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is 25 too late to learn a martial art?
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[quote:Monk Meat:MV8yMDk2ODE1XzM1MzExMjIwX0ZDQURGOUNC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 17186349:MV8yMDk2ODE1XzM1MzExMDgwXzVDNkM1MkY=] whatever you do, don't waste time with a traditional martial art. find a mixed martial art gym in your area and join that. none of the other crap works. mma or a gun, it's that simple. [/quote] I strongly disagree with this. Traditional martial arts are a great way to keep in shape. Great for you physically and mentally. It's not what style you know, it's who you are as a person that mainly determines the outcome of a confrontation. Besides, if you're an average guy in an average neighborhood, chances are, you won't be in a situation to "test your skills." [/quote]
seems like everyone started while they were a kid
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