Thursday, May 25, 2017

Hello Everyone,

Thank you for coming back to my blog.  I decided to do some major changes to the blog in order to make it better.  Looking back it seemed I had many blog posts that were just continuing to give the same message over and over (which is that Kung Fu San Soo is not a good martial art to study in order to learn fighting/self-defense).

Some changes will also be made in how the blog is run:

First, if anyone wants to make comments or have questions for me they will have to send me an email.  It was taking so much time to respond to all the comments left on the blog and a lot of comments left were just personal insults towards me because my opinion that Kung Fu San Soo is not a good martial art to study really pissed off a lot of San Soo guys.  I will respond to questions or comments by writing up posts on them or if readers would like to remain anonymous I will communicate just with them.

Second, I will continue to emphasize real fighting styles, real fight gyms/camps, and real fighters.  A lot of the old posts are going to be put back up, but I will do it in a way where I will be able to keep track on what was posted so I don’t question myself on whether or not I have already made a post about a style, gym/camp, or fighter.

Third, my job requires me to do a lot of traveling around the United States so I don’t want to write up more repeating posts about advising people to avoid Kung Fu San Soo.  Using a coffee shop Wifi or any Wifi I'm able to use really is a good time for me to load up blog posts that I've written.  One of the first major posts of the new blog will focus strictly on Kung Fu San Soo and recommending to avoid it because in my opinion it is not a good martial art to study and there are more effective, efficient, and practical fighting styles discussed on this blog.

This blog is my own opinion and no one else’s opinion.

Questions or Comments
JimmyHWoo2016@gmail.com

Recommended Fighting Styles:


Southeast Asian Boxing Styles:
Muay Thai, Muay Lao, Pradal Serey, Lethwei, Tomoi

East Asian Boxing Styles:
Sanda (San Shou, San Da), Kyuk Too Ki, Shoot Boxing, Yaw Yan

Western:
Dutch Kickboxing, Savate, Western Boxing

Grappling:
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, Sambo (striking component too), Pankration (striking component too), Judo, Shuai Jiao

Other:
Kali/Arnis/Escrima

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Hello Everyone,

I've decided to re-create this blog.  I believe I can do it better than before.  A lot of the old posts will be posted back up.  However, I'm going to take time to make this blog better.

Check back for the new blog!

Remember the information below.

Questions or Comments
JimmyHWoo2016@gmail.com

Recommended Fighting Styles to train in:

Southeast Asian Boxing styles:
Muay Thai, Muay Lao, Pradal Serey, Lethwei, Tomoi

East Asian Boxing styles:
Sanda (San Shou, San Da), Kyuk Too Ki, Shoot Boxing, Yaw Yan

Western:
Dutch Kickboxing, Savate, Western Boxing

Grappling:
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, Sambo, Pankration, Judo, Shuai Jiao


Other:
Kali/Arnis/Escrima