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"/xs/ - Extreme Sports" is 4chan's imageboard imageboard dedicated to the discussion of extreme sports.

Welcome to /xs/ - Extreme Sports
/xs/ is a place to discuss all types of extreme sports and similar physical activities, which include (but are not limited to) skydiving, surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding, climbing, rafting, bungee-jumping, parkour, BMX & mountain biking, airsoft, paintball, etc.
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Can you learn boxing at home?
Just got all the basic boxing equipment, bag, gloves, wraps and was wondering if it would be possible to get to a proficient level by just watching youtube and using online resources.
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/HEMA/ General
/HEMA/ General - Waifu Edition

>What is HEMA?
HEMA stands for Historical European Martial Arts, sometimes also called Historical Fencing.
It's reconstructing how to fight with swords, daggers, polearms and other weapons based on old European fighting treatises

>What does it look like?
Inside the World of Longsword Fighting - [YouTube] Inside the World of Longsword Fighting | The New York Times (embed)
Back to the source - [YouTube] Back to the source - Historical European Martial Arts documentary (embed)
Martin Fabian Sparring - [YouTube] Underground longsword sparring (embed)

>Where can I find these treatises?

>Where can I find HEMA clubs near me?

Last thread: >>93386
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What snowboard should I get?
arbor crosscut rocker
Hey guys, I need a new snowboard for this season and I need some recommendations. I don't spend a ton of time in the park, so I'm mostly interested in freeriding or powder boards, preferable rockers. Pic related seems like a good pick (plus it's cheap), but are there other models I should look at?
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I'm new to BJJ and tonight I finally rolled with someone who was sweaty and smelt like absolute shit. I feel like I can still smell his odor on my hands even after washing them multiple times. Is it just in my head? Can body odor transfer? This mf ruined my brand new gi?
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Post your favorite ski locations
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/judo/ - Judo General
PUPP Reka vs BALLHAUS Mascha Judo Grand Slam Hungary 2022
Thread for judo (other jacketed wrestling styles welcome)

>IJF World Tour Schedule 2022

July 8-10 - Budapest Grand Slam
July 15-17 - Zagreb Grand Prix
October 21-23 - Abu Dhabi Grand Slam
November 4-6 - Baku Grand Slam
December 3-4 - Tokyo Grand Slam


previous thread: >>83942
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is bowling an extreme sport?
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/asg/ Airsoft General
"Hey, just what you see, pal" Edition

Old Thread: >>98308

Keep strictly real-steel related topics in >>>/k/, gun and gear porn's cool as long as you don't spam.

If you have a useful guide or want to rework one for the OP, post it and someone will add it to the next one.

>Updated Newbie pastebin

>/asg/ retailer guide

>Legal comprehensive, crosscheck with your local laws to be on the safe side
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/dgg/ Disc Golf General #2
The GOAT Putting
Hitting moms doing yoga in the park with your driver edition.
/DGG/ Disc Golf General
>What is disc golf?
Its golf but with frisbees or discs. Generally played at parks that have free courses.
>What do I need to get started?
A disc and some shoes to walk around comfortably. (You should probably also bring some water anon and maybe download UDisc for a scorecard, or print / make your own)
>I'm new what disc should I buy?
Pretty much any decent disc will get you out and playing. You don't need to buy a starter set immediately, instead buy a putter and approach disc as its a pretty easy to throw disc for a beginner and then buy more discs from there.
>Are there courses around me?
Almost certainly, check for a pretty comprehensive list of courses and recommendations as to what ones near you are good.
>I bought a starter set and cant throw these things straight or far at all!
Go onto youtube and lookup guides idiot. Also learn to throw your putter first. It's most likely the easiest disc to throw in your bag and just because it doesn't fly as fast as a fairway or driver disc, It'll probably fly farther as It WILL fly straighter.

Most people you meet out on a disc golf course are gonna be pretty chill guys who'll either help you out if u get a disc stuck in a tree, or even give u a quick tip if you're new.

