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    Default PRETTY GOOD CLIP ON KARATE

    Gabriel Suarez

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    Thanx for posting this. I really enjoy the Karate Culture videos. I also check on their website from time to time.

    I really respect what these two young men are doing with bringing Karate back to its roots .


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    I don't have long sleeves on any of mine.
    Gabriel Suarez

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    This is not 'six year-old girl with a black belt' stuff; I like it.
    "When one goes willingly into the darkness, all he will find there, is what he brought in with him".

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    Thank you, this bring back some memories of my father, mother, and brother. All in the same karate school when living overseas and they can attest to such movements and strikes as shown in the video. Every class session includes punching the cinder block wall on the side of the school. A lot of blood on that wall and their knuckles show for it. My father even used that strike elbow on some guy in safety lane off the 1-10 freeway in Houston. Apparently some road rage and my father didn't want to be followed on this way home. So he pull over and settled it. Left him where he laid him out. My karate introduction was in Jakarta, Indonesia in a school with no walls, rather it was in a unfinished gravel parking lot. Still have some scars from those pebbles & rocks from doing fist push ups among other exercises.
    Last edited by golucky; 02-04-2019 at 02:48 PM. Reason: damn spell check

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    Quote Originally Posted by golucky View Post
    ... Every class session includes pushing the cinder block wall on the side of the school. ...
    I'm thinking you meant punching. We did the same. I still do.

    -- ML

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    I studied Tae Kwon Do as a kid in the 70's and 80's, I wish the use of kata like these vids show would have been taught back then.
    Good stuff!

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    No...we are not going to get into that bullshit here.
    Last edited by Gabriel Suarez; 02-23-2019 at 11:05 AM. Reason: Because
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