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      05-22-2019, 04:21 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Now_Rudi View Post
I studied Kenpo, Isshinryu and BJJ when I was a teen. I don't have nearly the span or the experience that you have. I would like to get back into BJJ, but I have to do some major realigning of time management before I could start again. I do miss sparing, learning other techniques and body movement/placement. Not only is it physically challenging, it's also great for the mind I found. Perhaps it's just me, but it seemed to consume my every thought when I was younger.

We had a school in my area ran by a guy named Mike Sanders who was heavily into Kenpo.

Since our Korean instructors heavily regulated sparring, we would go to his place once a week or so.

He was a tough SOB.....all of his students were. And he encouraged full contact to a point.

Ironically even though I had boxed for years, my first broken nose came from his place!
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