Not to you but to the rest of the world ..yes it does.Quote:
Originally Posted by ScyberMonk
And JTKARATE...that analogy doesn't make an ounce of sense
Ohh big man...you invite people to come in fresh off the street and to spar with you. Particulary scared girls and people smaller than you.Quote:
I don't just tell people I am good, I invite them to spar me. Anyone who comes to my class spars me. Then they go through the class, and decide if they want to come back the following week
So if you teach people how to do a technique that you yourself do not fully know who's to blame if they get hurt.
do you even teach basic ukemi? The video where the young lady gets slammed to the mat the second time you can clearly see her cupping the back of her head. Obviously because she WAS NOT SHOWN HOW TO FALL PROPERLY.
It would be like watching you perform said surgery, and then deciding if I wanted you to perform it on me. I think the news has recently proven that despite certification, people still can't do what they say.
Guess your living proof. You say you are showing these people a way to defend themselves.And your not.
I guess in your fantasy world the best way to keep from getting attacked is to be DEAD. Because that is where you are going to lead some of these unfortunate people.
Look I will say I don't disagree with anyone who wants to follow there own path in the MA world, shake things up , make it better , its all good.
But you have to be part of that world before you can change it.
Go learn from a legitimate teacher, become proficient in an art then move on if you choose to. But dont take one lesson then go somewhere else and take another then think you are qualified to teach anything.
And on a side note you like to play with swords . Who trained you in how to use them.
I have a limited experience in iaido but your ability with a sword is severly lacking.