Light Saber Training (so to speak)

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27 Sep 2012 16:49 #74723 by RyuJin
ah but they say professional wrestling isn't real either....but it doesn't stop people from getting seriously injured....even well choreagraphed stage fighting can be adapted to the real world if you have enough creativity and common sense...i've never larped, but i can still see value in it...just as i can see how modified professional wrestling can be lethal....as we said in bootcamp...adapt and overcome

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27 Sep 2012 18:00 - 27 Sep 2012 18:00 #74730 by Thiddex
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RyuJin:

ah but they say professional wrestling isn't real either....but it doesn't stop people from getting seriously injured....even well choreagraphed stage fighting can be adapted to the real world if you have enough creativity and common sense...i've never larped, but i can still see value in it...just as i can see how modified professional wrestling can be lethal....as we said in bootcamp...adapt and overcome


Yes, people can get hurt larp fighting, but it is not the same. And you can't compare it to professional wrestling vs real wrestling. It's more like backyard wrestling where the people simple mimic the moves with no training. Here is one I think we can agree on. It's like some going through boot camp with no drill instuctors. they do the motions but don't get the true feeling of it.
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03 Oct 2012 17:58 #75454 by Andy Spalding
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I was thinking about this a bit. The SCA and LARP are not martial arts. They are outlets for the usage of martial arts.

It COULD BE a place to learn the martial arts of europe only if you hook up with a group or individual that already does study it. It is simply an opportunity to put forth what ever training you do, but does not have any martial teachings of its own. There fore, SCA is not a martial art.

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07 Nov 2012 16:13 #79760 by Farthing
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Hey There, as far as literal Light Saber training I know of a pretty decent resource if you are interested. dl.dropbox.com/u/17111310/7%20Forms%20of...htsaber%20Combat.pdf

that is a little information on the saber training and the different forms.



and that is a little help on learning the first of the forms

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