Michael Gallagher wrote:
It doesn't? Funny, that describes the dojos I've either trained in or visited; they seem to be happening places. The dojo I've gone to in Cincinnati for seminars is pretty big, and they fill up the mat pretty well; maybe they have tiny regular classes but I doubt it.
Maybe we should remember another saying: "Different strokes for different folks."
Yea different strokes for different folks. (I guess that is where I was heading with the "when in Rome" comments.
I think also there is a huge dose of ignorance in what TMA offers in this world of "quick gains" and instant gratification.
(you really get yourself (or I have) into a jam when you start stereotyping. Anyway, just trying to generate thought and ideas for discussion.)