Thread: Central Valley Cal Throwdown???
4/02/2004 4:04am, #1
- Join Date
- Mar 2004
- Central Valley, CA
- Moores Shou Shu
Central Valley Cal Throwdown???
Im about to start working a throwdown for the central valley California.
Need advice and location ideas.
would like to bridge the gap between NORCAL and SOCAL throwdowns for those that cant make it to both. We could all meet in the valley for a throwdown.
What are the guidelines and such. anyone that can help with experience with setting these up would be great.
4/02/2004 10:55am, #2
I'm down, let's get a register first of all who want to participate then we can see when the best time to have it would be. My vote is for mid summer, right when most of us go on summer vacation (from school). Any time around June or July. Maybe as soon as late April.
4/02/2004 12:15pm, #3
You guys know I'm always down.
4/02/2004 1:30pm, #4
If it's more than a couple of months away (I'm still recovering), I'll be there.You say what about my rice?
4/02/2004 1:48pm, #5
Sounds good. Omega bring your student (sorry can't remember his name) who kicked me in the plexes. I owe him one.
4/02/2004 1:57pm, #6
- Join Date
- Nov 2002
I'm down for mostly whenever.You want some birth control? You can smoke a cigarette.
4/02/2004 1:59pm, #7
Count me in. Sounds like jolly good fun.A.K.A. rocks your socks.
4/02/2004 4:14pm, #8
There were discrepancies at the last throwdown about some of the members (not saying myself, not saying it wasn't myself) using too much force. Please guys, for the your own sake let someone know if they are going to hard on you. It makes the rest of us feel like dicks when after the fight you say "Oh BTW, you were using waaaay too much power." I think it's something important to discuss before each match just how hard the combatants are going. It goes without saying none of us are trying to "flip out and kill the whole town" like a ninja. But I do desire a high level of realistic force when sparring. It kind of jams you switching between a lot of power and a little power to cater to the needs of each individual, but it is necessary for our safety and to keep feelings from being hurt.
Having said that, count me in.
4/02/2004 5:41pm, #9
I'm generally pretty good about maintaining control. And, provided I'm not injured, I'm up for heavy sparring.You say what about my rice?
4/02/2004 8:03pm, #10
You guys wouldn't hit me full force I'm dissapointed. Well you did a little guerilla, I liked that.