Loc: West Yorkshire, England
you seriously have adverts like that in the states? thank god i don't live there i would have gone on a shooting spree already. but other wise thanks for brightening up my half two in the morning internet ramblings!
Go seek the advise of a qualified instructor.
Quote: you seriously have adverts like that in the states? thank god i don't live there i would have gone on a shooting spree already. but other wise thanks for brightening up my half two in the morning internet ramblings!
Yeah, and unlike some people we have more than enough guns for that over here!
Man, they have some funny videos on there. This is truly a McDojo.
Haha, this has to be the most random MA commercial ever. Totally McDojo. Every kid was a black belt and what on Earth is going on with their acrobatics? I trained TKD formally for 9 years and I've never seen such rubbish as this in that time.
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Loc: Great White North
So Chip had an eye patch for doing his breaks ... what happened to his eye patch later? Was it just for cool looks? Or he didn't want to get splinters in his eye?
Okay I will admit I don't know anything about Chip so I won't make the assumption that it is a McDojo. Chip may have all the skills in the world and may be a good teacher so I won't take anything away from him. He likes doing demos that other schools also like to do "throughout" the world so I can't say this makes it a McDojo. However all of the demos are a little overboard especially lying on glass and then having concrete smashed on his chest.
Loc: Rio Rancho NM/Louisville KY (U...
If you think thats bad, I saw a commericial on TV. Last month advertising a "punching bag and video for kids". It said "you can become a "real" "Karate" master in 30 min. with the kicker and dvd for just $39.99"
That made me very mad, but it was also laughable as well.
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