5/03/2007 7:41pm, #11
Naw Steve, it's ok. I like young ***** like mega just fine."Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
5/05/2007 2:58am, #12Originally Posted by patfromlogan
5/05/2007 11:11am, #13
Tell us about the good old days, Pat
5/13/2007 6:59pm, #14
I was watching the clip again, and I noticed that right around 32 seconds, a guy throws a superman punch off of a front kick. I thought only I did that.
5/14/2007 11:16am, #15
5/15/2007 2:21pm, #16Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra
tell me 'bout the good ol' days!!
Man, those films were so old,
Clyde's prolly innum! ! !
Show some GOOD old films,
like clips of Godzilla, or sumptin!
5/26/2007 9:11am, #17
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- Mar 2007
hey patfromlogan just wondering what rank are you?
yeah karate used to be the ****. now everyone is doing muai thai or kickboxing and its the **** while karate is looked down upon. oh well. hopefully one day someone that does karate will do good in ufc...
5/26/2007 11:27am, #18Originally Posted by Meex
Originally Posted by rordogs
5/26/2007 1:53pm, #19
whenever pat gets to go home, and train at his old skool,
he gets reminded exactly how the 'old days' training was.
Not much different than today's version. Pain, punishment,
then, drinking & bs after! Actually pretty cool. . .
5/29/2007 9:24am, #20Originally Posted by Matt W.
The old days had a better ratio of good vs bullshido, in that doing karate tended to mean that you were expected to actually fight, but there is plenty of training that's just like it was back in the sixties. Check out any decent Kyokushin or Judo dojo (or KSDI). And some Wado/Okinawan/etc - ah, these days you just don't see the cardboard on the canvas anymore - "Why's there cardboard on the floor there?" " Uh, someone barfed last night.""Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez