Choo Choo as he was called was originally a student of Willie Short studying Shotokan. When Mr. Shorts school closed Choo Choo whose real name is Gerald Mayes along with his brother Charles, Ernest "Madman" Russell, Ricky Heath Jr., Gary "Rabbit Goodman, Nathan Cruise, the Robinson family, Eddie Horton and others joined the legendary 103rd Street BKF school in South Central Los Angeles. Choo Choo passed away several years ago.
~Peace and Blessings~
Now I would enjoy that book. I could see if and where you were stretching the truth.....LOL
But if I'm writing the book ... How would you know?
Because..... I'm the "GoldenDragon" I know these things..... or have means to find out.......... hee hee....... YOU should know better than to make such a statement........ shame on you..
No Bar-B-Q for U next time .... Only Chinese Buffet!
You know you are REALLY hurting me by sending me to the Chines Buffet. Hurt me, hurt me.
What is the average yearly rainfall in the Amazon Basin?Hey.... BTW ... what are you doing invading "MY" Q & A Thread...... go start your own...... geeze can't keep people out of your backyard these days...................... lol
Ok now that that is settled........ any new questions...... anyone?
After teaching lock out, what are some methods you use to break the habbit of locking out?
Kenpo is one of the more highly technical martial arts systems.
Having said that...Can an Autistic child really overcome his handicap to be an effective Kenpoist?
So you just tell them to flow and they just flow without any bad habbits popping up or mechanical timing concerns. Remarkable!Never had that problem yet. I teach to lock out, thrust, snap, whip, etc... with equal control... If the student is having a problem.... practice practice practice.....
So you just tell them to flow and they just flow without any bad habbits popping up or mechanical timing concerns. Remarkable!