Re: Futari Gake
I have not taken it seriously, I really think it was a bit of messing around it was probably a way of saying " you evade well but do not drop your guard or focus" It was not so aggressive like,I have not experienced that in our dojo, although the "lets not hurt each other" is a strong point here, I am on the east side of Japan and being a heavier, stronger type westerner my sensei is always stressing to me you must be gental and I do just that. Its more about perfecting the waza for me not useing my strength and physical power to impose on other peoples journey. Though if I ever had to use a waza in the street I`d say I would tweak that sankyo a little harder. I appreciate your feedback.