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    G'day

    G'day all, I'm a n00b in both the bullshido forums sense and the MA sense, last December I decided I'd procrastinated enough and finally took up some MA at the age of 24. I'm currently learning both shootfighting and BJJ in my school's introductory class; after 24 lessons I'll have a grading for both styles and will be able to choose to continue with either style in a more advanced class, or both styles.

    Anyway, I'm sure I can learn plenty here. Which is good, cause right now I suck. But hopefully not for long.

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    Welcome to Bullshido, the best Martial Arts forum on the entire Internet, gzk. Seriously, you won't regret your choice to join us. We're a great bunch of folks, except for Hannibal. And Sirc. And TaiGip. And MMA Kid. And... well, you get the point.

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    i keep tryin to spar, but nothin happens! supporting member

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    welcome to bullshido! where do you train?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauli
    welcome to bullshido! where do you train?
    http://www.blackbeltstudios.com.au/

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    You are lucky to be able to train with John Will.

    Are you enjoying it?

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    Yeah, it's great, still making beginner mistakes and all that, but I'm sure I'm improving. Was a bit pissed off at the grievous technical flaws I had and have but John keeps telling us that as beginners, it's more important to get the general motion of the technique than to get it completely perfect. It's all very practical and a great atmosphere of learning and looking out for each other.

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