Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by THAIBOXINJUNKIE, Aug 17, 2010.
who was the first to train in multiple martials arts
Thog the caveman.
Someone we never heard of? For example the founder of Aikido trained in Jujitsu and Judo. I'm sure at some point earlier, someone did more than one art.
The conventional answer is that Bruce Lee is the father of cross-training.
Cross-training in martial arts has been practiced since martial arts were created. So the first was probably a Buddhist Monk or Samurai lol.
Almost all of the old kung fu masters who created their own style did so after studying in several styles and including aspects of each
suck my dick
You are nowhere near as fellatable as Aesopian, so...no.
Everyone knows it was Ramirez.
The dude was born in 896 BC and has been training for like 2000 years or something.
Yeah, what this guy said is true. I would only go gay for Aesopian, sorry.
Truly a multi-faceted fighter.
this thread deteriorated rather quickly.
Some guy we never ever heard of. Hell Pankration was MMA and an Olympic Sport before Christ was born. So I highly doubt we can reach back that far or further to come up with a name for you.
Did you just given your self an order to auto-fellate? Why take that public?
My cousin's girlfriend told me it was Chuck Norris. She read it on the internet.
GROO the Wanderer!
are you saying the first "martial artist" or the first "martial art" ?
If you're talking about the first martial artist, you're never going to find that person's name because they're ancient. If you're talking about modern cross-training by a martial art (collectively) that's a different discussion
also, Ramirez was an effete snob.
Jesus - he did some brutal cross training from what i hear
Separate names with a comma.