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    McClaw, you do Judo don't you?

    If so, you absolutely, positively, have to go to this club.

    http://www.budokanjudoseattle.com/

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    Hey, be sure to try and attend the Sambo Summit this year! We will be in Seattle Oct 21-23 at Seattle JJ/Seatown Sambo.

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=107790
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    I'm actually moving to Seattle in early October, and had the same questions. I have heard some good things about Kyokushsin Seattle, but I don't really want to train just striking.

    Either way, it would be awesome to meet up with some of you and train a bit. If you end up planning an event, I wouldn't mind being a live punching bag/grappling dummy.

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    I seem to recall Aaron Fields teaching in the Seattle area; if my memory is correct, you really must train with him. Here are three reasons why:







    I have wanted to train with Aaron since I first saw those videos (the day they were uploaded), but I'm no closer to that than I am to training with Steve in New York or Eugene in Verdun (the jurisdiction that's somewhat like a piece of Montréal).

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    If you don't train with Aaron at SeaTown you should bash yourself in the face with a car bumper. Also the Summit is something you do not want to miss. The training is great!

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    don't forget to PM Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionknight View Post
    I'm usually around Sea-Town SAMBO on Sunday's let me know if you’re going to stop in then. Next month I should be back down their doing the week some times too.

    Welcome to Seattle you got here right in time for the warm weather to go away and for the cold weather to return.
    Sweet; what time is the sunday practice? I might try and stop by, tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    McClaw, you do Judo don't you?

    If so, you absolutely, positively, have to go to this club.

    http://www.budokanjudoseattle.com/
    LOL, great minds think alike, yet again. Get thee to the Budokan for sure, I know the head coach, he is one of the best in the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw View Post
    Sweet; what time is the sunday practice? I might try and stop by, tomorrow.
    Cool. Sunday practice starts at 7pm and goes for around 2 hours. Hope to see you there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstafarian View Post
    I seem to recall Aaron Fields teaching in the Seattle area; if my memory is correct, you really must train with him. Here are three reasons why:







    I have wanted to train with Aaron since I first saw those videos (the day they were uploaded), but I'm no closer to that than I am to training with Steve in New York or Eugene in Verdun (the jurisdiction that's somewhat like a piece of Montréal).
    Man, the camera man for those videos is awesome ;)

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