Ed Lomax Video

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  1. Cryozombie

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    Very nice thanks for the post
     
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    A nice looking video, Thanks for sharing
     
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    Thanks Cryo I had not seen that one!
     
  5. ElfTengu

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    I trained with one of Ed's students recently who was visiting the UK, nice chap, very fluid movement.

    I like to watch tall guys like Ed, as I tend to get what is going on better than watching someone much smaller than me.
     
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    Nice clip! Thanks for posting! :)
     
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    The Taijutsu is ok, but i´ve seen much better.

    Thanks.
     
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    not bad
     
  9. BujinBos

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    Really? Much better? Granted this was shot a few years ago, but come on.

    I've felt Ed's taijutsu and it is good. :)
     
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    Give me Judge Dredd over Judge Mental any day.
     
  11. RoninX

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    Just an opinion. To me, i feel that the Taijutsu of People like: Arnaud Cousergue, Pedro Fleitas, Kacem Zoughari, Jose Manuel Collado, Brin Morgan are much better than Ed´s Taijutsu.

    If you see the 1995 Uk Taikai, and look at the naginata part, when Pedro faces multiple opponents(in a randori style), you can really see how awesom he is.

    And the same goes for all the other names; they are really awesom.
     
  12. BujinBos

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    I have only been able to train directly with Kacem Zoughari and Brin Morgan of those that you have mentioned. Of course I've seen the others in video and from afar etc.

    I agree with you that whom we view as having "good taijutsu" is our our opinion, so its all good. People do tend to gravitate to certain seniors that strike a cord in them. I guess I was just curious who you we making the comparison too. And good comparisons indeed.

    ElfTengu, love the post!

    Thanks guys.123
     

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