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granfire;1460493 said:
I would also have to add that since under the system at the time one could achieve BB in under 2 years, which I would consider advanced beginner status, intermediate at best, in most cases. ;)

Hey, Granfire, if you're talking about the ITA or whatever it is called now, my niece made a transition a few years ago to ATA instead. It was pretty seamless for her although she had to learn new forms and other material. They let her 'keep' her belt while she learned their curriculum - but more importantly the technical differences between the two styles were minimal.

Might be something to consider if you're unhappy with your group if the ATA is active in your neck of the woods.


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