One of Seattle's Bravest
Posted On:11/25/2011 1:44am
Short notice, but in case anybody feels like getting red I will be teaching a clinic next week.
Posted On:12/01/2011 9:40am
Style: belt and jacket wrestling
I believe I'll be there.
My grandfather's high ball glass
Posted On:12/01/2011 9:50am
Style: BJJ, wrestling
I am also planning on being there. I'm really looking forward to training Sombo for the first time.
If you do not test yourself against the unknown, how can you truly know if the tools you possess actually work?
Posted On:12/03/2011 12:22am
Style: BJJ, Judo, SAMBO
It's going to be a great time, man. Tomorrow you should have plenty of folks to throw around. Also, will you be showing the proper Garuda Bird technique?
Posted On:12/03/2011 3:27am
Style: Much striking, SAMBO, BJJ
Make sure Arron teaches jig'gen for squid ;P
Yes, ask him about it = me answering before someone questions me ;P
Posted On:12/03/2011 8:26am
On my way right now. Might be late because of the rain.
Posted On:12/03/2011 6:54pm
Wow, what an amazing time spent on methodology moreso than just technique. Aaron, Grant, thanks so much for working on the Why rather than the What. As always it was great to see y'all. Thanks to JNP, The_Beak, Pat and Blackmonk for rolling out and playing. I especially appreciated the principle to direct application. Those breakdowns are fantastic! I will definitely be drilling them at my club. I can't wait to train with y'all again.
Posted On:12/04/2011 12:05am
Thank you Coach Aaron and Coach Grant. Aaron, your principle based approach impressed me to no end. I feel fortunate for the opportunity to train with you. Thanks to you, for the first time after several previous attempts, I understand what Osoto Gari should look and feel like.
Coach Grant, thank you for your advice. Both you and Coach Aaron had some excellent pointers for some of the bad habits I've developed when throwing people.
Naszir, thank you for your assistance as well. You continue to impress me with your dedication and improvement in standing and ground grappling. Whether you realize it or not, you are one of my throwing coaches too.
Beak, good to see you brother. Central Texas throwdown, you and me, finding a way to make it happen.
Posted On:12/04/2011 1:41pm
Hell'va good time and was great to meet in person folks that I have gotten to "know" on this here internet. For those that are unclear Texas hospitality is alive and well.
Nazir, as always it was great to see you. JNP somehow I reckon' (see I learned a thing or two too..) we will practice together again soon.
Beak good to meet you and the Salt Lick is no joke.....
Grant was good enough to host and nobody went away without a hug.
Anytime you are up in Sea-Town consider my gym home.
Posted On:12/04/2011 10:56pm
A big thank you to Coach Aaron and Coach Grant for taking the time to put together one hell of a seminar and Donate all proceeds to a local charity. You guys are a cut above.
I take back all the mean and hurtful things I ever said about the two of you. :)
Coach Aaron I can't say enough good things about your approach to teaching. Get yourself back to Texas as soon as you can.
To the rest of my Bullshido Brethren:
JNP and Naszir it was great to see you guys.
And Blackmonk it was good to meet you.
And yes we must have a Texas TD soon.
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