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    primal diet

    One would hope that if the drugs were prescribed, maybe they had a diagnosis beforehand?
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    Is It Possible?

    Kaygee, why so dismissive? I answered your question with respect, no attacks, from my point of view with examples and supporting opinion. It sounds to me that you had the answer you wanted, and ran when you didn't get it. A very respected mentor of mine often says "If you don't want an honest...
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    Is It Possible?

    If you take boxing as an example (as you did), I have a friend who is a trainer. He has worked with don king and multiple world champions. I asked him, and he said he could teach most people the basic punches in about 2 weeks (in most cases). I said how long before someone could use these on the...
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    primal diet

    I would have to say, that the money being made by the paleo crowd is pretty minimal. A big part of why people buy stuff from robb wolf/mark sisson/ Loren Cordain etc is because we now have a whole generation of people who do not know how to cook with real food! For some of us (me included) the...
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    Is It Possible?

    I think (in my very humble opinion) that learning to fight is very different from martial arts in many cases. Now if you have no need to make friends, have some laughs, no need to move in a way you may not otherwise, no need to have the stress reduction and self confidence boosts that happen in...
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    primal diet

    From a primal diet point of view, processed foods, additives etc are out, as is gluten/gleeiden, most grains, legumes and dairy. While I personally eat a little of those things, the less I eat, the better I feel, and MORE IMPORTANTLY, the better I function. This is what I have seen with a lot of...
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    primal diet

    I think a very common misconception of the "paleo" or "primal" type f diet is that it is mostly meat. Thats rubbish. Utter rubbish (or should be), it should be a vast amount of high nutrient density food, including meats, vegetables, fruit (especially if you are not trying to loose weight) and...
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    Hey mate. Yes i have done a bit overthe last 20 years or so, but nothing too seriously. I did...

    Hey mate. Yes i have done a bit overthe last 20 years or so, but nothing too seriously. I did some kickboxing, freestyle karate, some aikido and some hapkido, but nothing consistantly enough to consider myself anything but a beginner!
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    Yes I have done a few things, none very seriously. Some freestyle karate, some aikido and some...

    Yes I have done a few things, none very seriously. Some freestyle karate, some aikido and some hapkido, and the obligitory kickboxing. Like i said long time interest, but very little consistant training untill now
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    Australian bujinkan

    Thats it! It is the only school I could find in this area (other than a Kevin Hawthorn school, which among other things is 50 odd mins away, so is one of the reasons I am not training there). You dont do sat classes by any chance do you, I would love to meet you and maybe train when I am in...
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    Australian bujinkan

    I am now training with a bujinkan shidoshi-ho who is herein Albury, Cameron Horsburgh (I am sure he wont mind me saying his name on a forum......he does have a web page after all). His Shidoshi is nearby too, so we see a bit of him too. He is also encouraging of us going to visit other dojo's...
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    Australian bujinkan

    Opps I ment I knew nothing at the time....not him.
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    Australian bujinkan

    Sorry to come in so late, but I was wondering if any of you knew anything of Steve McKeon (sp?)? I did one or two classes with him, in Hawthorn or Kew, 12 or so years ago, and it inspird me to (finally) find someone near here to train with. I had about a 10 or 11 year layoff, and knew nothing...
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    Ninjutsu for begginers?

    Thank you Tez, all pretty good here too (relativly south here too). Been fairly waterlogged, much worse than normal for this time of year, but not flooded!
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