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  1. Jab Cross says:

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  4. Johnny Bravo @best training courses
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    Interesting concept. I remember I would use videos for doing forms when I was training in Taekwondo. However for more advanced techniques I found it was much easier to have hands on instruction from an instructor. For the basic techniques and forms this is a great idea though.
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  5. I think this is a good idea but I remember when I did karate as a kid, the instructor in person was able to correct my stances and movements. even when I though, I was doing It correctly, he knew better. Maybe Karate would still be better left in dojos.
    Philip Townsend@Taekwondo in Provo´s last blog post ..Welcome to Champion Karate West

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