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Re: adelaide aus dojos?
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thanks, i hope he doesnt mind strangers calling him :S

Posted on: 2009/11/9 22:39
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Re: adelaide aus dojos?
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rang it with no answer, will try again later.

Posted on: 2009/11/9 15:48
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Re: adelaide aus dojos?
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yep i was thinking of going too check out ed`s classes i just had no idea how too contact the dojo.
are the details upto date on that site, on the front page it doesnt look like its been updated since 2005 and as far as i know one of the shidoshi-ho`s listed isnt in australia at the moment.
just dont want too rock up at the wrong spot.

Posted on: 2009/11/9 12:44
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reposting here as i think i posted in the wrong section a minute ago.
i am out of the loop and dont know who is teaching and where in adelaide australia and looking for options until i can get in contact with my old shihan scott shultz .

Posted on: 2009/11/9 3:59
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who is currently teaching in adelaide and is there some contact details for them, i was previously training under scott but i cannot contact him at this point so just looking for other alternatives until i can get in contact with my old shihan.

Posted on: 2009/11/9 3:52
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returning too training after a very long absence.
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for me its been allmost two and a half years , i think its time too go back because even after such a long time i still think about techniques and training quite often.
my main concern is my own mind thinking my body is capabale of doing what it remembers when my body has remained untrained for so long , ive also had some back problems while not training and im wondering if its a good idea too do some strengthening excericises and general fitness catching up before i waltze back into the old dojo and get the 7 shades beaten into my now marshmellow noodle armed physique :P.
so, what are peoples thoughts on this... should i just rock up or should i prepare myself first?

Posted on: 2009/4/26 5:50
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Re: Human Weapon - Ninjutsu episode ... thoughts???
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my thoughts are him looking a bit dazed after being clocked with the shinai is a bit funny, isnt he an octagon fighter or somthing. you would think he gets hit alot harder than that on occasion.
and yeh you would be a very foolish man to think you couldnt be seriously hurt or killed with a bokken.
and also they called the knife fighting part koppo-jutsu which from my understanding is well... wrong.
i was also impressed by the big guys rolls considering they were only there for a week... not all of them but a couple.

Posted on: 2008/8/20 6:46
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Human Weapon - Ninjutsu episode ... thoughts???
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hey all, first of all i havent posted here in quite a while seeing as ive been away from training but i thought i would come here and see what peoples opinions on one of the newer episodes of human weapon, entitled ninjitsu (thats how they spelt it) are.

i just watched it myself and i noticed alot of things that i found contrary too my own knowledge (which is small, couple of years training and reading stuff on the net) so i just wanted too see what other more experienced people that have seen the episode think.

Posted on: 2008/8/2 19:37
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Re: some help with kanji
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by kaotic nuetral i meant someone that is neither bad nor good by nature but can swing between the two depending on enviroment and circumstance, so i guess it is kind of an alignment thing even though i dont play dungeons and dragons haha.
also thanks for the help guys.

Posted on: 2007/8/5 0:53
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some help with kanji
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howdy my old fellow buyu, i wasnt sure where too add this but i know alot of you have experience in japanese kanji, im looking for the proper kanji for `kaotic nuetral` if that makes any sence.
if someone can help we with that preferably in the japanese calligraphy style i would be greatfully appreciated, my msn is jscholtenau@yahoo.com if anyone can add me and send me some designs.
thanks in advance, duckman.some help with kanji
also dont take it as an empty request, ive had alot of time off training this year but im coming back soon.. even tho i havent been in training has been on my mind every day. thanks too who ever can help me.

Posted on: 2007/8/3 5:00
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