Re: Terry Ezra Sensei and Seidokan
Meeting people can certainly change your ideas, but the way you train is important. Over the years I have noticed that no matter the style, the best practicioners all look very similar in the way they do their stuff. When I was in Korea we had visitors from all over the place. Natrually, perhaps, only the better of them would bother to bring their keikogi on what was probably a business trip. I just noticed that from the many random visitors from all over the place - many were definitely on the same track in terms of how they did their techniques. I too have travelled quite a bit and can generally ft in with what others are doing, or so I like to think.