Posted On:4/30/2011 3:34pm
Originally Posted by kikoolol
in some aikido styles even white belts wear magic pants.
Awww, but it's so much cooler to grade for it (like I will be doing tomorrow..HUZZAH)...I love magic pants.
Originally Posted by MAGIC HATE BALL
My little one is 3 and I'm slowly introducing her to stick play. As soon as she shows an interest in boys it's gonna be a steady diet of wrist locks and chokes.
Yes. I support that.
Posted On:5/01/2011 3:12pm
She started doing tournaments when she was 9, and shes 11 years old with a 4th degree black belt?!?!? My father is a fourth degree black belt in Judo and it took him 30 years of training and competition. I have done Judo for 14 years and I'm not a black belt. Her black belt means nothing she just walks around pretending to be tough.
Posted On:5/01/2011 4:49pm
i've said it once, but I guess I can be bothered to say it again. Black belt !=tough. All it means is that she completed what's required of her for that rank. I am against young black belts whole heartedly, but saying her bb means nothing is pretty silly. And for the record it took me 11 years to get my bb in limalama.
Posted On:5/01/2011 11:19pm
That's true, but when you give a kid a black belt they think that means they are tough.
Posted On:5/13/2011 8:26am
Hmmm. She started at 8 or 9, and she is 11 now, and has dan rank in 4 DIFFERENT styles. Hmmm.
Posted On:5/16/2011 11:42pm
Style: Boxing and No Gi BJJ
I hope she doesn't end up getting hurt...
Posted On:5/18/2011 9:35pm
Style: Kyokushin, Kajukenbo.
Someone who is taught to scare someone off guard and run away...she reminds me of Forest Gump.
Posted On:5/18/2011 9:45pm
Is this first vid featuring Sho Kasugi?
Posted On:5/19/2011 9:34pm
I was coming home tonight from work late, and the "dojo on the corner" had just let out and multiple young children wearing black belts were coming out from class as I drove by, and I was reminded of this thread again.
Posted On:5/20/2011 9:46am
We have junior black belts here at the Seidokaikan Hombu and when they get big enough to join adult class, they put on a yellow belt and come to adult class. Some of the junior high school kids who are right on the line do both classes and change belts every time.
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