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    Nishiyama-sensei passed away nearly 10 years ago....

    Nishiyama-sensei passed away nearly 10 years ago. I had the chance to meet him when his organization held their Canadian national championships in our town, we did a kendo demonstration at his...
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    I've never seen or heard of 90 degrees. As Lance...

    I've never seen or heard of 90 degrees. As Lance said, around 45 is common. The slap is the least important part of the ukemi anyway.
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    Found his name in an old KW post, if he's still...

    Found his name in an old KW post, if he's still kicking Ikeda-sensei would be about 95 right now.
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    You were here last August, posted another article...

    You were here last August, posted another article that reads to me, like the initial post in this thread, as largely a plug for your book. You didn't stick around for any discussion then.
    I started...
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    So, why choose to come to a site devoted to...

    So, why choose to come to a site devoted to Japanese martial arts where, almost by definition, we will be traditionalists? Our first questions to people are likely to be, what is your style and who...
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    Fair enough, but also very vague. Why are you...

    Fair enough, but also very vague. Why are you not interested in listing the previous styles/teachers that you learned from?
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    So, you made it up based on martial principles? ...

    So, you made it up based on martial principles? You can't point to previous teachers?
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    The usual thing would be to list what you have...

    The usual thing would be to list what you have studied, i.e. those things that inform what you now teach. Failing that, broad terms: armed or unarmed? If armed, weapon(s)? If unarmed, do you punch?...
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    In this thread...

    In this thread he dodged the question.
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    Don't think he was suggesting holding it with...

    Don't think he was suggesting holding it with reversed grip.

    Nathan, you only have to try waki-gamae on the left side to realize how awkward it is with a conventional right-handed grip.
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    Judging by the tone of the website of the other...

    Judging by the tone of the website of the other joint, I'd be surprised if they were much cheaper. If you're looking for cheap grappling with a real application, you should study judo. It's more...
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    Looks like there's quite a lot of BJJ in...

    Looks like there's quite a lot of BJJ in Evansville, this doesn't interest you?
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    What is it exactly that you are looking to learn...

    What is it exactly that you are looking to learn from this guy?
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    You can't effectively train any martial art solo....

    You can't effectively train any martial art solo. If you are looking to be effective in a fight training solo, just hit the weight room and get stronger.
  15. I think he didn't get the reaction he was hoping...

    I think he didn't get the reaction he was hoping for and has left us.
  16. Well, the article was pretty vague. That's why I...

    Well, the article was pretty vague. That's why I asked for specifics of your training.
  17. Welcome to e-budo. Nice plug for your...

    Welcome to e-budo. Nice plug for your business/book. What is it you actually train? How do you train?
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    My wife gave me one for my birthday! ...

    My wife gave me one for my birthday!

    https://i.imgur.com/ZUKBpsb.jpg
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    Western teachers typically talk too much though. It also doesn't matter how much you yammer on, your students will copy your movement more than listen to your words. It's kind of a bummer to see...
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    +1, my old internet friend Karen Nagai teaches...

    +1, my old internet friend Karen Nagai teaches there. I think judo is one of the best martial arts for small children. Very physical, lots of different drills they can do to keep them interested,...
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    Actually these days the 2nd gen monsters like...

    Actually these days the 2nd gen monsters like mine (SRP3xx, depending on colour) are going for a little cheaper than the SKX007, despite having the better movement. Go figure. The SKX007s are...
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    Seiko SRP313 AKA "new Monster". An ISO certified...

    Seiko SRP313 AKA "new Monster". An ISO certified mechanical diver with insanely good lume for under $200. Nobody else does it so cheap.

    https://i.imgur.com/iveFNpL.jpg
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    If they register with such a signature, 99.9%...

    If they register with such a signature, 99.9% they are a spam bot. Just ban them out of hand.
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    They don't teach kata at Seattle Dojo? Karen...

    They don't teach kata at Seattle Dojo? Karen Nagai's there, she was a student of Fukuda-sensei, pretty sure she knows her kata.
  25. There are classes everyday...

    There are classes everyday for foreigners at the Kodokan. You just have to pay the mat fee.
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