense. As to your other question on what books to look for, her are some suggestions. Bruce Lee s Fighting Method series Tao of Jeet Kune Do...

Martial Arts: Finding the perfect Martial Art for me, Aikido, Kali
Aikido, Kali, Jui-Jitsu: Steven, First and foremost, you need to know what is available to you. I can suggest any martial art I think, but if you do not have an instructor there, then your time as well as mine will be wasted. As to what you mentioned here are what I feel are...

Martial Arts: Which Martial Art do you recommend?, street fights, proven system
Martial Arts: Which Martial Art do you recommend?, street fights, proven system, maga

Martial Arts: Which Martial Art is for me?, keysi fighting method, vale tudo
keysi fighting method, vale tudo, peop: Hi Steven, Grappling can be very effective against a single opponent, but you are correct in that you don t want to go to the ground against multiple opponents. Instead of listing a specific style, my suggestion to you is to look into types of arts. I would...

Martial Arts: Which Martial Art is for me?, keysi fighting method, physical makeup
keysi fighting method, physical makeup, lifestyle requirements: Each person is different. Physical makeup is only part of the equation for what is best for an individual. Mindset, goals, lifestyle requirements and more also play into the equation. For your situation I would recommend avoiding things like Muay Thai....

Martial Arts: Which Martial Art is Ideal for me, keysi fighting method, vale tudo
keysi fighting method, vale tudo, grappling techniques: Hi Steven: In general, each school you find is going to be different. The art doesn t matter so much as the particular instructor s focus. For example, one of the baddest dudes I ve ever met was a Hapkido teacher. If he got near you, he was in total...

Martial Arts: Which Martial Art is ideal for me?, Martial arts, kickboxing
Martial arts, kickboxing, combative: Steven, Based on your background information that you have given along with your question; I see that you are an active person, who may not wish to take the pain staking time to learn a traditional martial art and all of the fat that is included. I can...

Martial Arts: Which Martial Art do you recommend?, keysi fighting method, asking the right question
keysi fighting method, asking the right question, vale tudo: Steven, Thanks for your question as it is a common question when looking at martial arts. First, you must keep in mind that martial arts is a way of life and ongoing process of training. There is NO one art that will answer all of your questions and make...

Martial Arts: Martial Arts, Aikido, Sumter Martial Arts
Aikido, Sumter Martial Arts, karate: Austin, Well the main thing to first decide is what interests you. Then I would either do a phone book or Internet search to see what is available to you and start that way. To help a little bit: Grappling styles (like wrestling) - Judo, Jui-Jitsu,...

Martial Arts: Martial Arts, Keishidojo, Sumter Martial Arts School
Keishidojo, Sumter Martial Arts School, Sumter Martial Arts Academy: Alex, You are correct that there are a lot of martial arts out there. A lot of them involve punching and kicking. What I think you should look for is: Karate, Kickboxing, Kenpo, Krav Maga, Tae Kwon Do, or Kung Fu That list should help you start...

Martial Arts: Mike Tyson, BJJ, Brazilian Jui-Jitsu
BJJ, Brazilian Jui-Jitsu, Sumter SC Martial Arts: Braxton, That has been a question for a while. It is impossible to say, we all have our thoughts on the matter and without the event being proven no one truly knows. What we do know is Tyson was fast, strong, and accurate. But he also never trained...

Martial Arts: Which martial art to choose ?, karate school, instructor books
karate school, instructor books, tae kwon: I definitely think that the best way to learn martial arts is from an instructor. Books and dvds are great supplements, but no way to really learn what you are doing. Later on in training, they can be very valuable though, but I am a firm believer that the...

Martial Arts: front kick, indonesian martial arts, knee height
indonesian martial arts, knee height, tae kwon: The Filipino & Indonesian martial arts I study don t do much kicking - and most of the kicks we do are at or below the knee. As such I don t have much advice on getting your kick higher. My question is *why* would you want to kick higher? When it comes...

Martial Arts: Which martial art syle, martial art training, wu shu
martial art training, wu shu, acrobatic performance: Vladimir, It all depends on which style you think would give you more of what you re looking for from martial arts. As you probably already know Tae Kwon Do is sometimes taught more as an Olympic sport martial art than a self-defence system. Some say the...

Martial Arts: competition, proper body mechanics, technical mechanics
proper body mechanics, technical mechanics, effective mass: It depends on the league rules. For example, in MMA, Pride and UFC had different rules. Whether or not you wear headgear in competition is a matter of the rules of the particular sporting organization under which your school operates. I m sorry that I...

Martial Arts: Weapons used in martial arts, silambam, hackey sack
silambam, hackey sack, gatka: Yup. The first question is beyond me. I ve heard of Gatka & Silambam (as well as Kalaripayattu & Lahti) from India but never heard of Madu and don t know which systems it might be used in. I don t know anyone who specifically uses a yo-yo in Eskrima but...

Martial Arts: Woman new to BJJ, martial arts background, warm ups
martial arts background, warm ups, forward rolls: Megan: It s wonderful that you found a school where the instructor and class is friendly and makes you feel welcome. That can be a big challenge for some people. It sounds like your only concern is that you may not be athletic enough to hang during the...

Martial Arts: Women in BJJ, martial arts background, pain in the knee
martial arts background, pain in the knee, bad shape: Hello Megan. Thank you for your question. These are some legitimate concerns especially considering the focus on competition. As far as the boys playing too rough goes, I can only tell you of my experience. I have never been in a co-ed class where the men...

Martial Arts: Looking for a system to try..advice?, tae kwon do schools, karate kempo
tae kwon do schools, karate kempo, mixed martial art: Interesting list. I would probably go ahead and eliminate the TKD and MMA clubs . . . you ve got enough to look at without them. :) And, the boxing and Thai boxing might not be the best fit as independent styles for you. Krav Maga can be fun, but it...

Martial Arts: Practical breaking techniques, breaking bones, fight worth
breaking bones, fight worth, realistic scenario: Nick, Thanks for the question! For some reason, I missed this email through the holidays, but hopefully this response finds you well. You are definitely in a normal group - does this really work? If your school lacks realistic scenario training, the...

