This group is for anyone interested in the sport of wrestling, whether you wrestled in school or are just a fan and want to learn. People say it's a dying sport but the popularity of MMA has really brought home the importance of wrestling as a skillset that every man needs, especially anyone interested in martial arts in general. Hopefully this can facilitate discussion and people looking for training partners in their areaSee More
"Depending on the laws of the county you live in a knife can be a concealed weapon. In the county I live in you can have a pocket knife no bigger then 3in and a fixed blade knife of any size as long as it is visible or in a bag that is not easily…"
" In my experience with hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and learning outdoor survival skills a knife has work best for me. But if an ax works best for you, then use what works for you.
Maybe there is no right or wrong answer…"
" A knife. A Sioux lady escaped from a Crow camp in winter, in deep snow with just the close on her back and a full tang knife of course. She made animal traps, used the animal hides and robes for closes, made tools, shelter etc.…"
""Just write out a massive list of all the s*** you've wanted to learn since you were a kid. Write down all the moments you've seen a movie and thought "S*** it'd be cool to do that"
That is an awesome idea. I am…"
"Be aware that many (most) 'Swiss' movements are made by ETA (part of the Swatch group and there's nothing wrong with that as they are the largest producer of mechanical watch movements BUT they have different grades of movements: ie…"
"Must Exercise Daily .
Has nothing to do with being a gentleman. It is a good idea to be of sound mind and body and is just as applicable to women as men. That said I’ve known quite a few well mannered and extraordinary men who were woefully…"
"Cotton trousers in earth tones, not all khakis, throw in some browns, dark greens, and greys. Dress for the position you want not the position you have. You will most likely not be criticized for over dressing, but surely for underdressing. Crease…"