Thread: Karate based dilemma
4/29/2006 7:56pm, #11
Hmmm, wise is he who knows which bridges to cross and which bridges to burn, mmm, hmmm.
"Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
4/29/2006 8:52pm, #12
I think your about to violate the bushido code of loyalty. Your shorin-ryu sensei did not pick you. you chose him. In return for the knowlage a warrioir must remain loyal even unto death. You disgust me with your adultoring ways of commiting dojo treason. You are not a man and lack honor. That you would turn your back on the secret traditions makes me want to beat you up.
The only thing you can do now is ritual suicide! go ahaed and do it. I killed myself 17 years ago. :bunny:
4/29/2006 9:45pm, #13
I like the cross training ideal, if your advanced enough.
I like the other notion of starting a seperat sparring class. If that dosn't fly, why not start trainig with the other sparring partners outside of class.
My other thought is whats up with your instructor? why is he being so accomadating to his students? I wish I could tell my instructors that I was or wasn't going to do this or that. They'd show me the door.
4/30/2006 1:22pm, #14
You've all given me food for thought and that's why I posted, so thanks.
4/30/2006 3:38pm, #15Originally Posted by odaconSON OF ODIN
My Punching with Power article
4/30/2006 3:58pm, #16
How about train one class one week, one another?"Emevas,
You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
4/30/2006 4:07pm, #17Originally Posted by Emevas
4/30/2006 11:32pm, #18
Before you make the jump to Kyokushin just approach your current instructor. Explain to him that you'd like more sparring, even if it has to be done at the end of training and those which do not wish to fight do not have to.
If he agrees stay. No point messing up a good thing.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!