Martial Arts: Shotokon Karate or Taekwondo?, tae kwon do, shotokon karate
tae kwon do, shotokon karate, taekwondo: It would heavily depend on the instructor s approach to the art and how they trained students in it, but, as a whole, my vote would be on Shotokan. Tae Kwon Do was developed and is taught in many places as a sport art, complete with rules, and techniques...

Martial Arts: Styles and techniques, Andy, Curtiss
Andy, Curtiss, The Rabid Wolverine: Jeremiah, Thanks for asking me your question. I gotta be honest with you; you are a guy, who has been studying and training for over 20 years. For me I also have been training for over 20 years and I have found that the whole style thing is a fallacy....

Martial Arts: Freeze up, Freeze Up, Molecular
Freeze Up, Molecular, Secret: Happy New Year Danny!! There is no style or discipline that anyone can study to help them stop freezing up. In fact the style is not important, as long as the trainer uses sound principles and fundamentals in instructing the trainees. Repetition and live...

Martial Arts: Freeze up, stress environments, physical altercation
stress environments, physical altercation, violent confrontations: Danny, Hope you had a good holiday season and unfortunately, after typing out a nice long response, I lost it - so after a couple of days, I am retyping it to hopefully get it to you this time! First, one thing to keep in mind is that your concern about...

Martial Arts: Freeze up, jeffrey hauck, licensed
jeffrey hauck, licensed, private: Dan, I recommend the martial art of Krav Maga. Read about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krav_Maga. Krav Maga trains in simulated real life violent encounters and is a form of close quarter combat. I would start here. If you have no Krav...

Martial Arts: Freeze up, violent confrontations, martial arts instructor
violent confrontations, martial arts instructor, arts discipline: It really depends on how diversified the teacher is. The background or the martial arts instructor is very important. You want a teacher who trained in several martial arts which includes quarters self defense training on a realistic level. They would know...

Martial Arts: Karate martial arts !!, karate martial arts, being a police officer
karate martial arts, being a police officer, personal judgement: Hi there Peter, Congratulations on your success in the competition! Having karate training and experience will definitely help you in terms of strength, reflexes, conditioning and awareness. Be aware however, that there are many other requirements for...

Martial Arts: Is kung-fu for me?, wing tsung, choy lee fut
wing tsung, choy lee fut, barrel chest: Kev, It sounds to me like if wearing appropriate protective gear would help you in your training situation. Well-designed equipment can save on wear and tear on your body and allow you and your training partners to go a little harder on each other without...

Martial Arts: mixed marshial arts, twelve months, belts
twelve months, belts, time period: It can definitely very from the type of are or the instructor. Mine with kung fu was every three months then when you hit brown every 6months so just depends. Hopefully this was helpful if not him happy to answer any other questions you may have. Thanks...

Martial Arts: What style would fit my need better?, jeffrey hauck, private detective
jeffrey hauck, private detective, pennsylvania: Adrian, My humble suggestion would be to investigate the mixed martial art hybrid system of Krav Maga which essentially is a close combat training system developed for use by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). I believe that Krav Maga training incorporates...

Martial Arts: Should i, self dicipline, mixed martial arts
self dicipline, mixed martial arts, street purposes: MMA is definently good for the sports side or comptetitions I can say though the winners are the ones who train the hardest. The more you put into any art the more you get out of it. I do think you should start out with some ju jitsu or another art for atleast...

Martial Arts: Instructional videos, martial art school, step in the right direction
martial art school, step in the right direction, good luck with everything: Jimmy, I will defently say go for it. I think it is great your are wanting to learn. The stances are very important they give you a bases to work with. If your talking about forms that is another story. Just remember when you are following the videos not...

Martial Arts: Question, judo, kenpo
judo, kenpo, which style: Hello Dennis. Thank you for your question. Most people who ask which art they should take are beginners, so it is simply a matter of determining what their goals are. However, having studied various martial arts for 6+ years, the answer isn t so easy. I...

Martial Arts: Question, mind mastery, japanese sword
mind mastery, japanese sword, valid concern: Dennis, I understand this concern. Why would you devote so much time to studying a martial art only to be left without the tools required to approach a life threatening situation? This is a valid concern. I have a somewhat different perspective on this,...

Martial Arts: How many?, magical number, elbows
magical number, elbows, combinations: Josh, I know you know there is no magical number... BUT we do teach and practise a lot of 3 or 4 count combinations so I would keep working on those. Truth is, sometimes all it takes is ONE perfectly timed, perfectly placed, perfectly executed technique...

Martial Arts: I don't know which one choice, self-defense, martial arts
self-defense, martial arts, aikido: Marte, Well I agree with you as to Aikido being a good self-defense style for women to learn. I would suggest to you to find out what is in your area and start there. See what you have to choose from, then see which ones have self-defense classes as...

Martial Arts: Help me choose, street self defense, self defense technique
street self defense, self defense technique, krav maga: I don t have any experience with that school. One thing you can do when you hear conflicting rumors is visit and watch a class. Are the students doing things you want to do? Does the instructor look and talk like someone you want to be giving you instruction?...

Martial Arts: Strange fighting method, world encounter, shear luck
world encounter, shear luck, strange nature: Hi Chris, In the real world the most skilled fighter is going to win well over 90% of the time. I say over 90% because chance and shear luck do have an effect. If I was physically stronger than my opponent but less skilled I might like this agreement. If...

Martial Arts: Balance, punching power, fitness
punching power, fitness: Hey Nikash, I suppose balance would be important for punching power, but I wouldn t consider it a key factor. Unless you re falling over as you re punching, I wouldn t worry about it. Balance is a fitness quality that is very activity-specific. The only...

Martial Arts: am i compatible, shape matters, matial arts
shape matters, matial arts, maximum damage: For smaller build Kung fu Is best because it is maximum damage and minimal effort. It teaches you how to use the bigger guys strenght against him. Being in shape matters. Stamana and speed acuracy balance all of these matter alot. Look up some kung fu near...

Martial Arts: disciplines available, self defense skills, filipino martial arts
self defense skills, filipino martial arts, thai school: Excellent! You ve taken all the steps I would have recommended :-) Without knowing the specific instructors you re looking at all I can do is provide some very generic information. It may or may not apply to any of the specific instructors you re looking...

