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Some of you seem to think that just a little knowledge is a good thing. Well, that may be true on the street when you are doing something for real, but in the dojo where control should mean something, unless you are training on a regular basis, you are simply taking the risk that someone is going to hurt someone. It could come from falling and hitting the ground, or applying a choke and crushing a windpipe. Do you want to be that person? I don't think so.
JDeLuca wrote:While a "Standard for Excellence" is a huge expectation there is a lot of room for individuality from person to person and school to school. Which set of standards would be stressed? Would a closed tight guard that stressed submissions be the norm while on the bottom, or would a sweeping offbalancing guard that stressed position change be the norm?
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