Feel free to post photos from your local courses or discs.
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8x BJJ world champion Leandro Lo was killed
Last night in São Paulo Leandro was in a club with a few friends drinking in a table when this guy went there and grabbed a bottle from them while asking what they would do about it, Leandro got up and got bottle from his hands, in the altercation he took him down and "deescalated" the situation, their friends broke it apart and the murderer pretended to walk away, Leandro was sitting down when the guy walked to his table and shot him in the head twice killing him on the spot
I hate brazil
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/mtb/ Mountain Bike General
Boomer bikers edition:
> saddle all the way down so it's easier to get on and off the bike
> ride with knees sticking out
> really tall stem
> +$10k emtb has never seen a mountain
> always complains of joint pain and thinks it's because his rides are hard, refuses to admit it's because of the terrible bike fit and he sized up because he didn't want to admit he rides a small or a medium

> What good bike can I get for under $500?
a stolen bike. Possibly a newer used entry level hardtail but don't expect it to survive rock gardens, jumps, or drops. Or an older mtb which won't be as good as newer ones and will still have a front derailleur, but it'll be good enough.
> What good bike can I get for under $1000
Used hardtail
> What good bike can I get for under $2000?
New Hardtail
> What good bike can I get for under $3000?
Used full suspension
> What are the excellent value brands?
Marin, Commencal, Canyon, Polygon, YT, Propain, and many more. Sometimes the expensive brands have an excellent value bike.
This is a handy guide. Not comprehensive but a good guide for american riders. Europeans and Asians have access to other brands.
Previous Thread:>>102997
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/cg/ - Climbing General #8
The route setter known as 4chan edition

>Should I start climbing?
Yes. Get a friend, find your closest gym, go there and rent some shoes. Start with bouldering. Usually two colored tape-marks set the start of the route and the color of the tape is difficulty. Route is the same-colored grips up until the topmost grip (not edge of wall). There's usually a difficulty chart around the gym somewhere. Two hands on the last grip = you've sent it, congratulations.

>How do I start toproping?
You have to learn how to belay. Almost every climbing gym has toproping courses if they have toprope walls. Same grip-color system as with the bouldering, but here it's more common with each route having a specific grade instead of being within a range of grades. The grading system differs internationally and for style see here for more info:

>I just bought a BeastMaker 2000™, will I finally git gud?
No, you'll just fuck up your tendons. Google "Eva Lopez fingerboard routine" to learn how to use a fingerboards safely.

(Eternally remembered as /bog/)

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What is the most extreme sport you can think of?
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/thaig/ - Muay Thai General
Sillapathai vs Veeraphol (1) veeraphol hook heem
>muay thai gen #2 veeraphol edition
last thread hit image limit

thread for muay thai. ask questions and talk about muay thai and muay thai related stuff

>Understanding traditional scoring

>Live shows
>Siam Fight News
>ONE Championship
>Thai Fight
Also check the thread there's often links posted during events

>Older fights and highlights

>Cool magazine about muay Thai (translated from French)
>Descriptions of golden age fighters and their fights (ch.1)
>Can Thais box? The champions of muay thai + western boxing in Thailand
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Connecting With Other /xs/ Athletes
How do you anons meet other like minded people to practice these hobbies? A lot of these seem more fun/easier to get into with friends. Obviously many /xs/ports are a lot more niche and finding a local club or similar can be challenging.

How did you anons first discover your preferred sport? Did you go in alone, or have irl friends introduce you?

I've been thinking of browsing around and seeing what it offers.
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Wing chun
Is Wing Chun a good martial art? What are your thoughts??
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Very forgotten by this board, freediving is an extreme sport that needs strong mental and physical conditioning.

Any anon here that does it, and if so where?

Also spearfishing thread.

Post stories, personal records, tips, pictures etc..
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/esg/ eternal skate general
The only thing Tiago did wrong was not also use the N-word edition.

Basic brand information for beginners:

Shoe reviews:

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lil heem vs gladiator
This is an MMA practitioner vs a guy twice his size.
Is there anything the little guy could've done to beat that guy if they were in a serious fight?
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/BJJ/ - BJJ General
Screenshot 2022-07-01 223722
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu General



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/wma/ - Western Martial Arts General
Discuss Western Martial Arts. I.e. living non-HEMA arts with documented Western/European lineages.

Anymore to add to this list?
- Wrestling (Catch-as-Can, freestyle, Greco-Roman)
- Boxing (Bare Knuckle, amateur, professional, Savate)
- Fencing (foil, epee, saber, single stick - can this one be classed as living still?)
- Archery (target, field, clout, crossbow, flight)
- Shooting (multigun, bullseye, field, rapid, clay, running)

Add and discuss any you think fit the criteria (I.e. a living art with documented Western/European lineage).