Martial Arts: disciplines available, self defense skills, cardiovascular workout
self defense skills, cardiovascular workout, thai school: Dan, Here are my lists: Self Defence 1. hapkido (because they focus on kicking, punching, grappling) 2. muay thai (because it s practical) 3. modern arnis (because there is some grappling in the Presas style) 4. wing chun (depends on the focus but it...

Martial Arts: disciplines available, self defense skills, self defense situation
self defense skills, self defense situation, street self defense: Well, if you ve read any of my other posts on this type of a topic, the most important thing to me is the instructor and the school (quality of students, location, hours of classes, etc.). But, if they all seem about the same, and you are talking about generalities...

Martial Arts: disciplines available, self defense skills, thai school
self defense skills, thai school, fitness goals: Hey Dan. Thank you for your question. If the instructors at these schools are all qualified, competent, and overall good instructors, consider yourself blessed to have such a variety to choose from. I think it is incredibly important when considering entering...

Martial Arts: disciplines available, Which style, Martial Arts
Which style, Martial Arts, Muy Thai: Dan, Andy Curtiss here. First off I would like to apologize for not answering sooner. I have been in Africa and haven t had much access to the internet. Now to get to your question. Any martial art is great; and in my experience eventually you will learn...

Martial Arts: disciplines available, ziboce tai chi Qi Gong Hong Kong fun health
ziboce tai chi Qi Gong Hong Kong fun health: Hi Dan, Thanks for asking. I understand that you have great interest in learning MA. For the age of 41, with good shape, you are fit to try self defense with body contact. Making a plan on your progress is suggested. That is, a schedule of periods including...

Martial Arts: martial arts videos, two different things, body mechanics
two different things, body mechanics, expert feedback: Instructional DVDs can be used well or poorly. It really depends on the practitioner. You have some experience, so you won t be trying to learn from scratch. That s a big advantage, as you already have an idea of body mechanics, timing, distance, and other...

Martial Arts: Bullied..., violent conflict resolution, living in the philippines
violent conflict resolution, living in the philippines, judo karate: Really, any martial art can help you with your confidence. I d recommend two things. First do some research into non-violent conflict resolution. Your first step in self-defense is awareness. If you re aware that a situation is about to get out of hand you...

Martial Arts: best form for me, okinawa karate, certin
okinawa karate, certin, taekwando: Taking martial arts will not change others but it will change you. Your mental state physicall state and emotional. I got into kung fu years ago to get back into shape and for self defence. I can say it did alot more for me then I imagined. Go to the ones...

Martial Arts: best form for me, jeffrey peter hauck, licensed private detective
jeffrey peter hauck, licensed private detective, http://private-eye.homestead.com: Abhra, I just picked up your question out of the question pool and thought that I would give you my humble opinion because others can benefit from the answer as well. The best form for you to follow is any that is convenient for you in terms of time and...

Martial Arts: best form for me, bruce lee jkd, wing chun
bruce lee jkd, wing chun, martial art: Dear Abhra, If you treat MA as a way of life, there is no need to compare with others on strength, win or loose. If you think MA as a tool to fight against someone who is stronger, and bigger in size, you should focus on STRENGTH, and TECHNIQUE. One of...

Martial Arts: breaking, proper training
proper training: Hi Samer, Anything can be harmful if done incorrectly. If you have not already been trained to break properly by an experienced instructor I would advise against it. With proper training practicing your breaking twice a week should not cause a problem....

Martial Arts: learning kung fu and taekwondo, martial art training, grappling arts
martial art training, grappling arts, tae kwon: Sam, Sorry about taking a bit to get back to you - I had missed this in my emails somewhere. Anyway, there are several factors to consider on this and I ll bring up a few for you to think about: First, I don t know your daughter s age, but Tae Kwon...

Martial Arts: Best type of Martial art for a 37y woman, leg workout, abdominal exercises
leg workout, abdominal exercises, thigh area: Hi Adriana, Good for you for picking up martial arts at this age. I want to clarify some myths for you, and make a recommendation on which martial art to choose. Spot reduction is the idea that by working a muscle, you can get rid of the fat covering...

Martial Arts: Caution against Overtraining, Over training, Police training
Over training, Police training, martial arts: Wow you are busy. I know the feeling. Well I can tell you from experience it is actually quite difficult to over train. The first thing you should know is what body parts you can train everyday safely. You can do cardio and abs everyday that includes any running...

Martial Arts: Cross-training in Martial Arts, goju ryu karate, body mechanics
goju ryu karate, body mechanics, thai boxing: George, I generally don t recommend that students cross-train in another martial art until they have a solid foundation in their original art. Five or six years in Goju, if that training has been consistent, is probably a quite solid base and therefore...

Martial Arts: i need help with my little brother, ymca gym, martial arts
Martial Arts: i need help with my little brother, ymca gym, martial arts

Martial Arts: Help me choose a style/system?, lumbar disc bulge, tae kwon do school
lumbar disc bulge, tae kwon do school, poor flexibility: Hi Paul, here s a few things to think about and look into: Brazilian Jiu Jutsu is a great style, but it may not be best suited to someone with short limbs. Also, I would avoid grappling styles if your lumbar disc issues are likely to cause injuries. ...

Martial Arts: judo & Trad. Jujitsu, modern arnis, self defense skills
modern arnis, self defense skills, traditional judo: Danny, You ve hit upon a sneaky little truth in martial arts training . . . most of it is not that nearly as important as understanding the mental side of fighting. When you are confronted with someone who isn t throwing a controlled punch at you, someone...

Martial Arts: judo & Trad. Jujitsu, modern arnis, personal definitions
modern arnis, personal definitions, filipino martial arts: Interesting list. All have merit and, with quality instruction, would be worth the time to train in. Of that list, though, I would have to pick #3. It would give you a good foundation in empty hand skills, throws and weapons. Personally I feel that practical...

Martial Arts: martial arts for weight loss, thai boxing, wigan uk
thai boxing, wigan uk, tae kwon: Alex, If weight loss is your only goal, I would recommend looking not at a particular style, but rather what you enjoy the most. You can lose just as much weight from karate as you can from tae kwon do as you can from thai boxing, as you can from Judo....

Martial Arts: i need help with my little brother, edmonton alberta canada, fist fight
edmonton alberta canada, fist fight, greatfull: Muay Thai, from what I understand, is likely to be more competition focused. I don t think I would suggest that for your 8 year old brother unless the instructor has had a great deal of success with his age group. I don t think it will provide the things I...

