My arm is in a cast because I spun away from a head kick which then caught the middle of my radius. It sucked.
And now of course you bust out the "Sport vs Street" idiocy. You are a fucking moron. Competition is the soul of martial arts. The Greeks, The Japanese, almost every ancient culture knew the value of nonlethal competition for its warriors. If you don't compete then you just plain don't know if your **** works or not. You are made of fail.
In this thread you embarassed yourself in many ways, maybe you should try alternative routes to deal with criticism, so you wouldn't be so frustrated at not being able to intimidate people over the internet (which you'd do if they only dared to tell you in person, right?)
So you basically behave like a bully in real life. You ask for respect, what respect are you showing here? And then you spew words such as honor, tact...
So you took your students to a local high school and demonstrated third rate technique based on third rate teaching.
Perhaps your charitable work is also a sham.
We do know your rates. Do you charge the "under privileged" the same fees per class?
Seriously - you can call the horde keyboard warriors until your keyboard dies. You have no credibility here.
Did you really type this bullshit? No, I'm serious. Musashi? Miyamoto Musashi? Uhmmm you really need to research the guy. If you are claiming you train like him you'd have killed all your students based on the legendary version of Musashi.
If you are talking about the real Musashi that explains just about every lie and BS you have floated in this thread.
Dojo=Gym. The pictures from your website aren't on the street, in dark alleys, against muggers, rapists, murders, or child molesters. Seriously, you have to be a troll, I can't believe the BS coming out of your mouth.Quote:
For real. Not in a gym.
That's what many of us do.Quote:
Practice your punches live.
No, that is putting your training into practice.Quote:
stand up for a person in need. Use it on bully's. that is real training. Perhaps that is too real for you. I know my techniques work because I have tested them
The more you type, the less I believe you should be teaching.
If you want to be TRULY "more Japanese," you would say "bokuto." And of course you would spell "bokken" correctly too, for that Japanese-Western feel, as Yoj just pointed out.
It's degenerated to chest-puffing and posturing. I'm wondering if anything else useful will come of this thread.