Modern hybrid arts with mixed Eastern-Western lineges like Kickboxing, Submission Grappling; or historic reconstructed arts like HEMA are great but not what this thread is for.
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One of the easiest xtreme sports people can get into.
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What fights do I show to a new MMA fan?
Recently been getting my girlfriend into watching the UFC events with me and she’s been liking it a lot actually so I’ll show her some good fights here n there in between events.

What are some essential fights she needs to see? Not just UFC but any organization or any combat sport. Boxing, Muay Thai, Kickboxing ect. (The more bloody the better. She gets amazed by that)
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/cma/ - Chinese Martial Arts General
What Chinese Martial Art do you practice?
Which style of Kung-Fu works best for the streets or in MMA?
What do you think of Wushu demonstrations?
Did the CCP ruin CMA?
Is Sanda a true CMA?
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/xs/, what qi cultivation methods have you found effective for martial arts?
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/kg/ - Karate General
karate thread - spinny shit edition

previous thread: >>60644
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So, I want to get into bmx and what not, but all I have is an old walmart bmx that I've had since I was a kid.

It's a mongoose, if that matters, but should I upgrade it, like the sprocket and add a gyro brake? Or just buy something else..
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Throws vs slams
>Judo uses throws: You don't actually want to hurt the other guy, so you throw him in a way that makes it possible to breakfall
>Wrestling uses slams: The mats are thick and soft so breakfalling is not necessary, so you slam. In a real fight, this would make it impossible to breakfall and break bones and joints, whatever hits the concrete first at full speed is destroyed.

tl;dr: In a brawl, use slams. Pic related would be a broken elbow, maybe broken shoulder and broken collarbone for the guy in red.
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/erg/ Earth Rocker General
Being a musician is optional.
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didn't start training because of nerves... again
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/box/ general
Repeat something 10,000 times and turn your body into a weapon.

The greatest style of boxing is catch-n-shoot.
The greatest defence is angling and slipping.
The greatest mental victory is being unreadable. Feign.
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/thaig/ muay thai general
Veeraphol vs Samson (Saenmuangnoi)
muay thai thread
i watch fights and make clips when i see something that i thought was cool. i'll be dumping some of my clips, mostly muay thai but some kickboxing circuits too like K1 and rarely GLORY. maybe some pictures here and there
feel free to discuss muay thai, ask questions or post your favorite clips too.
love muay thai, simple as
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Any way to avoid a shiner?
I accidentally got headbutted while sparring in Muay Thai about an hour ago and I’m dealing with this. Does anyone have a good remedy that’ll fix this soon? I’ve got a date Friday night and seeing my family on Father’s Day and would prefer not to have a black eye for both.
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Can we talk about archery here? I wanna talk about archery.
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WNO Ryan v Peña
does anyone have a streaming link for the event ?
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Why there's no /bmx/ general?
Is a death sport?
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based soaper
soaping bros, we're home
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What does /xs/ and >>>/x/ have in common?
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/mtb/ Mountain Bike General
No working legs? No Problem edition
Post Pictures of rides, discuss rides. Post your bike and where you are, there may be a hot single anon in your area.
Threadly question: Which injuries kept you off the bike? I've had a few crashes where I thought I had to take a break from riding but it turned out that pedalling didn't hurt me at all. These include spraining my ankle when I lost my rear on dry leaves on dust, tearing open my knee in 2 crashes, and breaking my toe while rock climbing. I think COVID might keep me off the MTB for a while but only because the technical climbs I like doing make my heart rate spike way higher than a steady climb on road.
> What good bike can I get for under $500?
a stolen bike
> What good bike can I get for under $1000
Used hardtail
> What good bike can I get for under $2000?
New Hardtail
> What good bike can I get for under $3000?
Used full suspension
> What are the excellent value brands?
Marin, Commencal, Canyon, Polygon, YT, Propain, and many more. Sometimes the expensive brands have an excellent value bike.
This is a handy guide. Not comprehensive but a good guide for american riders. Europeans and Asians have access to other brands.

Previous Thread: >>95377
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that hurt
You've heard of Buhurt, right? A combat sport that has recently come back into popularity after being shut down and forgotten for nearly 600 years.

Then name Buhurt comes from a loose translation of some old french word for wallop. But that's not important. What is important is watching guys in full steel plate armor with real steel weapons stepping into a ring and beating the fucking shit out of each other.

