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scientica
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No I haven't tried it. I've trained some Jujutsu (jujutsu kai), and I've got a classmate who's an aikidoka (don't rememver his kyu but he got the hakama) - we've had a PE lesson in his dojo the other week.
Isn't Kung-fu mimics of animals (or at least some of it's techniques are from animals)?

btw, what does "non-destructive" mean? are you meaning 'non-offensive' (ie defence instead of attack or "offensive decence")
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Tommy



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kung-fu has many mimics of animals, yes... "eagle grip" is one of them Razz
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scientica: yes i know. this is prob. the only forum that i don't have set location to sweden yet.


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Not in the moment, but an years ago I was trained fencing and a little judo. I wish to have time to do it again, but...

Regards
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scientica wrote:
what does "non-destructive" mean? are you meaning 'non-offensive'
Well, aiki-do could be considered 'non-offensive' because aikidokas (btw, I heard some world like 'aikizin') use 'tricks' to defeat an opponent. Karate is mostly offensive, it relies on kicks and knocks..
But I mean fighting rules. In some styles one must use mitt or boxing-gloves, hard hat, shields etc, in others - just 'show' the knock. But also there are 'full-contact' styles (they may have some restrictions too, like 'dont knock in the head(or something else), but you may kick there') here it's easy to get/make some injury - so, they are destructive. Also, there are styles where you don't need to fight at all.
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