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Which good music is for practicing martial arts or better fight ?

Thrash4
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BestMetalstormer

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  19.12.2009 at 06:03
What music is good for fighting or practice martial art ?

To me, I like thrash and some like thrash death or death, other metal seems a bit too abstract for me. Non-metal, I like some music from martial art movies, it has like ortiental element, instruments etc. Sometimes I like no music when doing martial art, I dont know why, though that is rare and Im not sure for the effect of the practice.

What about you ? and disscuss,
Powerslavex
Alexskywalker

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  19.12.2009 at 13:55
Thrash so i can thrash my opponent to pieces
Immortal

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  06.01.2010 at 09:40
The Mortal Kombat theme tune!
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BestMetalstormer

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  23.12.2011 at 09:36
Troy Killjoy
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  23.12.2011 at 09:58
When I'm training for my next big MMA fight, I train to the sounds of funeral doom.
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BestMetalstormer

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  23.12.2011 at 16:48
Written by Troy Killjoy on 23.12.2011 at 09:58

When I'm training for my next big MMA fight, I train to the sounds of funeral doom.

You can use funeral doom for Tai Chi :p
IronAngel

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  24.12.2011 at 19:49
You probably shouldn't use music for taiji, though. It may distract you from the exercise of listening to your body. At least that was my teacher's opinion. It was a more meditative and therapeutical approach at the discipline, though. I know they use music in competitive taiji in China, but that's more like gymnastics and not the "real thing." (Not that the Westernized wishy-washy version I practiced was the "real thing" either.)
BestMetalstormer

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  28.12.2011 at 15:55
Written by IronAngel on 24.12.2011 at 19:49

You probably shouldn't use music for taiji, though. It may distract you from the exercise of listening to your body. At least that was my teacher's opinion. It was a more meditative and therapeutical approach at the discipline, though. I know they use music in competitive taiji in China, but that's more like gymnastics and not the "real thing." (Not that the Westernized wishy-washy version I practiced was the "real thing" either.)

Oh I was fun of sarcasm on funeral doom thing of Troy with taiji, I just find generic that both taiji and funeral doom are slow in speed, so combine to say it xD.

Yeah I also never find any music around people who were practicing taiji, only when like you said, gymnastics or performance, in a big hall or stadium some music played to add "the color" for the show/performance.

And I'm quite surprised that there is in Metalstorm or metalhead knowing taiji like you. Martial arts is big thing if regards hobby or interest, not less remarkable like huge music metal culture.
!J.O.O.E.!
Mr. Off-Topic

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  28.12.2011 at 19:53
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A.Ghosheh

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  03.01.2012 at 14:15
I don't know about martial arts, but give me a machine gun while listening to Vital Remains and I'll conquer the world
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albinoman

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Age: 20
From: New Zealand

  11.02.2012 at 05:08
Definitely death or thrash, something about the speed pumps you up

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