Matches usually range between 1v1, 2v2, 5v5, 8v8, 16v16, all the way up to 150v150.

The rules are simple. Do whatever it takes to knock your opponent to the ground.
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/roll/ – roller skating general
What are the best roller blades for recreation and fun?
What makes a roller skate fast?
What makes a roller skate nimble and maneuverable?
What roller skates should one bring to the roller rink to not look like a try-hard or a know-nothing?
How big is too big in terms of wheel size?
What number of wheels is ideal? Three? Four? Five?
What are the most practical and convenient roller skates? Are there any roller blades that fit over standard sneakers/shoes and are they any good?
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Teaching bjj
Grapplers of /xs/
I'm a bjj purple belt and im going to teach a friend a few hours a week privately
I assume doing it like my regular classes is not the best option since there is no one to demonstrate the moves on, also how hard should i roll with him and structure the class overall
Pic unrel
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how common is fixed fights in mma and boxing is there any fights you think were fixed?
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/scuba/ general
What the fuck bros? There's no /scuba/ general?

Let's rectify that.

Best dive sites? Hairy or funny stories?

And the obvious question, what's better? PADI or SDI?

Here's an Australian Scuba FAQ until we make our own
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How effective is just being Huge and Jacked in terms of fighting
im 6'6"~ 250lbs (not jacked or anything) and untrained i any martial art, I only know basic techniques from boxing/muay thai/bjj/wrestling basically what would be seen commonly in an mma match. I have 4 friends (2 wrestlers, and 1 boxer and kickboxer) and we spar under mma rules fairly frequent not holding much back. I haven't lost once due to just being able to overpower them or take advantage of my reach, does a significant size advantage trump low level actual martial arts training?
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/cssf/ - Combat Sports in Street Fights General
Discuss which combat sports are best in "da streets!" and not the cage.

TMA faggots not allowed. Your shit doesn't work under any contexts.

Which is better for street fighting, grappling or striking?

I lean towards striking as unlike the cage I have rarely seen fights in streets go to the ground.

And 9/10 rarely beyond punches being thrown so boxing would be my choice for most effective for self-defense.

I think K-1/unified kickboxing or Muay Thai would work well if you already have good boxing skills, as never met anyone who could check low leg kicks without being drilled it.

For in the streets grappling possibly Judo over wrestling as people tend to wear jackets depending on the climate where you live. Tho wrestling for the cage.

BJJ outside of standing submissions that I think Judo has anyway, I can't see having any practical use in the street. Tho obvs its the most successful style in the cage.
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Experience skater general - /Esg/ trial
Experienced Skater General - /Esg/ trial thread

A thread for people with more than 2 years continuous skateboarding under their belt. Age/weight posts, ollie/gear advice posts and longboard posts will be received as troll attempts. Those posts can be taken to >>102556

How much time in a week do you spend watching skate videos? I really only watch maybe 3 full length vids a month while watching a couple 5 minute edits. Its weird how every media I consume is passive and I dont need to pay attention while watching it while skate vids you have to focus and actually watch them. Did anyone else feel paymaster was really disappointing for some reason, like the skating was great but it didnt have the same vibe as johns vid for some reason. maybe cause it was an actual company vid and not a homie vid.

please watch one of these two videos and be able to do a back 180 before posting
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skater weed
Why is marijuana use and skateboarding so intertwined? Not just skateboarding even in surfing and snowboarding but its really big in skateboarding? Personally ive been skating high for so long I wonder if skating sober would help me progress faster
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/pbg/ - Paintball General
90s Edition
Previous: >>15773

When was your first game? Got any vintage setups you still shoot?
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front by anon
Parkour thread.

Where are you at with your training? How have you been working around the limits of weather and lockdowns? How much do you apply the utilitarian Hébertist mindset of being strong to be useful to your training routines?

Freerunners can post, too. Maybe even gymnasts and trickers if you don't get your own thread up and running.

original thread >>1236
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1034 - 822fa0N
Should I buy a longboard if I've never skated before? I just want another way to get around town besides a car.
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What's your concensus on prime Tyson?
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/esg/ - Eternal Skateboarding General
Circus trick appreciaters go home

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Why is kung fu so flashy?
Why are most styles developed in a way to resemble a dance? How could this dance dance revolution shit possibly be the result of centuries of bloody wars and conquest?
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Paintball vs Airsoft, which do you prefer? I've never played either but I'm thinking about investing into paintball because it seems harder to cheat
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Fish Fear Me
Just posting the GOAT
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Do I really need hand wraps?
If so, can I improvise?
New to boxing just got a bag and gloves.
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What happened to karate, bros?

