Posted On:11/20/2009 8:45am
Style: BJJ blue, judo ikkyu
You have a 10 in gym size? How big is the dojo floor? 10k sq ft?
An 8 in aliveness? What's the sparring like, and how frequent, with what equipment?
An 8 in striking? I see a few red flags that make me not believe that Lenderman students have succeeded in high-level striking competition.
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Posted On:11/20/2009 8:48am
Actually having a look at the website, the size is probably one of the areas he's got close to right. I'd say a 9 though...
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Posted On:11/20/2009 10:19pm
Style: Martial Arts
If you do not know Mr. Lenderman personally or have never trained at his school then your one-sided opinions are unreliable. You cannot judge a website or person's opinion. You need to come in and experience it for yourself. This is what Martial Arts reviews are all about.
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Posted On:12/13/2009 4:43am
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Originally Posted by kill_yer_dojo
Very disrespectful. I guess that's what to expect on the internet.
Nah, this is disrespectful:
You gave all 10s, so you're either lying out of your arse with this "review", or haven't got a fucking clue what you're talking about. Which is it, **** for brains?
Posting obvious bullshit and then bleating about "respect" here will get you exactly fucking nowhere. Explain the scores you gave in light of the criteria set out, or **** off, because you're the one who's being disrespectful.
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