Martial Arts: i need help with my little brother, Which style, Martial Arts
Which style, Martial Arts, Muy Thai: Simran, Thanks for asking me. Well I can honestly say that there is no perfect martial art I think Muy Thai is great for anyone. The old myth about arthritis comes from the fact that in Thailand many of these children are brought up under some really...

Martial Arts: i need help with my little brother, edmonton alberta canada, teakwando
edmonton alberta canada, teakwando, physical improvements: Hello, I apologize for my timely answer. I first want to say it is important to research the places near you and go to them. Almost every place will let you have one free class to see how it works. Maui Thai is what allot of the ufc fighters train in as well...

Martial Arts: i need help with my little brother, edmonton alberta canada, adult guardian
edmonton alberta canada, adult guardian, fist fight: I am sorry to hear that you and your brother are facing such adversity. My best recommendation is that you enlist the help and guidance of a parent or adult guardian to help you out. I am sure there are several good schools in your area. One I would recommend...

Martial Arts: Overtraining, cop training, push ups
cop training, push ups, obstacle course: Hi Seth. As you wrote, this is a common issue as people try to fit in too many things at the same time. We all have a variety of commitments, and when work and training are closely related to our hobbies, this can make it difficult to manage our energy...

Martial Arts: Having problems deciding which martial art is correct for me, Kickboxing, MuyThai
Kickboxing, MuyThai, Boxing: Thad, Thanks for choosing me to assist you. Based on what you are telling me about your interests I could recommend that you go with either Kickboxing, Muy Thai or Boxing. Any of these sport/ martial arts are excellent for getting into shape. It is my experience...

Martial Arts: Re: Weight Training, hypertrophy training, endurance training
hypertrophy training, endurance training, different training methods: Brian: I hope this doesn t sound facile, but I think you answered your own question... Are you training for power or for endurance? Both will be useful in your Kempo, and I think you d be best served by incorporating cycles of each over the course of...

Martial Arts: self defense/fitness, Warrior Spirit, Killer instinct
Warrior Spirit, Killer instinct, Reality based training: Danny, My personal belief is that you definitely need to have some sort of physical contact training to help breed warrior spirit, but Kendo and Arnis are also good training tools. The whole concept of training is what builds a warrior in my opinion. You...

Martial Arts: self defense/fitness, wing chun kung fu, pigeon toed
wing chun kung fu, pigeon toed, fitness question: Hi Dan, Breaking it down... I guess I will look into the more physical side of things like MT/Judo. But perhaps I will ask the Hapkido, JJJ and Arnis, and maybe even the wing chun instructors about thier training methodologies just in case. Good idea? ...

Martial Arts: styles, wing chun kung fu, pigeon toed
wing chun kung fu, pigeon toed, defense time: This is a tough one, my friend! Ideally, I would recommend you to a class like mine. We practice swordsmanship in many different forms: kata, two man practice both seated and standing, and (what I think is helpful for this situation) tachiuchi or sparring....

Martial Arts: Tai Chi: Yang or Chen?, tai chi chuan, ba gua
tai chi chuan, ba gua, chinese internal arts: Absolutely. There are three main Chinese internal arts: Tai Chi Chuan Hsing I Pa Kua (Ba Gua) Hsing I and Pa Kua often have faster and more aggressive movements, whereas Tai Chi is usually a little softer but just as effective. Good luck and enjoy...

Martial Arts: Whats best for me., dave carnell, bob breen
dave carnell, bob breen, jeet kune: Dave, From what you ve said I would suggest something well-rounded like Jeet Kune Do. Depending on what part of the UK you re in, you can check out people like Bob Breen, Ewen Campbell, Dave Carnell, David Oyuma, Rick Young amongst others. The important...

Martial Arts: FMA / wing chun in the ufc, Wing Chun, UFC
Wing Chun, UFC, MMA: Danny, Sorry for the late reply. I have been in Africa (Nigeria and Sierra Leone) and have been having a difficult time down loading my response. I hope that this one is able to get to you my friend. Without sounding like I am anti Wing Chun, I would like...

Martial Arts: FMA / wing chun in the ufc, free trial period, filipino martial arts
free trial period, filipino martial arts, wing chun: Some arts are for show and tell some are not i guess. muay thai,judo, and jujitsu are alot of the arts in the ufc. Some martial arts are not as know because there are two types competitive arts for sports and competing and the arts people take for themselves....

Martial Arts: Only one, shidokan karate, violent confrontation
shidokan karate, violent confrontation, striking element: Hi Danny, Based solely on what your telling me and believing that you can only take one class I would have to recommend... BJJ. That is assuming that the class in your area does teach basic striking as most BJJ classes do anymore. If it does not teach any...

Martial Arts: 42 and searching, injury risk, martial skill
injury risk, martial skill, grappling arts: Hi James: You say you ve dabbled in various arts - I think you can definitely stand to gain so much more by choosing one that interests you enough that you can stick with it and practice deeply. From the sound of things, you won t be satisfied with...

Martial Arts: 42 and searching, injury profiles, masters classes
injury profiles, masters classes, injury risk: Hi James, Thank you for contacting me. Every style has an inherent risk of injury, and different styles have different injury profiles. Grappling styles will have different injuries than striking styles. So I can t recommend any specific style that...

Martial Arts: 42 and searching, Martial arts for fitness, Searching for a Martial art
Martial arts for fitness, Searching for a Martial art, MMA: James, First off, I would like to thank you and want to let you know, that I appreciate you coming to me with your question. I would also like to apologize for the late reply; as I am currently in Sierra Leone on business and the internet is hit and miss...

Martial Arts: 42 and searching, injury risk, martial skill
injury risk, martial skill, silat: The first thing I d recommend you pick up a copy of On Combat by Lt. Col. (Ret.) David Grossman He has other books and materials he s put out but this one deals most directly with this situation. He discusses at length what he calls stress inoculation....

Martial Arts: Was Bruce Lee considered a Ninja?, zhan zhuang, strength thanks
zhan zhuang, strength thanks, internal strength: Dear Kevin, Bruce Lee s teacher of Wing Chun is my grandmaster. Bruce Lee also studied Tai Chi, Zhan Zhuang (Stance) which are typically Ninja Kung Fu. My understanding of Ninja, is that one can master the MA skill or not, instead of the types of kung fu...