This footage from the 1987 world championship seems exactly the type of ruleset that makes karate interesting. It's full contact, punches are utilized resulting in a faster-paced match.

This looks much more exciting and useful than whatever the ruleset is today.
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Boxing injury
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Hey boxing-bros. I recently started to train boxing and my wrist started to hurt. What should I do different?
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Would it be too autistic to challenge my high school bullies from 10 years ago to an amateur wrestling match? Street fighting is too dangerous and I don't want to go to jail. serious replies only
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BASE thread general

Want to skydive/ BASE jump? ask me a question. Drop coordinates for your exit points
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Japanese Armored Combat League?
I really like the idea of the Armored Combat League. Suiting up in armor and hacking at each other sounds like blast. Though, I've always been drawn more to Japanese marital arts.

Is there a Japanese MA equivalent to ACL? Where participants dress up in Samurai Armor and go at it with Japanese weapons? I know of Kendo, and have looked into it, but I feel that Kendo doesn't really satisfy that itch. I want something that's aggressive like ACL.
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/surf/ Surfing General
Will Slater surf in Tokyo? edition
>Any summer surf plans?
>Opinions on competition structure?
>Anyone surf Tsurigasaki beach?
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Am I too old to skateboard?
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ITT: We take a non-extreme sport and change it to make it extreme.

Marathon but you can sabotage your opponents any way you want. Weapons allowed. Basically the Road Rash game but on foot.

Dodgeball with bocce.

Polo but with rodeo horses.

Water polo but the water is slightly acidic so your skin and eyes start to burn after a while and you can only get out (rotating with other team members) once you score.

Any motor sport but without brakes.

Soccer with bowling balls.

Squash but the room is so narrow and you can get hit by the other player's racket.

Basketball but the court is oiled.
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Sean vs Alex
You could tell he was going to kill Sean within the first 5 seconds
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How can I train MMA/boxing at home? None of my gyms had punching bags so I had to buy one and the closest MMA gym is four hours away
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I just love how GOAT actually means nothing.

> Win title: GOAT
> Lose title: Never GOAT
> Win two fights: GOAT
> Lose title fight: Never GOAT
> Win again: GOAT
> Win title again: ALWAYS GOAT

Retarded term.

(-- Not specifically picrel, just in general.)
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/marble/ - Marble League General
/sp/ is too fast for /marble/ during non-Marble League periods, so this could be the base for this extreme sporting event during most of the year

Marbula One Season 2 returns from its break starting with race 7
Oceanics managed to win the 2021 Winter Marble League, redeeming themselves after their disastrous 2019 Marble League outing

>What is Marble League?
The Marble League is a tournament that features the most decorated and dedicated marble sports athletes. Every year, teams of five marbles compete in Qualifiers and the top 12 teams, along with 4 automatically qualified teams, advance to the main tournament. After an exquisite opening ceremony, the 16 teams perform in a series of events that are inspired by real-world Olympic events, earning medals and scoring points towards an overall total. The team with the most points at the end of the tournament is the team that wins the Marble League, standing at the top of the podium during the closing ceremony and having the honor of extinguishing the torch at the end of each year.

>Channel Link

>Official Website

>Fandom Wiki
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Off basho Sumo general thread
summer qt edition

Old thread >>94231

Next basho starts: Sun July 10 - Sun July 24

Current Makuuchi banzuke:
Current Juryo banzuke:

Info on Sumo - Sumopedia:
Official Sumo site:
Sumo database:
Last basho highlights:

We'll move to /sp/ for the basho thread when it starts.
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Give me one good reason why i should start doing karate.
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/tma/ Traditional Martial Arts General
Discuss arts classified as Traditional East Asian martial arts here (Wing Chun, Tai Chi, Karate, Kempo, Taekwondo, Kudo, JuJutsu, Judo, Aikido, Hapkido, etc) in a safe space.

Discussions about effectiveness vs MMA etc are great but not for this thread.

Yes many of the ones mentioned are Budo which in Japan are classified as modern arts, this is for what Westerners perceive as traditional East Asian arts.

