Ever suffered for your art...?

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Moon
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Postby Moon » Thu Sep 29, 2005 8:18 pm

I can honestly state that the furthest thing from my mind when I had 3" of steel stuck through my jacobs into my sh*t chute was smiling :tut:
Though I will admit to having a laugh about it now :D
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Postby dantae » Thu Aug 23, 2007 11:00 pm

when tenomora sensei (grandmaster of genbukan) decided to show me the spacifics of a lock by puting it on me do think my leg as have ever been in so much pain locks using hanbo are evil evil things :twisted:

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Postby kirisute » Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:45 am

too many to really recall....

Tae-Kwon-Do full contact compettion: dislocated hip
re-enactment: broken knuckles, arrow (sharp) through arm
various: sharp rapier in left forearm
heat stroke on numerous occasions for running around in full plate armour
split head open from quarter staff
various cuts, gashes and bruises from various bladed weapons


whats that saying again?
no pain...no gain?

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Re: Ever suffered for your art...?

Postby darktim » Mon Feb 02, 2009 1:27 am

depends on how you train really. if your training close to 100% all out you WILL be injured. you need to train to say 70-80% full on. maybe 100% once a month. but you need to listen to your body. but again depends on how you train. if its for your own protections then train 70-80 regular.
also you technique may be naff. if your constantly injuring your slef.

to be honest i think that bruises, cut, scraps should be almost EVER session.
when you wake up at nite with a start. And the last thing you hear is metal being pulled from leather before all goes quiet and dark. thats just me makin sure your tucked in for a long sleep.


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