Martial Arts: Was Bruce Lee considered a Ninja?, martial art training, real ninja
martial art training, real ninja, enter the dragon: Kevin, You re right... it is a hilarious debate! Last week I was interviewed by a real Ninja, that is, a master practitioner of the art of Ninjutsu or Ninpo. I can think of only two similarities between Bruce Lee and Ninjas: 1. He DID wear all black in...

Martial Arts: Is Chi real ??, human feats, martial art
human feats, martial art, personal experience: Dear Gabriel, First, the definition of CHI should be clear. In my understanding, Chi is NOT energy. CHI relates to some sort of feeling, sensation either via physical or mental organs/function of our body. Those things that give sensation,feeling can be...

Martial Arts: Is Chi real ??, human feats, physical existence
human feats, physical existence, logical person: Since chi is something better experienced rather than described, I would suggest you look into a qigong or tai chi class for learning to work with it and strengthening it. Tai chi is by far one of the most physically difficult styles I ve ever had the pleasure...

Martial Arts: Is Chi real ??, human feats, ti chi
human feats, ti chi, strenght: Yes, chi is real and has other names as well. There is a book called chi the power within perhaps you should check it out. I would also say u would be able to view video clips by googling chi. I have studied and trained in kung fu however every day before...

Martial Arts: Is Chi real ??, human feats, impeccable control
human feats, impeccable control, energy focus: Gabriel, I can t give you any personal experiences of Chi. That said, I believe that with impeccable control of energy, focus, breathing, etc. we are capable of greater than ordinary feats. I m not really in a position to provide documentary, videos or...

Martial Arts: children, tae kwon, martial artist
tae kwon, martial artist, cheerleading: I think martial arts is a great idea for her. The thing you have to ask is for what there are several reasons why people join martial arts. It can be sport based for competition,or more for the individual. I can understand how hard the schedule thing can be...

Martial Arts: children martial arts, tkd school, google
tkd school, google, tae kwon: Frances: To an extent, I believe you ve answered your own question. One of your reasons for leaving previous TKD school was that the instructor wasn t a good match for your needs. He thought smoking outside the dojo was OK, and you did not. I don t think...

Martial Arts: chinese martial art, chinese martial art, wing chun
chinese martial art, wing chun, wushu: Hi there! I ve taken both wushu and wing chun classes, and let me tell you they are both very enjoyable. Wushu is modern chinese kung-fu. very gymnastic. it is mainly for performance and competition. the forms are elaborate and very interesting. ...

Martial Arts: Joint locks, wing chu, decent resources
wing chu, decent resources, average books: As always, there is little substitute for in-person training with a qualified instructor, but there are some decent resources out there as well. I definitely haven t seen them all, but my overall recommendations would be checking out books by Dr. Yang, Jwing...

Martial Arts: which martial is better for girl, martial art style, wu shu
martial art style, wu shu, ninjustu: Nora, Most of it will completely depend on what is available to you in your area of course. Since you are young, you are still growing and changing, so I wouldn t be too concerned about finding a martial art style that fits your body type specifically....

Martial Arts: Silat and FMA, goju ryu karate, fight strategy
goju ryu karate, fight strategy, gayong: Nice. That s a good position to be in :) First you have to decide (and maybe you already know) if you intend to keep Goju as your primary core or if you want to make the Silat or FMA your core. Ultimately, I almost guarantee that you will end up retaining...

Martial Arts: Supplementary Exercises, bodyweight exercises, bodyweight exercise
bodyweight exercises, bodyweight exercise, supplementary exercises: Using heavy weights vs high-speed movements accomplishes much the same result. He point is that you recruit as many motor units as possible by activating the muscles at a high intensity. The common example is that jumping as high as possible takes less time...

Martial Arts: which self defence art?, jeffrey peter hauck, pennsylvania private detective
jeffrey peter hauck, pennsylvania private detective, PI: Kameran, Great question. Let me put some myths to rest here. At 14 you are very young and can start any style. Next, find the style that suits you and is convenient in terms of cost, location, and schedule. Also, never overlook the instructor or sub-instructor...

Martial Arts: question, apache indian, combat school
Martial Arts: question, apache indian, combat school, professional instructor

Martial Arts: fighting arts, meteor hammer, olympic fencing
meteor hammer, olympic fencing, chinese wushu: yes. modern wushu is mostly for performance. i m fine with that. i ve never been one for the violence personally. it s more the cool moves that interested me about wushu. when i first came across it, i said to myself wow, i want to move like that!...

Martial Arts: Good instructors, west viriginia, specific schools
west viriginia, specific schools, local training: Hi Natalie, First off, finding a good instructor can be a difficult task. My advice to you is to just start visiting your local training gyms and be sure to ask the instructor his credentials. Ask him/her if they have ever been through an instructor training...

Martial Arts: what japanese martial art to learn, saitama prefecture, chiba prefecture
saitama prefecture, chiba prefecture, saitama super arena: Hi Vova, You can probably start in Chiba where you have the Budokan. This is a good place to train with Hatsumi-Sensei in Ninpo-Taijitsu. You also should check out sport gyms as Japanese refer to martial arts as sports . You will find a lot of training...

Martial Arts: question, Martial arts, MMA
Martial arts, MMA, Combatives: There are the Sykes/ Fairbairn type systems, that do not rely on athletic potential or extreme conditioning. In any event if you wish to contact me with further info on your disability I may be able to give you further and more applicable advice to you. ...

Martial Arts: question, self-defense, TKD
self-defense, TKD, Hapkido: Sir, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. The sport of Korean Tae Kwon Do is not meant to be a self-defense art, but a sport with many rules that inhibit the practitioner from learning worthwhile techniques for the street situation. But, these...

Martial Arts: question about distance learning and modern and old arts, thai kickboxing, styles of martial arts
thai kickboxing, styles of martial arts, body mechanics: OK Raul, I have a better idea of what you are asking now. In such a case, I would suggest looking into the schools in your area more closely to see if there are any that can accommodate your schedule (infrequent ability to attend classes). If you are truly...