What is your art?
What is your grade/belt level?
What is the most important lesson it has taught you?
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/Rizin/ Tournament.
Sunday 07.31.2022 at 12:00 AM ET
Rizin 37 Grand champion.

Full cards.
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UFC 277 who watching
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conflicting coaches
listen here lads, so i finally went to a boxing gym after practising and teaching myself with youtube. but the coaches have conflicting opinions.
for example one coach tells me me stance should be a shoulder width apart, feet pointing 1-o-clock. the youtuber told me my feet should be wider with the front foot pointing 45°s.
one coach told me fistss should tilt slightly while other tells me it should be fully rotated
who should i listen to?
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Triathlons vs BJJ: Which hobby is best for me?
I've narrowed it down to these two

>both burn a lot of calories, thus allowing me to eat a lot and stay lean
>both are competitive
>both have a valid way to see if you're improving via belt system for bjj and times for triathlons
>both are exertive sports where i can go all out and have few injuries (as long as i tap out in bjj early)
>both use your body a lot (rolling and grappling vs running, cycling and swimming)
>both are things that i can do well into the years (im 29)
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Can we merge back into /asp/ again? /pw/ sucks.
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Are there any kung fu styles that actually works on a street fight or can win against a MMA athlete? I love kung fu but I'm really hesitant about wasting my time by learning it
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I'm strongly considering buying a sport bike motorcycle. I've never ridden a motorcycle and I don't know much about them. Is this a retarded idea? I think they're cool

pic related
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/f1/ - Comfy Formula 1 General - Exodus Edition
Diniz Ligier on fire
A new comfy F1 general now that the old one has gone off the rails lately

No Anime
No Twitterposting
No Redditposting
No posting literal shit
Strawposting and Gimiposting welcome

Also reminder that F1 has had more deaths than many of the sports on this board, therefore extreme
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King of the Streets - Underground Fight Club
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Bareknuckle MMA is a brilliant concept. Fighting on concrete is retarded. What do you think of King of the Streets? Plus, how "underground" is a promotion that gets millions of YouTube and social media views?
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can we a thread to discuss tauromaquia? it's historical roots, techniques,modes of engagement(horse-riding, etc),maybe even the morality of it(protip:in Spain its tradition to donate the meat of the slain bull to an orphanage)
the main countries in the "bloody" tauromachy are mexico and spain. i think USA has some rodeo version without any blood drawn.
and in chine some kung-fu guys are wrestling bulls..but i think theyre not matador bulls nor sementals.
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Zorb thread
How is your zorbing going
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Sup skaters i bought adidas copa nationale and this high arch on the insole makes them really uncomfortable so I am trying to refund them. My dumbass tried to clean the soles with alcohol cleaner, sadly some of it got on the nucuck leather. So it has fucking STAINS on the toecap. Lets see if skatedeluxe shows mercy and refunds my 80€. Also why aint they on the google doc??? the captchas are so hard!!
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/esg/ - Eternal Skateboarding General
Basic brand information for beginners:

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Just found out about this guys.
Looks so fuckin rad.
mfw I will never be an Ice-Speedway champ.
I bet they get all kinds of strange.
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Why is XGAMES skateboard runs so fucking boring and slow? Its putting me to sleep. Same trick over and over
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advise pls
me penis gets squeezed between me thighs when throwing right hook
i know it sounds dumb but it's keeping me from punching harder
i use sports pants under my trousers is that why?
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Did George Mallory reach the top of Everest?
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The Great Outdoors
Eli Tomac is most likely racing his last 450 AMA Motocross Championship. The sport will definitely miss this legend.

Does Anon have any good ET3 memories?
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nikko serpent
I thought of an idea for an extreme sport;rugby with nunchucks. Nunchucks of hollow wood are provided to all players,who are also provided with slightly paded helmets and groin protectors. But, direct kicks to the shin ,calves and feet,are allowed.
I guess it would be more like calcio storico with a rugby ball? But with team.tactics of rugby,tackles,kickings and ...nunchucks
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esg - /eternal skateboarding general/
Sablone edition

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/asg/ Airsoft General
"Smokey, this is not 'Nam" Edition

Old Thread: >>92864

Keep strictly real-steel related topics in >>>/k/, gun and gear porn's cool as long as you don't spam.

If you have a useful guide or want to rework one for the OP, post it and someone will add it to the next one.

