Save your passive aggressive crap for your fucking family. You took my comment the wrong way, you tried to get snarky about it. Keep my comment within the context of the thread or get the **** off the thread.
Certainly starting at six helped. Along with their lasting dedication, work ethic, and having a **** ton of talent on top of that.
Or maybe you're right. Its all about starting young. **** I guess I'll have to give this up, and take up competitive lego building because that's all I was doing at age six.
My boy is officially hooked. Left him alone in class...he talked about it the whole ride home. "daddy...judo is awesome!!:):):). Time to order some mats for the basement.
It's good to see another NYer adding to the judo pool.
My son who has previously shown very little interest in martial arts seems to be ready to give BJJ a go. He's been talking about possibly playing basketball, which is fine. So, it's almost time to sign up and we wanted him to make a decision. I mentioned martial arts again as a possibility and he seemed much more interested this time.
Anyway, my wife and I told him we wanted him to pick a sport or some type of physical activity and stick with it for at least a year. He seemed cool with that too. I'm glad we didn't have to argue about it because I feel strongly he'll benefit from (A) being involved with a sport and (B) learning to stick with something for a while.
His final decision is still pending, but he seems to be leaning towards BJJ. So, with any luck I may be arm barring people with my sperm soon.
wow that little girl is awesome!