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Old 10-19-2013, 11:07 PM   #72
Bill Danosky
 
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Re: "IP/IT/IS" vs technique?

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Christopher Li wrote: View Post
I was training in Yoshinkan, in Tokyo, when Shioda was alive -
Chris, if you were training Yoshinkan Aikido in Tokyo when Gozo Shioda was alive, I will take your word over most people's. If there was someone credible in BF Illinois I might give it another shot, based on you and Cliff's say so.

Things might be different now if I'd had access to the kind of instruction you have had. But I am still very grateful for my local teachers, Paul Huber Sensei, and his predecessor Kit Hathaway Sensei, who have hammered us for 9 years with rigorously painstaking kihon. Whatever I do with it from here will be better because of it. So to answer the question of the thread, "Technique, IMO".

Best,

Bill

Last edited by Bill Danosky : 10-19-2013 at 11:12 PM. Reason: I'm weird about punctuation.
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