>Updated Newbie pastebin

>/asg/ retailer guide

>Legal comprehensive, crosscheck with your local laws to be on the safe side
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systema breathing
Do you think it's legit? There might be something to proper body movement and breathing it teaches.
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Shooting/Archery sport
What is the easiest form of archery/shooting to win a medal in Canada?
I am age 28, my goal is to start learning a shooting sport at a local gun range/Archery range and get places in the top 3 of a competition within the next 2 yrs.
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when are we putting together a team of martial autists to take on KOTS? We could have our own real life maximum tournament, putting together a team of super auts, with the best training and nutrition anonymous retards on the internet can find
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please tell me im not the only one who swears his name has always been Mike Valley
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Wouldn't a smaller chin be more advantageous in a fight?
because they can't catch you as easily across the chin since it doesn't protrude as much, therefore it is less likely for your brainstem to be suddenly shaken to the point of blacking out.
therefore chincels are actually chinchads, lol.
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/jsa/ Japanese Sword Arts General
One year later edition.

A thread to discuss Kendo/jutsu, Iaido/jutsu. OP post tailored towards Kendo since it is the most commonly practiced.

>What is Kendo?
Kendo is a modern Japanese martial art which combines traditional Japanese swordsmanship (Kenjutsu) techniques with sporting elements for competition. It is practiced with shinai (bamboo swords) and armor. The philosophy of modern Kendo is based off of Budo concepts and aims to develop the self through practice.

>What are the rules of Kendo?

>Am I too old to practice Kendo?
No. Westerns start later and many people practice Kendo until they’re dead.

>Is Kendo a martial art or a sport?

>Where can I find a Kendo/Iaido club or dojo?

Start with the International Kendo Federation (FIK) and navigate to your country or region. If you live in a particularly large country, your country’s federation will most likely consist of regional federations. Some federations also include Iaido clubs.

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Techniques taught wrong
>Hurr push through the target
NO. You slap the target with your shin. Relaxed, fast, full bodyweight behind it. No pushing, just like you wouldn't push your punches!

This shit ranks right up there with
>Raise your shoulder when punching to protect your chin

Who thinks this shit up? Crab mentality journeymen who train noobs wrong as a joke?

In b4
>But my coach says to do it like this
Then your coach sucks. Try it on pads, enjoy padholder complaining about getting his bones rattled.
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Russian systema=best unarmed combat sport
You can see here Russian System expert is simply impervious to knife attack, no matter what technique attacker tries. [Open]
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can you win a fight against multiple enemies?
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How do I get started with MMA? What are the best martial arts for this? Is it best to focus on striking or grappling?

I've done kickboxing for 3 months now (yellow belt) and I've fought in a few boxing matches. I did BJJ for 1 month. How long should I train before my first MMA fight?
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fighting big dudes
/xs/, what is your (unarmed) strategy against a man this size?
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My Experience with Wing Chun
I took 4 classes of Wing Chun because I have an open mind and I'm willing to try just about try anything, and I must say my verdict is overwhelmingly negative.
First of all let me say that the school I trained at was about as legit you're gonna get in Wing Chun. They sparred, they competed in full-contact Wing Chun tournaments, I even heard they sometimes cross train with Kyokushin guys that train in the same building. None of that is particularly impressive compared to kickboxing/MMA gyms that are actually churning out proven in-the-ring fighters, but by Wing Chun standards I doubt something more legitimate exists.

I'll detail my experiences in the following posts.
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/esg/ - Eternal Skateboarding General
Negro edition

Rules of /esg/:
>ZERO tolerance for racism!
>Everyone is a queer unless stated AND proven otherwise.
>Please provide your pronouns in the name field.
>When discussing female skateboarders, please refer only to their skating ability and not other sexist terms like their waist size to hip ratio. For example, pointing out that Nora's waist is the same diameter as her hips is not OKAY.

