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No, I trained more on forms than sparing, and practicing one on one to understand the aspects of the form, and its application.
 

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When I trained, we had limited contact...depended where on the body too. Thought was if you trained and pulled all kicks and punches, you were hindered through memory and training if a need arose to actually apply techniques.

You still look like you can kick the crap outta me! ;)
 

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Unfortunately I've have had to use what I've been taught while on active duty, while a deputy sheriff, and during my two years in Iraq. Glad I had and continue to practice, just wish I'd never had to use it. It does work.
 

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Leighton said:
I thought you would like these.


Nice pictures. Which one are you? :)
 

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Looks like fun...I'm just wondering..in the last two pictures...the instructor's facial expression looks different standing next to you ...than it does when he's next to the lady.
 

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Mickey D said:
Leighton said:
I thought you would like these.


Nice pictures. Which one are you? :)
On the left. Right is Sensei John Bolosan who now teach's and competes in Colorado.
You can google him to find out more.
 
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