Thanks for the rep Gibbo. I really should spend more time working and less playing on the forum.
Thanks for the rep old chap!
Hey Gibbo, great article about Ozawa sensei getting his 8-dan. Gave a really good, down to earth sense of the man and his "journey". Very inspiring. I particularly liked how he felt a little bit of not training may have also helped in the lead-up to the shinsa. Nice one! b
You know, chicken is pretty good.
Fank u very much......... equal Kudos to you for yours.
They call the French 'cheese-eating surrender-monkeys'
Perhaps we should address all communications concerning septics to 'burger-munching friendly-fire merchants'....
Thanks for the rep Gibbo! It took me so long, and live two periods in Japan (no, not that "kind" of periods!), understanding, misunderstanding, get hit, hit, get frustrated and being a piñata. But most important was paying attention to ALL of any sensei could tell me...
I rememeber when I was in Fukuoka Kyouiku Daigaku at their Kangeiko, how Honda sensei made me notice about the different ways of applying it, and made me check how one of the senpai (who by the time was shorter than the others) had to deal with this by "entering" with one step to his uchimaai, but that wasn't necesary to others; and he didn't necesarely have to do that all the time too.
Understanding it, for what i understand, is the key for becoming "faster" without speed... It just recquires lot of practice and think about. Is lately I've been practicing by my own during wazageiko and keiko...
Sorry, I could write a lot about what I think, it's just an interesting topic...
must spread rep, but that quip about heating bills tipped my coffee over. So funny and yet so sad because its true......
Tried to give you Rep for this:
Deserves double Rep IMO
Heh, no problem, don't worry about it, it was about time for it to make an appearance again anyway.
Thanks for the rep, too!
Thanks for the Rep!
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Hey! Ho! Let's go!
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