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13 Answers

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Anything that advertises "Free money" is a scam. There will be a hook, somewhere.

    • Chris S6 years agoReport

      I'm tired of answers like these, really not helpful. I don't want no generic *** answer, I want an answer from experience. Not an answer you hear from a blog

  • Lauren
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    I have had this same question pop up in my life on more than one occassion by many different people. ALL martial arts, including the koryu (the ancient traditional schools), had a beginning. ALL of them were created by someone and refined by someone else and so on until we have what we have today. So for someone to make up a fighting style does not determine if it is a legit or illigit art. In my humble opinion I think that if someone creates an art and knows it inside and out and can both apply it effectively and teach others to do likewise then their art is as legitimate as Shotokan Karate and Shaolin Kung Fu. I agree that just because you have never heard of a style before it doesn't make it illigitimate. The world is a big place and we don't know everything, so to dismiss something prima-facia without knowing all of the facts is just arrogant and ignorant. It should be pointed out that in China there were many, many, many family styles at one point. A lot of families had their own secret fighting method that they started to teach others and either those methods died off, were changed, forgotten, or codified into something else. They can still be found today, though not easily. I know of one master that has inherited his style from it's original founder and believe me when I say that he is one of if not the most incredible martial artist I have ever seen. I think all people should be quick to listen and slow to speak. That way they may just learn something.

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  • 4 years ago

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    This is really an issue and thoughts that makes full, wide and long debates on some people involve in Martial Arts, because being legitimate has wide meaning in it and interpretation varied a wide definition, every person insist what he thinks is right behind his minds, especially if those people had been corrupted by the wrong teachings about legitimacy of arts that rises on certain place. But for me, if one style been occur on one place bringing the name of certain arts, it is hard to say about its legality, unless a person will check the instructors background and the origin of his skills and knowledge, judging them is like you are saying that such is the content of the books by just reading his cover. What matter most here is the know how of the instructor and he followed the curriculum of the style the taught, he knows what to do, what to give and what to instruct. This is the hard point on this recent forms of Martial Arts, once you are not involve or not a member under their organization, then you will feel the discrimination point of being out in the line, they will not consider you a legitimate instructor, a side scenario because most existed organization now are relying on the contribution and support you can give to them. Being legitimate, wow, so funny but things are really hard to know if how some people consider this. . . . . . . . .

  • 5 years ago

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  • 5 years ago

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  • 6 years ago

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  • 5 years ago

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  • dagmar
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

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  • 6 years ago

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