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is 25 too late to learn a martial art?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 7138989:MV8yMDk2ODE1XzM1MzEyMzM1Xzg2QUJGOURD] [quote:tatmark1:MV8yMDk2ODE1XzM1MzEyMTcyXzdGMjc3RDE1] and no finding a mma gym is not the way to go. is best to start in one style and get good at it before trying to "mix" it up [/quote] well... I think a good balance of progressive MMA and traditional art like kung fu might be good. But as for jeet kune do philosophy, a lot of people buy it.. I don't. Some people just dont understand the traditional martial arts... but if you must that's why I said some of the progressive MMA that focuses on kali/arnis etc can give you a good balance for that "intellectual side". Well if anyhting kali/arnis influences progressive MMA can provide good stuff that other traditional styles don't have like how to develop flow, be creative and good sensitivity training practice. [/quote]
seems like everyone started while they were a kid
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