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Old 05-13-2010, 09:30 PM   #100
Mike Sigman
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Re: Yoshinkan and "aiki"

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Bernard Kwan wrote: View Post
Thomas

Thanks for the quote - it's very insightful - I had read about the emphasis on the big toe in Yoshinkan (but I had mistakenly taken it for the big toe in the front foot for stability.) I will have to experiment a little with this.
Bernard, this is a complex issue. Let me offer some advice that the big-toe thing is somewhat valid, but it's hard to fully understand until you get there. I.e., my best well-meant suggestion is to just drop it and do more basic things.

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Mike Sigman
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