The muscle walk was a great success. We raised over $7000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. On the trailing side, the t-shirt company we used holds a weekly contest, and it awards $100 off the next year’s order to the weekly winner. Go vote for my team to help offset the cost of next year’s shirts. It’s free, but it supports kempoinfo.com indirectly (by supporting me). Go on, you know you want to…http://www.customink.com/photos/sage-s-walkinators.
I’m not dead. I know it’s been a year or so since I’ve updated the front page, but I have actually been up to some good. Unlike many internet ‘professionals’, I do have a day job, so there’s that. I have been training, teaching, traveling, teaching, embracing a new position at work, and so on. I have recently gotten a deluge of comments and I will try to address them – including the Japanese forms like Bassai / Passai that some branches do and beefing up the weapons section. These are on my radar. However, there is one thing that is always on my radar. This week, once again I will be doing the muscle walk for the MDA. I walk for my daughter.
If you have been enjoying the archive (which is more important than my cheesy blog posts), please consider supporting me in raising money for Muscular Dystrophy research. Every little bit helps.
This fellow seems like he might be good, but I hate this technique. It’s taking a pretty good entry and inserting inefficient strikes. It makes me want to pull a Jon Stewart / Crossfire moment. Imagine that entry with a simple cross or overhand right. End of story. It makes kempo seem silly in a way.