| > Nowadays everyone is looking for realistic way of training and it seems to|
me TKD is going to the opposite way.
Yes, but every kind of martial arts cannot help going opposite way of realistic.
The realistic way of fighting is unsocial. It is a part of old TKD,
and it contains thrusting eyes, kicking nuts, or something like that.
I learned Jujitsu partly, and I believe it is very good martial art,
but I'm not afraid it willl not be useful to teach it to soldiers who prepare battle in one of realistic field.
I think training of the most realistic technique is like the center of a ball while each martial art is like each side of it.
The ball cannot help being empty so that no one can touch its center whatever side he may push.
Then the best we can do is hold its center through various training and various consideration,
whatever martial art we may learn.
It will be very interesting topic to talk about when we meet someday.