Ingmar Johansson Kenpo Seminar

Roland

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Ingmar Johansson
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Ed Parker’s Kenpo Karate
in Sweden

Will be teaching a seminar:

Friday August 2, 2002

O.K.K.A. Studios
1472 Dundas st
London, Ontario

$30 in advance
$45 at the door

Class will start at 6:30 p.m.

For directions or any questions call Paul
(519) 659-0521
or e-mail
apdawdy@hotmail.com

Mr. Johansson has taught in London several times before.
It is always a pleasure to work with and learn from his many years of experience.
Open to all students 14 years and older.
 

arnisador

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Originally posted by Roland

Ingmar Johansson
from
Ed Parker’s Kenpo Karate
in Sweden

I've heard good things about him, and I'm not even a Kenpoist (nor a Swede)!
 

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Ingmar's top notch. I learned more about Kenpo from 2 15 minute conversations with him, than I did in 6 months of classes.

He knows his stuff. :)
 
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GouRonin

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I'm no Kenpoist but Roland has threatened to come to my house and drink all my beer if I don't come to the seminar.

So in the spirit of saving my beer I will be there.
 
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I said I was going to drink all your beer for you no matter what you say, because I am just a good friend who wants to help you from your self!!
 
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GouRonin

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Originally posted by Roland
I said I was going to drink all your beer for you no matter what you say, because I am just a good friend who wants to help you from your self!!

You're such a selfless, giving, helpful human being.
:rolleyes:
 
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Rob_Broad

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What will he be teaching for this class? I will try and make it if I am done work early enough that day.
 

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Deny as much as you want, your still and always be a kenpoist. Even beyond the day you stop posting on kenpo forums and thoughts of "Ecomony of Motion" invade your dreams, you will be a "brother" (Sista? :)). Sorry dude, as I understand it AKK is a cult, and you'll never get out. I'm glad to be a Judoka..oh wait, that's a cult too. I'm a Hapkidoka! Yes, and Taekata, but that's just a joke :D

P.S. One of my instructors having fun, see attached.
 

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GouRonin

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Claim that all you want... I am a Systema guy. In fact I was at a Pekiti Tersia seminar today at Renegade's :erg: in Buffalo. I like to go where the action is my friend.

That pic looks like a nice O Goshi. Was it? I can't tell as it's the after effects! Heh heh heh...

Anyway, Ingmar is this Friday. I'm only going because Ingy is a friend. Then The annual summer Kenpo camp in August 9/10/11 is only because Jeff Blay is a friend and I have to let Kaith shoot me with his paintball gun because he's been whining like a baby to shoot someone. I expect to see everyone there.

Then that's it. Seriously...I mean that...really....
 

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and so will we. Riggghhht. NOT! As long as you know how to cancel my height and width zones, use a neutral bow, know the diffrence between Grasp of Death and Grip of death, and enjoy a good heel kick as you cross out...well you get the picture. As far as the pic, here is I belive what led up to it, tell me what you think :) The one with less hair is my sensei, Mr. Sol. The one throwing is one of our brown belt's Joe, who'll be testing for Shodan in a few months. I belive it is Hari, as that is is tokui-waza.
 

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I have been lucky enough to work with Ingmar in the past, here in Europe.

He brings such enthusiasism for Kenpo along with his skill, and I always find him inspiring and motivating.

If you can be there for his seminar, it'll be well worth your time.

Les
 
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GouRonin

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I attended the Ingmar Johnasson seminar today and along with the assortment of martialtalk people there Renegade showed up and brought Rich Parsons.

A really nice guy. Friendly and funny too. Likes to laugh and have a good time. Takes the jokes and can dish them out great too. I enjoyed his company while we all went out to eat after the seminar. He was kind enough to lend me a folder when I wanted to stab Renegade. Of course he wanted to see me get pummled too. Lotsa fun.
 
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Rob_Broad

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I really wish I could have made it to that seminar, but money is a little tight these days. I am glad everyone had a good time.
 
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He went over the three single attack Ram techniques, and reviewed Short Form 1 and Long Form 1.

Had us do some grafting too.

Great guy, I always like to talk with him.
 

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Originally posted by GouRonin

I attended the Ingmar Johnasson seminar today and along with the assortment of martialtalk people there Renegade showed up and brought Rich Parsons.

A really nice guy. Friendly and funny too. Likes to laugh and have a good time. Takes the jokes and can dish them out great too. I enjoyed his company while we all went out to eat after the seminar. He was kind enough to lend me a folder when I wanted to stab Renegade. Of course he wanted to see me get pummled too. Lotsa fun.

WOW!

This post is and will break many rules of this forum. (* Am I allowed to post to the Kempo forum? *)

Nice Words from GouRonin about people and me no less. :D Thanks! BTW, can I have my Folder back?
(* Just kidding I found it *)


I liked Ingmar, a real nice guy, with lots of enthusiasm. I hope to meet up with him later.

Rich
 
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GouRonin

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It's true. Rich was right there with a folder the moment I needed one.

He's one funny guy and I really enjoyed his company at the dinner afterwards.

I never took his folder though. Even if I did I would have left it stuck in someone so he could easily find it later.
:rolleyes:
 
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Thought someone put you out of our misery here.

:eek:
 
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