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#179949 - 08/22/05 07:55 AM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: Mark Hill]
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Bonza!
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#179950 - 08/22/05 08:14 AM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: Gavin]
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I see you've played knifey-spooney before!

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#179951 - 08/22/05 08:23 AM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: Mark Hill]
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Nope, but I have seen Neighbours...does that count????
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#179952 - 08/22/05 08:24 AM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: Mark Hill]
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You blokes sound like me trouble and strife with all that rabbit and pork.

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#179953 - 08/22/05 08:46 AM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: oldman]
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Some of those sheilas on Neighbours are deadset pearlers!

Oldman, cobber, I'm off to have a Vegemite Sub and gallon of Fosters.


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#179954 - 08/22/05 08:49 AM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: oldman]
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'Ave a word. Would Adam and eve it? We only gotta bloody sherman tea leafing our lingo and leaving this poor ol' thread in a right two and eight!!
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#179955 - 08/22/05 08:23 PM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: Gavin]
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Gavin,
Keep taking the tablets, mate.
Personally, I have noticed that the performance of the kata actually improves when you know some of the applications. I tend to not go along with the way my club tells me to and I teach applications as soon as I think the student has reached a reasonable level.
On the issue of speed, I certainly don't agree that kata should be performed at bullet speed. It all just becomes a blur and good technique is out the window.
I suppose people that practice kata fast would argue that in real life you would have to move as fast as you can. My answer to that would be that they are missing the point of kata.
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#179956 - 08/23/05 06:02 AM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: McSensei]
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Keep taking the tablets, mate.




Mate, after reading the bloody PP forum today...I going to have to, and a much larger dose! I've come here for a break!

I honestly believe that the kata is exercise of pure technique, one in which you strive to perfect. In this vein, I can't see any other way of of practicing other than inch perfect. Good technique can only led to good application. IMVHO.....now where are those pills??????
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#179957 - 08/23/05 12:00 PM Re: Inch perfect. [Re: McSensei]
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Just a note regarding katas tempo, or speed. In my expierience the speed of the kata should relate directly to your understanding of the application, particulary with combinations.

If its all done at bullet speed your not training for reality, but for show.
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