Martial Arts: Suggestions for a beginner, martial art forms, kung fu training
martial art forms, kung fu training, hand weights: Hello, Thanks for the questions I love to help people whenever I can. I have trained in a handful of arts. The one I have not that defiantly describes everything you are saying is Tai chi, chi kung, all chi are very very spiritual arts. It may take time to...

Martial Arts: No Tumbling Martial Art, karate systems, headstands
karate systems, headstands, tai chi chuan: I m sure you were told then (when it was finally explained) that the rolling should be done from shoulder to opposite hip and shouldn t involve the head/neck/spine at all (well, the spine touches but only briefly). It s a shame that you had that experience...

Martial Arts: Eskrima (spelling?), google groups, philippine martial arts
google groups, philippine martial arts, google: Eskrima is certainly not the easiest martial art in which to find quality instruction. You may also look into related Philippine martial arts that share certain elements. I can t stress enough that there is no good way to learn a martial art by yourself, whether...

Martial Arts: Eskrima (spelling), Escrima, Kali
Escrima, Kali, Stick fighting: Thanks for asking me about this matter. Dan Inosanto or Paul Vunak are probably two of the best that I have ever heard of in this discipline. Both men have a series of books and DVDs you can find anywhere on the web. Personally, I have trained some in this...

Martial Arts: Fitness through Xingyi, xing yi
xing yi: In related to age, I would consider the ways of practice and the achievements. For age of 53, I would recommend a mild level of body building (muscular strength). Bear in mind, high blood pressure would be the result of Fa Jing, the release of punching power....

Martial Arts: maintaining black belt ranking, martial arts instructors, quality martial arts
martial arts instructors, quality martial arts, how to be a good person: Leigh: Martial arts can be for or about any number of things. I agree that discipline is an admirable quality that one can learn from practicing a martial art, but it would be pure fallacy to assume that morality, lawfulness, or really any particular manifestation...

Martial Arts: Physical Limitations, martial art styles, self discipline
martial art styles, self discipline, mr doyle: I think your best option might be to focus on one the internal arts like Tai Chi, Hsing I or Pa Kua (personally, based on your limitations, I think Tai Chi might be the best). You may also have luck finding an instructor who is well versed in the arts and...

Martial Arts: Tall and Lean, minimal efforts, fluid style
minimal efforts, fluid style, akido: There are billions of martial arts definitely having a long reach can be an advantage or disadvantage. MY Sea Fu always told me to work on my strengths before weakness. Build the things you are good at first. I have never taken Akido but have seen videos and...

Martial Arts: Tall and Lean, kung fu school, fluid style
kung fu school, fluid style, jeet kune: A lot of course will depend on the approach that an individual takes for the development in your training. Being tall and lean, generally you will want to stay away from arts that are predominantly concerned with trapping - the tight elbows and quick, short...

Martial Arts: Tall and Lean, fluid style, jeet kune
fluid style, jeet kune, pressure points: James: From what you ve given me here, I d say Aikido or Hapkido would be worth checking out. I suggest looking around your area for schools and visiting each of them before making any choices. Look at the students and instructors and ask yourself if...

Martial Arts: martial art, mcmap marine corps, mui thai
Martial Arts: martial art, mcmap marine corps, mui thai, military recruiter

Martial Arts: Intensive training-3 weeks, meter sprint, marathon runner
meter sprint, marathon runner, dynamic movements: Hey Kayte, I apologize for the late reply. Congratulations on getting as far as you did. It s quite an accomplishment. With 2.5 weeks remaining, what I would do is cut back on the cardio to 1-2 times per week. You see, endurance and strength/power/speed...

Martial Arts: martial art, close quarter combat, weapon retention
close quarter combat, weapon retention, combatives: Tina, Thank you for your question. Really this comes down to goals; your goals in terms of what your trying to achieve. Not so much as which is the best art or system because that is subjective. If you plan to pursue the military than you should...

Martial Arts: self defence, pennsylvania private detective, lehigh valley private investigator
pennsylvania private detective, lehigh valley private investigator, jeffrey hauck: Tony, Great question! However, are you kidding me? If you keep progressing with kick boxing and jiu-jitsu you will be well prepared for self-defense! However, just remember that self-defense starts with mental preparation and the ability to know when...

Martial Arts: Advice, physical altercation, mt school
physical altercation, mt school, wrestling shoes: Hi Dan. In order of most important to me style wise is something that will provide very solid self defense/fighting skills, fighting spirit (adrenal freeze help?), perhaps a bit of health/fitness thrown in(the more the better but not super necessary because...

Martial Arts: Advice, physical altercation, mt school
physical altercation, mt school, wrestling shoes: Hello again, Any good reality based system will cover all those aspects so here are some guys I know and would recommend. Though, I am not sure of their location relevant to yours, they are in Chicago? Raven Tactical International Fernan Vargas...

Martial Arts: Never ending quest (It seems), Wing Chun, muay Thai
Wing Chun, muay Thai, JKD: Dan, I, too, have been a martial tourist in the past, in search of the right discipline for my needs. Your subject title of Never Ending Quest is quite appropriate. So, let me say, there is absolutely nothing wrong with being critical when choosing...

Martial Arts: jeet kune do, paul vunak, tim tackett
paul vunak, tim tackett, amazon link: Ryan, Good for you! There s no shortage of book, video information on Jeet Kune Do available. For a start go to my website, www.unifiedmartialart.com/resourcepage.html where you ll find a ton of Jeet Kune Do books which you can purchase through my Amazon...

Martial Arts: Martial advice, self defense skills, pigeon toed
self defense skills, pigeon toed, main objective: Hi Dan. It appears that you ve put a lot of thought into this already. I m not going to get into a bunch of philosophy here because you seem to have some experience and opinions on what works for you (which is a good thing). Instead, here are some point-by-point...

Martial Arts: Advice, physical altercation, mt school
physical altercation, mt school, wrestling shoes: Hello again, Any good reality based system will cover all those aspects so here are some guys I know and would recommend. Though, I am not sure of their location relevant to yours, they are in Chicago? Raven Tactical International Fernan Vargas...

Martial Arts: Different types of martial arts....., shaolin kenpo karate, shaolin kempo karate
shaolin kenpo karate, shaolin kempo karate, american kenpo karate: Hello Rohit, I will try to help you a long as best I can but this is typically a personal choice based on personal goals. Let s face it, there are only so many ways you can punch and kick so you ll be getting the basics from any system. Some systems...