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Shoulder dislocation success stories
Coming off a shoulder dislocation that's been affecting my jiu jitsu. I'd love to hear your guys success stories in dealing with this sort of an injury. Online it seems like you only come across hypochondriacs and defeated/beta/loser men whereas when I come across and speak to folks that have dealt with these sorts of injuries in practice and in real-life I am amazed at the number of seemingly stoic men I come across that have dealt with this/their injury(s) without the smallest trace of doubt, unphased, and with utter confidence and boldness.
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Why are martial arts considered extreme sports?
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How to throw a punch
Are you supposed to be tense when it lands? what is the proper technique ? do you move your feet during the punch?
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BBJ advice
Should I warm up before a BJJ tournament or fight without one to not burn out?
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I'm getting /fit/ for the first time in my life and want to have fun with some sports. Among others I'm considering boxing cause it looks fun and practical for self defence. However my reaction time is miserable. Somehow while I fail at the human benchmark test I'm really good at vidya that require reflexes, probably because when it comes to real life applications of my reaction time I can read my opponents really well. Still, in box it seems like the first thing you learn is how to not telegraph your punches so that your opponent relies purely on his reaction time. Before I go down the rabbit-hole of learning about the nervous system and reaction times perhaps someone here already knows something about improving your nervous system. I suffered from severe depression most of my life and childhood which might have damaged my reaction time. Anyone knows if you can undo the damage with perhaps some diet/supplementation, regiment or medicine?
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image_2022-05-24_214647232 everyone should grow up and open there eyes and realise orangutan boxing is better then any martial arts
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getting tough the real,hard way
torilo-kugi pumch
I need to "get tough", for Religious reasons actually, I think being effeminate,modernist is a sin-anyways I think while training gyms are great they just dont cut it;I need to be street-fighting able, military-level able,,nothing illegal tho.
Anyways;here are some pointers /ideas about my journey im planning,you may comment on it.
>join several different MMA/vale tudo/rugby schools and gyms,but with a respectful yet combative attitude.- Probably gonna get my shit kicked in the first few dozens times,but its healthy and neccesary
>try to get a job as a bouncer and/or get into brawls with bouncers
>hire some kind of midly-rotten-character ex-cop or ex-military or pay more for private classes with a legit krav maga or combative guy
i AM over 18 btw,but I reckon my plans may sound childish to the uninnitatied
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Has anyone tried the ultimate extreme sport, Chess-Boxing?

"Chess boxing, or chessboxing, is a hybrid sport that combines two traditional disciplines: chess and boxing.[1][2] Two combatants play alternating rounds of blitz chess and boxing until one wins by checkmate or knockout."
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How to turn chess into a extreme sport?
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My mother is a personal trainer at a gym. She used to box 20 yrs ago in university in the UK, and had won a few medals too. Mum is still very good at boxing, her footwork and her speed is fantastic, and even her punches pack more power than me n my younger bro. Overall, she's got great fighting skills and a lot of experience. Was thinking of dipping my toes into martial arts these days, would it be better if I train with my own mum at her gym rather than at a professional boxing gym with other lads my age?
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people who do taekwondo why do you do it and have you ever used it in a fight cause personally i think its the worst martial arts cause all the high kicks you would never work in a fight and its not close contact so from that i think its useless
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/esg/ - Eternal Skateboarding General
Mad that I made a new thread? Become a janitor and clean it up. For free.

This thread is for skateboarding.

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Throwing weaponry general
I think that's more of a cool sport/hobby with weaponry implications than anything since it requires muscle force and techniques akin to martial arts but hey, anybody else here into knife/axe/spear/dart/throwing spikes,etc ?
What's your favorite technique and your favorite type of it ? Any tips on it ?
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Would it be too autistic to challenge my high school bullies from 10 years ago to a boxing match? Street fighting is too dangerous and I don't want to go to jail.
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/cg/ - Climbing General #7
Tomboy summer edition

>Should I start climbing?
Yes. Get a friend, find your closest gym, go there and rent some shoes. Start with bouldering. Usually two colored tape-marks set the start of the route and the color of the tape is difficulty. Route is the same-colored grips up until the topmost grip (not edge of wall). There's usually a difficulty chart around the gym somewhere. Two hands on the last grip = you've sent it, congratulations.

>How do I start toproping?
You have to learn how to belay. Almost every climbing gym has toproping courses if they have toprope walls. Same grip-color system as with the bouldering, but here it's more common with each route having a specific grade instead of being within a range of grades. The grading system differs internationally and for style see here for more info:

>I just bought a BeastMaker 2000™, will I finally git gud?
No, you'll just fuck up your tendons. Google "Eva Lopez fingerboard routine" to learn how to use a fingerboards safely.

(Eternally remembered as /bog/)

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Why are all these faggots arguing over combat sports like grow up lmao and just enjoy watching them and competing in them.
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