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I remember in Japan, how often people would ask me, how do you do it? How can I do this technique? Which hand goes where? Where am I supposed to move my feet.
I usually always tried to keep silent and push them by attacking a bit harder.
Today, I find my self having to teach, when all I want to do is learn and become better.
I want to become the best I could ever be.....and the only way to get there is to have honest sincere training partners. People that will push me further and further the same way I would keep quite and push my fellow students a bit harder.