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11/10/2007 6:37pm,
hey there,

i've been searching the web for a while and cant find any place around the boise area.

if anyone knows of a place i would be stoked :ninja2:


11/10/2007 6:38pm,
So Dak, you decided to go ahead and register huh? Cool. Don't forget to review your dojo (http://www.bullshido.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=83).

11/11/2007 4:26pm,
Hmmm I google map'd it and found several TKD dojangs.... Yippee :(

and one Kempo Karate, which is what Hawaiian Kempo is sometimes called, oops, it's Kenpo Karate, which is an odd branch of Hawaiian Kempo, IMHO, and I was once in a kenpo school that was pretty good.

Boise Valley Kenpo Karate/Kickboxing on Overland

Good luck - hey, wait a minute! the kenpo guys also have a kickboxing club, so they might be a good place to workout. Specially if you can skip the silly Monkey Steals Peaches type sd drills that kenpo wastes so much time on.
form their site

11/12/2007 11:59am,
****, I'm brilliant.

Here's your new coach:
Beth Westover is a boxer and kickboxer. boxing bio:(http://www.boxrec.com/list_bouts.php?human_id=225305&cat=boxer)

She coaches at Gold's gym and they also offer MT and JJ...

Here's a good article (http://bodybuilding.com/fun/drobson68.htm) on boxing basics with lots of pictures of her and at the bottom, where it says the following is her email link...

Thanks To:

Beth Westover, professional boxer and personal trainer at Gold's Gym in Boise, Idaho. Email Beth here for information about boxing classes (as well as Muay Thai Kickboxing and Jiu-jitsu).

gad I'm good - I should win a prize or get you to buy me a single malt.

and here's a link to an article where it shows what a fine looker she is: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/sports/2002191172_kell27.html

11/15/2007 8:33pm,
wow bro thanx
im already taking sort of just basic striking alongside with bjj, but imma check ot that place at golds (even though i hate golds :P)

sorry no malt, but i can rep you :D