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Can you really bridge the gap between reality and training? Between traditional karate and real world encounters? Absolutely, we will address in this forum why this transition is necessary and critical for survival, and provide suggestions on how to do this correctly. So come in and feel welcomed, but leave your egos at the door!
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as taught by Dave Young and will be taught at the March seminar is a winning combination.
There are a lot of good programs out there that teach "reality" drills. Dave's program is perfect for the traditionalist, who wants to "use" their martial arts training in a practical self defense program, geared to familiarize themselves with actual fight situations where you learn to unleash your dojo skills under stress and under realistic conditions.
I've seen how it works and believe me. . . it does work.
Lets support Dave and his traditional dojo based "Realist" program. This is OUR program. Make it YOUR program and YOUR DOJO'S program.
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