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    Quote Originally Posted by "Kaiser":iwieuhsi
    A little birdie tells me you are going to have to cater to Canadian tastes... (again).


    Does that mean buttertarts??? mmmm, mmmm, good.

    But very bad for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Mahler":34adtjwc
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    Quote Originally Posted by "kuri":1if6e86y
    Anyone up for some grappling or striking work?
    Maybe Chris C (or dare I say Alwyn) would be willing to share some pointers?

    Since there will a couple of more-than-qualified experts in the house I'm willing to take advantage of it!
    Hey, I just saw this today. I don't have any pointers for grappling. I'm a grappling ignoramous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "K-Court":29rueted
    Well, THIS Canadian loves pineapple .... and lattes! [img]/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

    And you don't have to cater to Canadian tastes, Cappy. This is my first trip to the southern US. One of my hopes is to try out some of the local cuisine.
    I can already see that I'm going to eat like a pig this weekend. I'll consider it a refeed (even though I'm not planning on unfeeding the week prior).
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    Chris C - If we get a chance maybe we can share striking techniques/strategies etc...

    Does JP's gym have focus mitts or other striking pads available?
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    Kuri: It could be fun to just show each other (and others) some stuff. Whatever you can share about grappling would certainly enhance whatever I know. I particularly think in terms of avoiding takedown and protecting oneself when on the ground (hell, better yet, putting the hurt on the other guy when you're on the ground).
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    Kuri,
    We're pretty well set up with everything but sparring pads. You're going to love my martial arts guy. He'll have to be a sit-in for Alwyn... He's a 2-time world champion in TKD from Scotland with a heavy Brogue, and he teaches Hagana as well as TKD. He's got a 3rd degree blackbelt in TKD. He'll be conducting some instruction on Friday for any interested parties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Kaiser":tmk7r7iu
    Word on the street is that Mahler also takes payment in protein tubs. Pure isolate only, not the cut stuff.
    Nothing but top quality for me, Kaiser.
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    I'd love to do another round of Hagana. The first class he did was great.
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    Great JP, what time on Friday is the Hagana?
    Definitely count me in!! Kinda like Krav Maga yeah?

    Chris C, absolutely - if you show me some cool TKD stuff I'll show you some takedown defense, subs, or whatever your interested in.
    But I'm pretty sure JP's guy is at least as versed as me so maybe we can just get some instruction from him.

    It's been so long since I've grappled (knee thing) I better do some homework before flying out there!
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    Is Hagana like a step class? What time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by "kuri":2m3ueyrc
    Great JP, what time on Friday is the Hagana?
    Definitely count me in!! Kinda like Krav Maga yeah?

    Chris C, absolutely - if you show me some cool TKD stuff I'll show you some takedown defense, subs, or whatever your interested in.
    But I'm pretty sure JP's guy is at least as versed as me so maybe we can just get some instruction from him.

    It's been so long since I've grappled (knee thing) I better do some homework before flying out there!
    Hmm, that Hagana sounds interesting.

    Kuri: It'd more be the "battlefield Hapkido" that you'd want to see. But I probably shouldn't be too liberal in my running around showing stuff to "outsiders." But a drink or two will do wonders for diplomacy. LOL

    Perhaps with JP's guy handy, I'll just be a humble student for the weekend. Well, mostly humble and mostly student, perhaps.

    Edit: Hey, I just saw that this was my 2.000th post. Gee, and I didn't even make it special.
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    Can someone explain Hagana for me please?
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    You do hagana at the Copacabana, the hottest spot north of Havana.

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    Gordon is awesome! I am not real interested in taking martial arts group classes, but I would if he was the instructor. He is a no-nonsence great teacher that commands attention.

    Last time I was in Little Rock I got a few workouts in at JPs, and Gordon reckognized me, but couldn't exactly place me. He called me out for not getting into the gym often enough. After explaining the 12 hour drive to the gym, he let me off without an ass whoopin.

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    Gordon is good. I'm looking forward to it. It's a lot of fun and hard work.
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    Is this thing already booked up or is there some other reason why that link in the original post doesn't work for me? I was just looking for information on dates and such for this retreat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Kelly Baggett":11865x9x
    Is this thing already booked up or is there some other reason why that link in the original post doesn't work for me? I was just looking for information on dates and such for this retreat.
    Kelly, welcome!

    Try this link:

    http://www.jpfitness.com/main/gatewa...471%26cpid%3D5

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    Kelly, it would be awesome to have you there! Let us know if you are going to come.

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    Come on.....We need more first timers at the summit!
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