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i said sweep the leg jonny!

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by HelpIsOntheWay, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. scarletandgrey

    scarletandgrey Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult!

    WTF? who would ever want to go to that class? I'd probally shoot that dude
  2. HabaneroBuck

    HabaneroBuck Non-Nike Design

    Those Asians are known for being strict disciplinarians. Believe it or not, that is the instructor for a "Western-style" dance class!

    OK, you don't have to believe it....
  3. scarletandgrey

    scarletandgrey Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult!

    I thought he taught male figure skating

    Was that brian boitano??:slappy: GOOOOAAAAALLLLL!!!!
  4. exhawg

    exhawg Mirror Guy Staff Member

    Maybe he's training them to be cage fighters.
  5. buckzip

    buckzip Reeking with awesomeness

    That type of teaching does not work.
    My 10 year old son has been in Kempo karate for 5 years. He is currently training for his black belt, which he should have by the fall.
    His Sensei is very easy going, but direct with the students. he never touches them other than to show a move. He is only tough in making them do things over until they get it right.
    We have been to tournaments where my son has faced students from a school with a very strict teacher. Not like this a-hole, but very strict.

    My son has never lost a point sparring contest to any of those students.
    I am not bragging here, as he has lost to others, but not to the extra strict type instructors students.
  6. NightmaresDad

    NightmaresDad Woody Rules!

    If either of my sons take up karate or kung fu, I'll have to learn as well. I don't feel like getting my ass kicked when my son is 16....

    Actually, your son should greatly benefit from that training throughout the rest of his life. Way to go!

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