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CELEBRATE THE STITCHES, BUT.....

In the martial arts injures are common; sprains, strains, bruises, cuts, dislocations and even breaks. I have had 16 broken bones during my martial arts journey, all during training. For the most part these injuries are not taken seriously, and are even the subject for humor and teasing; “nice face block” or “I don’t think your toes should be pointed in different directions”.

 

BUT.

But we, as instructors, need to take age into consideration when there is a chance of injury. Too young or too old and injuries are no longer funny.

 

What is too young or too old? I stated some ages below and they should be considered the general rule. I acknowledge there are exceptions to every rule and the instructor, knowing his students best, will have to make the…

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Posted by Dave McNeill on May 19, 2017 at 5:00pm

West Coast World Martial Arts/ Machado Jiu Jitsu Gardnerville, Nevada

West Coast World Martial Arts/ Machado Jiu Jitsu Gardnerville, Nevada is practicing and teaching Goju-Shorei Weapons.

Thank you Chris Kallas, Luke Freeman and Steve Stearns.…

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Posted by Dave McNeill on May 5, 2017 at 6:00pm

Saifa kata bunkai

This video is from fellow Ultimate Black Belt Test member, Dan Rominski.

Posted by Dave McNeill on April 13, 2017 at 8:00am

Master Todd Bradley's Test

Master Todd Bradley (red gi top) owns Champions Martal Arts in Colorado Springs where he teaches Kempo, Krav Maga and Goju-Shorei Weapons. 1st Sgt Bradley is a disabled vet (hip replacement) who served 3 combat tours. Saturday he was tested for 7th degree in Kempo where he displayed his knowledge and skill in his chosen martial arts.

Posted by Dave McNeill on March 5, 2017 at 4:00pm

Off The Mat by Emmy Award winning Terry Wilson

Posted by Dave McNeill on February 28, 2017 at 12:02pm — 1 Comment

The 9 Guiding Principles of Goju-Shorei

The 9 Guiding Principles of Goju-Shorei

and why they’re important

 

I’m going to discuss the 9 Guiding Principles of Goju-Shorei on this site. I struggle from time to time trying to follow them and I assume that I’m not alone.

First a little clarification; The reference to Family is because I consider all students or friends of Goju-Shorei to be family, as in – People who teach and train together become family – which is the translation of the kanji prominently displayed on the web…

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Posted by Dave McNeill on February 27, 2017 at 9:00pm

FIRST GOJU-SHOREI WEAPONS CLASS

The first Goju-Shorei Weapons class.
Date - 1991
Location - Dayton, Nevada

Posted by Dave McNeill on February 23, 2017 at 4:02pm — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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