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  • As Mike Ness says ...High School was such a drag

    When I was inhigh school, To say things were a mess,is…….so much of a understatement. Growing up very poor in a small town,before cell phones,before cable tv,beforemusic videos,and before the internet… for a guy like me ,who isaggressivelycurious,was a living hell. If think back right now ,I had alot of anxiety,I am sure everyone did,but I never turned to drugs or alcohol ,( I did that much later!) that not being said with pride by the way,but I eitherchannelmy energy into contact sports,liftingweights,or playing punk rock music with all my might. Now,I am sitting here in my room,doing my thing…organisingmy day ,to some extent. I ....

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  • Consistency ...even I need to tighten it up

    I have been struggling for the last ...I don't know how long to be able to be confident and responsible enough to write a blog on a consistent basis. It is very nerve racking , And I have studied hard with the marketing leaders , and most successful people in my industry to understand the ins and outs of having a successful blog. One thing I have found is... most people who write blogs, either by those who have fame , or don't .... All of them , really think they are more important than they actually are! Either that statement will come back to haunt me one day.. or , in my point of view I am completely right. No ego here,I am very well aware that I am nothing,and just a guy who also ....

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  • Most people don't know DOJO ETIQUETTE

    I am not sure ,well,to me,,its the same ,even though its from a Karate schools page,but,its the same where ever you go. I enjoyed the piece so I wanted to share it. Thank you for reading it! Some rules of the road In any karate dojo, one of the most important rules of etiquette is behaviour. Since by nature we all learn by trial and error, many things will be forgiven in a dojo, but bad behaviour is definitely not one of them. This rule applies to every student within the dojo society regardless of their rank, in fact the higher the rank, the less tolerance there is for any breach of etiquette what so ever. Starting with the "sensei" or "teacher" down through the ....

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  • My life was only worth 10 dollars

    Not exactly how I was hoping to spend my Sunday. Being a single dad I am going through the drama with my daughter of her sickness and injuries, and then the relentless bullying that goes on via Internet or chat discussions. For as smart as I am, or I think I am, I can not console my daughter at all, and when I analyze what's going on I think to myself about how society is going down..., and I remember being young and angry as well but I was never up against anything even close to whats happening today. I do think a lot of it has to do with parenting, and thblack ofcommunication that goes on between the parents,abouttherechildren's social circles. How can a kid get ....

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  • Food for the thought

    I was thinking about things after class this past Saturday…… and googled a few things to see whats out there about KRAV MAGA that I could share with my students


    I found alot of….bullshit.


    I picked from four different articles ,just to digest other peoples points of view.

    I am proud to say number 4,is someone who I am/wasaffiliatedwith through my experiences in another martial art , SENSHIDO. I like the way he dissects things…now I see where I picked that up from!

    I was thinking,all these people,and I agree pretty much with number 4…arebeing ....

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  • My brother ,great friend and Teacher, Richard Dimitri .Power fun person, My sense ,if feel,ahead of his time. ENJOY THIS INFO!

    Beyond Techniques "The conventions of language reveals the ways in which we see the world." - Dan Millman Techniques as described by Webster's II New College Dictionary goes as follows: Technique: 1. The systematic procedure by which a complex or scientific task is accomplished. 2. Procedure, system, routine; method. 3. The degree of skill or command of fundamentals exhibited in a performance. All 3 of these definitions do not relate to personal protection as we all know that fine or complex motor skills go out the window. Tool and target development based on strategies and tactics is NOT a "systematic procedure". ....

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  • I have had many great teachers...and I want to share with you what I have learned

    W. HOCK HOCHEIM I can count on my hand thepeoplewho I hold high high high on apedestal . This Man....is someone I have had the honour of studying under for years,he issomeone I would only hope to become in our field. This article,Iwant to share it with you ,because I could never have written it,but word for word...it probablysome up what i have in my head and heart when I am teaching in my class. you need that special touch...that you only get from real world experience ,real worldsurvival . Old school guys,like him...like me,like many...I amsure I am not the only one who has PTSD or some sort of night mares fromthe things we have seen. ....

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  • Stay Committed to your Decisions, but Flexible in your Approach

    This can be taken anyway...many ways ,or ,misunderstood. I saw it and wanted to share it with you ....... what is missing ...i show loyal ad committed I ma to each and everyone of you . I hope it opens a discussion within yourself and it takes you down many paths! Loyalty is an important skill to develop if we want to reach advanced levels of our martial arts training. To be loyal to someone or something we need to trust that person. We get to choose who we want to be Loyal to, who we want to trust. There are many people and groups or institutions that you might choose to be loyal to. These include friends, family members, instructors and coaches, our school, our religion, ....

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  • From KRAV MAGA ALLIANCE Founder ,john Whitman

    Most Krav Maga enthusiasts know one of Imi Lichtenfeld’s most famous sayings: “…So that one may walk in peace.” It comes from a creed that Black Belts traditionally recited upon being promoted. This famous Krav Maga phrase is mirrored in the famous Latin motto Si vis pacem, para bellum (“If you want peace, prepare for war”). These creeds resonate with me, as I suspect they do with many Krav Maga practitioners. But I’m not sure that, without a little more understanding, the phrases themselves are enough. How do we achieve peace? Look, I’m not going to get all enlightened on you, and I cringe a little when I hear phrases like “Visualize world peace.” But I can’t deny that training several ....

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  • Become like water my Friend...

    “A goal is not always meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at.” “If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them.” “ Not being tense but ready. Not thinking but not dreaming. Not being set but flexible. Liberation from the uneasy sense of confinement. It is being wholly and quietly alive, aware and alert, ready for whatever may come.” “ Be like water making its way through cracks. Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way around ....

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  • Schedule

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  • What Is Krav Maga


    PROUNOUNCED KRAV MU GAW
    Krav Maga is a self-defense system developed by the Israeli army. In Hebrew, the Krav Maga literally means "contact combat." Developed by Hungarian boxer and wrestler Imrich Lichtenfeld in the 1930s, the technique was first used by Israeli underground paramilitary organizations such as Haganah. When Israel became an official country in 1948, Lichtenfeld was appointed Chief Instructor and Combat Trainer for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Since then, Krav Maga has spread, and it's now practiced in over 30 countries around the world. At first view, Krav Maga may look like a martial art, but it's actually a form of combat with no rules and no limitations. Martial ....

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