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January 2018 Blog Posts (5)

Model A Teacher To Be A Teacher

If you are in the martial arts you should aspire to be a good martial arts teacher. We look to other martial artists for inspiration, examples and guidance. If we are inspired by our own martial arts instructor then our style of instruction will probably be a close copy.

But I think we should also look…

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Added by Dave McNeill on January 25, 2018 at 10:30am — No Comments

UBBT Reminder From 2008

This video is to remind the UBBT alumni of the connections and reconnections that this challenge has afforded us.
To the newbies, this is an example of the wonderful memories you can create with the 2018 UBBT Team.

https://youtu.be/9CMkQimqqbk

Added by Dave McNeill on January 16, 2018 at 8:40am — No Comments

New Karate Yellow Belt

Black belt Patti Oji has earned her yellow belt in Goju-Shorei Karate. Traveling once a month from the Bay Area for 2 years, Patti has been diligent and consistent in her studies.

Sensei John Mayes, on the left, was in charge of the test, supported by Sensei Marta Azzam and uke Jake…

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Added by Dave McNeill on January 14, 2018 at 4:30pm — 3 Comments

SWAN SONG

2018 will mark 47 years devoted to Goju-Shorei, and the last year I will be involved. In September, at the black belt test of Family First Martial Arts students in Nashville, I will formally turn over the System to Master Larry Kooyman. I do so with full confidence in his abilities to continue the growth…

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Added by Dave McNeill on January 9, 2018 at 9:00pm — 1 Comment

The 1,000 Challenge

Another 1,000 Challenge celebrated with everyone exceeding 1,000 reps. The tradition continues.

Left to Right; Joselio Ramirez, Tim Taylor, Marta Azzam, Ken Mammen, John Mayes, William Chappell, Dave McNeill, Jake Passas, kneeling Pete…

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Added by Dave McNeill on January 1, 2018 at 5:00pm — No Comments

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