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  • #16
    Originally posted by Tant01 View Post
    LOL Rusty as ever. Still teaching privately on the side, mostly for fun. I'll never be a pro like you Mr. C.
    Yea, teaching is one way to keep up your skills. Do you have mats?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Hardball View Post
      Yea, teaching is one way to keep up your skills. Do you have mats?
      Only when I roll with the BJJ guys down the road....

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      • #18
        Sometimes "MATS" are futile.... You MUST know what I mean? I practice and teach basic KATA on the hardwood without problems but getting rough requires crash pads. They're thicker and softer than mats but same idea. Soft to land on and less risk than 1/2 or 1 inch of padding. That's what a Gi is for? (padding?) LOL? :P

        No crash helmets or elbow pads available...

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        • #19
          Yea, I had used mats for years. Just got a new set in Dec. I've seen the crash pads too. Speaking of kata, have you checked out Nage No Kata from Kodokan Judo?

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          • #20
            Forms of throwing. It's a great kata to learn both right and left handed methods of each technique. Kata should go hand in hand with randori to perfect your waza.

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            • #21
              Man you know your stuff!!! Left and right side throwing is the way to go. Katame No Kata is nice too!!

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