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    Alan Horton pangai noon

    Just attended a karate class in tallahassee florida. The lineage traces back to Okinawa thru allen or Alan horton. It claims to be evolved uechi with a weapons form or 2 and some shot in ryu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mighty_s1w View Post
    Just attended a karate class in tallahassee florida. The lineage traces back to Okinawa thru allen or Alan horton. It claims to be evolved uechi with a weapons form or 2 and some shot in ryu.

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    Yeah, how about some links ?

    This isn't e-bay feedback section. It's for posting real content about the forum subjects.
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    Google search tallahassee pangai noon.

    I am a new poster. I can't post links

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    Sorry, not shot in ryu but shorin ryu

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    Quote Originally Posted by mighty_s1w View Post
    Google search tallahassee pangai noon.

    I am a new poster. I can't post links

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    You can type in the links, dude.

    How was YOUR experience there ?
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    It was great. I learned a few pressure points and all my muscles hurt now

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    Let's see...

    Unverifiable lineage? Check.
    Mystical ability? Check.
    Slappy hands? Check.
    Training in somebody's house? Check.
    Restrained techniques? Check.

    Run, don't walk. Get thee to a better school.


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    "I began training in 1973 at the Sarasota Tae Kwon Do School of self defense. Fighting locally (central Florida) I was undefeated. Later, I was awarded my Black belt in June of 1975. I defeated Lane Hendrix who went on to fight for the middle weight championship here in Florida. Training in free style, I worked a little with Mike, Amy Hancock and Michael Green, a free style black belt here in Bradenton. Before I met Al, I began training with Alan Horton's son, Mike.

    I finally met Al while visiting my Grandmother. Of course, he had heard of me and invited me to his dojo for some sparring. Bringing all my gear, mitts, feet pads etc. Al advised me that he didn't utilize padding and that he preferred no protection. I thought this very odd. Nonetheless, I figured I would make short work of a minister who appeared a little over weight and much older. I left the session completely bewildered and beaten. From that day forth I became a Pangai-Noon practitioner. There was no dancing foot work, no flying kicks, no spinning techniques. Every time I threw something at him, he hurt me. With blocks. I spent about 10 years with Al. After the 10 years, I left with a wealth of knowledge and continue to practice and teach the kata and techniques as they were taught to me. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by submessenger View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mighty_s1w View Post
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    The reason they donít wear padding for sparring is that it takes the speed and power out of the attacks. By slowing down the attacks the defences seem better than they are, and by taking the power out the bad posturing and weak blocks arenít exposed.

    if they put some pads on and went hard, the techniques in the two sparring vids (on the link Sub provided above) would fail badly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mighty_s1w View Post
    It was great. I learned a few pressure points and all my muscles hurt now

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    Pressure points are dumb and only work on pussies. Train things that maim,KO, incapacitate and kill not things that kind of ouchy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by submessenger View Post
    Let's see...

    Unverifiable lineage? Check.
    Mystical ability? Check.
    Slappy hands? Check.
    Training in somebody's house? Check.
    Restrained techniques? Check.

    Run, don't walk. Get thee to a better school.


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    I have seen untrained children capable of greater violence. That was really horrible.

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