Thread: Absent Patellae
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Old 02-10-2006, 06:32 AM   #4
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Re: Absent Patellae

Hi Mark,

thanks for the input. I was asking the questions because I do want to have him train, I think it will be beneficial to him. Having said that, my junior class has a wide age range, so I am already spreading myself thin with regards to time per student, I wouldn't want to impact this too much, as I have a duty to the kids already in the class. If I can do something to facilitate him training, I will do it gladly, my own opinion is that anyone who wants to train should. Whilst not trying to digress my own thread, I was also approached last night by a lady 4 months pregnant who was enquiring about training with her husband. My initial thoughts were yes, just as tori, no ukemi etc. But I'm having second thoughts....................

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Bryan

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