OK, so you have been in the martial arts for long time then... unfournately not me, but i am hopeing that i will contiunue this exiting journey through the marial arts world... So you been teaching a lot aswell? i am writing a blog series about the role of an instructor, it would be really cool to get some feedback from you about what your ideas and thought sorrounding the subject. http://ksundh.wordpress.com/2010/05/31/the-role-of-an-instructor-part-1/ - I am going to post a new entry this thursday about how as an instructor can inspire... as i said, it would be really cool to get some feedback about it...
gumgalang ng lubos, kriss
sounds cool... i have been dabbling with some filipino martial arts, but not i am focusing on inayan system 3 of eskrima... i have been doing some modern arnis, i hav tried some kali sikaran to name a few of the styles.. i really like IS3, suro emanual hart is truely one of kind.... for how long have you been training?
I do kettlebells and some dumb bell work. Too beat up for heavy weightlifting. I work out with martial arts what I remember from John and my Wing Chum once a week and then combatives once a week. Lot less than I used to do but all I can handle now.
Hello Mike. I did TKD and Karate for several years. I got to blue belt in one TKD Association and green in another. Plus motorcycle wrecks and bad genes beat me up. I switched to Wing Chun in 1997. Can't do their kicks now either. John knew how to work with my ailments. It works well with my Wing Chun. There are many similarities. But now I'm back on 2nd shift so training is what I remember when I work out at home. And what I see on the FMA.
Hello Mike. I know about the old cripple thing. I have no padding behind the knees and an artificial hip. I did some TKD but my background is in Wing Chun. I've trained with John on and off for several years but now I'm back on evening shift. Traininjg is screwed up now.