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Hi,

My name is Kenny from Belgium.

My hobbies are Krav-Jitsu and watching Soccer.

After many years of thinking of a design, I decided to get my first tattoo.

I have one on my upper wrist.

So there lies the problem I'm having of when I can get back to training since we work a lot on wrist locks.

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It's a mixture of Krav Maga, Haganah, Modern Jiu Jitsu and Street Jiu Jitsu.

Ideal self defence for Police Officers and Military including submissions, ground control, defence for knife, gun, sticks, kubotan, ...

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It's a mixture of Krav Maga, Haganah, Modern Jiu Jitsu and Street Jiu Jitsu.

Ideal self defence for Police Officers and Military including submissions, ground control, defence for knife, gun, sticks, kubotan, ...

Sounds full-on!

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I've been doing martial arts for more about 20 years (karate, kung-fu, street fighting, kempo, ...)

But this is the most inconstant thing I ever did. Never the same, every training different.

I've played soccer, but compared to Krav-Jitsu it wasn't that tiring ;)

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Welcome! I believe the general consensus would say wait a solid month for that guy to heal, before doing any extreme exercises.. Especially since its in a pivot zone.

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I was wondering ... If you want to place a tattoo on your wrist.

It has a vertical line as symmetry from finger tips towards arm.

How to you see when it's straight?

The red line in the image for example

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This was the design I went for.

But the guy said the letter was too close to the vertical line, so he had to move it a little.

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