Posted On:6/01/2011 8:53am
Looks pretty good to me. Apparently her parents enrolled her to help cope with her autism.
Posted On:6/01/2011 9:04am
A prospective grooming for any child? :)
Posted On:6/01/2011 9:09am
she certainly seems to have some snap in her technique
Posted On:6/01/2011 9:21am
Watching this gives me a good feeling, some hope even.
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Posted On:6/01/2011 1:59pm
I help with the kid's class as my KK school sometimes (when I show up early for adult class), and there's a girl there, probably about 11, who kicks damn near as hard as the adults. She about put me down with a roundhouse to the stomach once. Can't wait till she's full grown...should be scary.
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Posted On:6/01/2011 2:27pm
Style: Novice Sub Grappler
Enrolling my 10 year old in MT did nothing for my autism :\
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Posted On:6/01/2011 4:07pm
Style: BJJ, Judo
Martial arts can really help to cope with PDD, sometimes simply due to the human proximity these activities impose on you. I know from experience.
Props to the girl for surmounting her disability, props to the parents for having an excellent idea.
Posted On:6/02/2011 2:17am
Style: Muay Thai
She would wreck my ****...
Posted On:6/02/2011 2:51am
Her technique is far better than mine.
Posted On:6/02/2011 3:12am
Style: Muay Thai n00b
She made me sad. I was happy, but now I am sad.
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