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Peyton Quinn disallows joint stuff at his RMCAT (?) training center...
I have a copy of Peyton Quinn's second book (something to do with Adrenal stess training etc. etc.) I didn't realise he didn't do joint locks in the RMCAT training (I know they focus a lot on strikes). After all he has a pretty good Aikido background from what I read and much of the tai sabaki, awareness stuff etc. is directly comparable from what I read. I also saw a few joint locks being shown when he spoke about the system a bit, but this may not be a part of normal training I guess.
Always taught that Shoot Aikido had something to do with a Hakama and a Sniper Rifle myself.
Boon - The suit won't save you from the ultimate bone-crunching Gedan Ate anyway.
Larry , you F@@L, the unenlightened ones are not suppose to know this... you have just reveal the greatest secret of aikido.
Hey, I am sorry your Trini-boyz couldn't make it to the second round in FIFA 2006. It would have been nice to see the underdog win, plenty to talk about if it did happen.
We still have an ok chance to go through to the second round. We've beaten that Paraguay team recently before the finals.
There was plenty to talk about after that England match and Crouch's "Hair Pull Goal". Reminds me why they make you cut your hair in the military. Either way the guys are learning some valuable lessons about the good and not so good sides of football at the world cup level.
So Boon, when you coming down here to do some training?