Martial Arts: Fighting, muay thai, muay boran
muay thai, muay boran, elbows: Josh, It could work. Those techniques are practical, functional and effective. But in fighting there are never any guarantees, any sure things, so I hesitate to say you could win a street fight with JUST the eye jab and palm hook, western boxing and muay...

Martial Arts: Kuntao Silat In Los Angeles California, inosanto academy, dan inosanto
inosanto academy, dan inosanto, kuntao silat: Paul & Victor are in L.A. but they don t teach Kuntao Silat. One of Uncle Bill s guys, Ray Robles, was in L.A. but I haven t talked to him in a few years so don t know what he s up to these days. He s a good guy and solid practitioner. I never saw him teach...

Martial Arts: learning JKD, bruce lee, jeet kune do
bruce lee, jeet kune do, dan inosanto: Nishant, You re incorrect if you think Bruce Lee ever taught his students to not memorize movements and that Dan Inosanto says the opposite. There has to be a certain level of memorisation in everything. Your ultimate goal is spontaneous reaction but that...

Martial Arts: learning JKD, taky kimura, jkd concepts
taky kimura, jkd concepts, dan inosanto: You said bruce died without giving hands to hanybody to demostrate it ... this isn t true. Bruce certified 3 people. Dan Inosanto, Taky Kimura and James Lee. James Lee died without certifying any instructors. Taky Kimura, as far as I know, has only ever...

Martial Arts: what is Serak, physical education class, indonesian martial arts
physical education class, indonesian martial arts, pronunciation differences: Personally, I really like the training I ve had in the Serak family of systems. It suits my personal mindset and physical attributes very well. I trained in the Kuntao for 8 years with Uncle Bill and learned a lot from him and from Kuntao. It definitely...

Martial Arts: How to get started?, world oyama karate, tae kwon do wtf
world oyama karate, tae kwon do wtf, bill superfoot wallace: If you wanted to match what he did, should search for the schools that teach the same or a combined systems which will help you to become more well rounded. It is also good to research the schools as well and every so often travel to one of the masters listed...

Martial Arts: How to get started?, world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace
world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace, tae kwon do wtf: Cool. If you want to achieve what Michael White has done, then it s best to follow his path. Study long and hard under masters of various arts. Learn what they have to teach and practice every single day. For many years. As for where to go in order...

Martial Arts: How to get started?, world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace
world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace, tae kwon do wtf: Hi Kurt, Taekwondo and karate can be found in most cities, although wushu an be harder to find. Harder still is finding good coaches. many of us will labor under a local master for years and years before becoming good at one martial art. Basically,...

Martial Arts: How to get started?, world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace
world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace, tae kwon do wtf: The only real answer is that you have to seek out instructors in these arts/systems and train. A place to start would be to find something near you - I can almost guarantee you can find Tae Kwon Do near you; it s *very* widely spread. To train in the others...

Martial Arts: How to get started?, world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace
world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace, tae kwon do wtf: Hello, This is really not my field of expertise (as if I m an expert) but I will try to offer some input? Your subject line states How do I get started? well I would recommend you start at you local school that teaches any of the art s noted or at...

Martial Arts: How to get started?, world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace
world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace, tae kwon do wtf: First I must say look at ur own accomplishments in the arts u choose never try to compete or become like someone else. Martial arts is about competing with yourself to become better. You should be able to google arts in your area and any decent dojo or Gym...

Martial Arts: How to get started?, world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace
world oyama karate, bill superfoot wallace, tae kwon do wtf: Kurt, Realise that it ll take a lot of time to get trained in all these arts. But so depending on your age that ll make a big difference. You ll first have to find the right school and then get started. If time, money and availability all coincide you might...

Martial Arts: How to get started?, training, martial arts
training, martial arts, boxing: Good day sir. I do not know where you live, so I can t recommend any place in particular. But, I can recommend that you find an instructor close to you and start training. It does not matter what you start with, as you will branch off later in your training....

Martial Arts: How to get started?, world oyama karate, tae kwon do wtf
world oyama karate, tae kwon do wtf, bill superfoot wallace: Hi Kurt, I am very familiar with Michael Jai White, who is a well-known and respected martial artist. He is certainly a fine example of martial prowess, and your aspiration to achieve a similar level of fitness and skill is commendable. To get right...

Martial Arts: want your views on my problem, intelligent exercise, bodybuiding
intelligent exercise, bodybuiding, cant move: Hi Nishant, Thank you very much from your question. I m always angered when I hear such misinformation being spread around. They told you that you won t be able to move your limbs in old age? What a load of BS. On the contrary, bodybuilding improves...

Martial Arts: Chi, stomach ailments, anxiety problems
stomach ailments, anxiety problems, meditation techniques: Hello Raul, Practitioners of Chi routinely experience calming, and some have experienced healing. I can not say that if you begin practicing Chi that any physical stomach ailments you might have will be healed. I do believe that if you are properly taught...

Martial Arts: Dan Inosanto Healing arts, hilot, healing
hilot, healing, dan inosanto: Raul, Sorry but I can t tell you much about the Hilot and I m certainly not qualified to say if it d have nay effect on disorders and/or ulcers. I d suggest doing a thorough Internet search... I wouldn t be surprised if you can find a ton of information....

Martial Arts: Kuntao Silat, movement art, time student
movement art, time student, martial artist: Well, I m guessing I know the instructor (or, possibly his instructor). Kuntao Silat de Thouars (or, in your case, more likely American Kuntao Silat ) is very good. I trained with Willem Uncle Bill de Thouars (the founder) for 8 years. American Kuntao...

Martial Arts: My MMA training, scott sonnon, grappler
scott sonnon, grappler, muay thai: Hi Jake. I understand about trying to get the most bang for your bucks while training as a student. I have two awesome recommendations that can build your strength and improve your JJ skills. Stronglifts.com - This is the best source (IMO) for someone...

Martial Arts: Which Teaching is more accurate?, Vital targets, martial arts
Vital targets, martial arts, vitals: Dave, To be honest I don t believe in what most Martial Artists believe as far as pressure points or Vitals. I am currently getting ready for a consulting trip I have to go on tomorrow in Africa. I am spending every last minute wrapping things up at home...

