Hmmm...September 20 2008 at 1:26 AM
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|PIWYHOLOBE (Login Piwyholobe)|
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Response to Ah... It's ok
Private dojo is good for a dimension of "fighting".Don't get me wrong,it was neat to look at (great shots from a hand held).I wondered,as I viewed the students,how many of them could actually UTILIZE the various techniques.If I'm not mistaken,their seemed to be a lot of gray practitioners who mechanically couldn't pull off the sequences with much vigor.I understand "overskill" and "overkill" but where does the art grow up?It's an exercise in 1970's karate where it was new THEN.Times have changed."The Next Generation" of 1972?MY daughter regularly chokes out the karate kid next door after only 2 months at a jiu-jitsu school!2 MONTHS!!!"Dojo" has a moment but when will the content get in pace with the technology it was shot on?I am not knocking the art.Absolutely not.I'm knocking on the doors of practitioners and "old school" masters who are stuck in the past,and for purposes to maintain validity,exist in a "classical mess".Put the dime away and get a cell phone.