Martial Arts: Tiger style kung fu, bodyweight exercise, bodyweight training
bodyweight exercise, bodyweight training, tiger style: Kaji: I don t know anything about Tiger Kung Fu, but I do know a few things about getting in shape. For someone your age, I recommend learning to use your body in a variety of ways by training with bodyweight exercise. Weights can be good too, but they...

Martial Arts: Your thoughts., jkd concepts, japanese karate
jkd concepts, japanese karate, professional fight: Simple answer; because they have not evolved. Basically, the traditional arts, in my humble opinion, rely to much on system doctrine and have changed focus. Forgetting the martial aspect of martial art. Another thing is that techniques are to complex...

Martial Arts: Ving Tsun (wing Chun), dwight woods, ip man
dwight woods, ip man, yip man: John, While I appreciate your choosing me to answer this question, notice that my profile doesn t list me as a Ving Tsun authority. While I ve had many years of exposure to Wing Chun/Ving Tsun through several instructors, I m by no means an expert in this...

Martial Arts: Back kick and jumping back kick, jeffrey hauck, private detective
jeffrey hauck, private detective, pennsylvania private investigator: Alex, I know that you are well aware that proper conditioning is at the foundation of all movements. I recommend that you work your legs with lighter weights with more repetitions and alternate that routine with heavier weights using fewer repetitions....

Martial Arts: martial arts with a bad knee, competent teacher, tae kwon
competent teacher, tae kwon, arms and legs: Rich: I ve taught elderly and handicapped students before, and I truly believe that it is possible for anyone to learn and practice a martial art. Since you can support your weight and move about, it s almost certain that you will be able to find a competent...

Martial Arts: Realistic Unarmed Combat, Taekwondo, grappling
Taekwondo, grappling, street fight: Spencer, Thanks for the question, as it is a very good one. First, let me say up front that your taekwondo (TKD) training is not irrelevant. Your training in TKD builds aerobic fitness and endurance, very important in any physical altercation. Plus,...

Martial Arts: Taekwondo Sparring, distance closing, sparring match
distance closing, sparring match, promotion test: Hi Spencer, The key to distance closing is to practice your footwork and timing, and practice it with an opponent, not just in the air. There are various different drills that can help you with your footwork and timing. Ask your instructor about it,...

Martial Arts: Tai Chi and Jeet Kune Do, dan lee, dan inosanto
dan lee, dan inosanto, tai chi: No, Raul, not that I know of. Of course he s trained in it but you might be confusing him with Dan Lee, one of the earliest members of the Chinatown school era. Sometimes when people talk about the early days and they say Dan , it can be confusing as to...

Martial Arts: Unknown attack, angry man, fetal position
angry man, fetal position, bruise: Okay, let me see what I can do with your unusual question? First of all your lack of awareness for the situation (distracted by obtaining key) allowed for an opening and thus the attack. I m not saying he would not have attacked anyway but, at least...

Martial Arts: Chon=ji pattern in TKD, taekwondo, hyung
taekwondo, hyung, tul: The most basic reason for the choice of movements is just that, basics. Chon-Ji is meant for the beginning student (and Master) to practice the basic two blocks within TKD at the time of the early beginnings of Gen. Choi s TKD. Also the two most basic...

Martial Arts: Foundation of all martial arts., moving target, muscular endurance
moving target, muscular endurance, tangible qualities: Hi again Daniel. Running is a standard because it s something anyone can do and doesn t require any equipment or preparation. The results can be excellent if done correctly, or crippling if done poorly. I suggest looking into POSE method, barefoot running,...

Martial Arts: internal martial art strikes and kicks, internal martial art, xing yi
internal martial art, xing yi, bagua: Dear Daniel, For Martial Art, there is no restriction for the use of any jabs and kicks. Same for internal MA as you listed. Charge and release in your terms, refer to a loaded gun, all ready for use at all times. There should not be the process of loading,...

Martial Arts: Kenpo & Kung Fu, Kenpo, Karate
Kenpo, Karate, Kung Fu: Zander, Sorry it took me so long to reply. I just bought a new home and have been spending my days working on it and moving in.When I finally had a chance to check my E-Mail; (I.E. Now) I realized I had your question. So please first off accept my apologies....

Martial Arts: Tai chi and basics, Ziboce, tai
Ziboce, tai, chi: Hi Daniel, Thanks for your rating. Developing from your context, to do Fajing, there are two concerns. One, to organize the body in a good structure, framework ready for pressure, compression. It involves breathing, muscle strength, alignment of posture,...

Martial Arts: muscle mass and flexibility in martial arts, gaining muscle mass, lifting weights
gaining muscle mass, lifting weights, extreme power: Hi Spencer, Thank you very much for your question. Let me clarify something. In general, the more flexibility, the better, UP TO A POINT. Eventually you reach a point where more flexibility is actually worse for you. If you have too much flexibility,...

Martial Arts: QUESTION, dan inosanto, bernie lau
dan inosanto, bernie lau, IMB: Raul, I know for a fact that Sifu Dan did some work with Bernie Lau in Seattle and for a while at the IMB in Carson there was an Aikido guy named Mits who they all did some work with too. Hope this gives you the answers you re looking for. Anything else...

Martial Arts: Recommendation?, keysi fighting method, good body mechanics
keysi fighting method, good body mechanics, indonesian martial arts: Well, I m not really qualified to answer about the injury but I would agree that avoiding rolling around on the ground on your back is probably a good idea ... as is taking a lot of falls. Based on that assumption I d recommend avoiding MMA, Brazilian JJ,...

Martial Arts: Bushido, national tourist organization, japan national tourist organization
national tourist organization, japan national tourist organization, japan national tourist: Luke, This is one of those instances where I wish I knew everything about everything. Unfortunately I don t bit I have heard that the Mandarin Oriental can arrange a training session for you at the Samurai Training Hall in Nihonbashi. It might be expensive...

Martial Arts: your experience on tai chi, Tai Chi Ziboce
Tai Chi Ziboce: Hi, Nishat, If you have learnt almost 50 MA, you are expert to share your view. Anyway, question 1, is on whether you can reach the 4 targets by doing tai chi. My answer is yes. For the second question, my answer is as below. What training means to me,...