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Feb
20
comment Are students with disabilities tested differently?
It's also worth noting (though this is more of a meta discussion) that the proper answer to "polling opinion" questions is to close them, not to wikify them. See, for example, my comment here.
Feb
20
revised Value in Practicing Spinning Kicks
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Feb
20
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Feb
19
asked Value in Practicing Spinning Kicks
Feb
19
revised Bokken and Jo Kata book
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Feb
18
comment Relaxation Techniques
Not really. You can be mentally tense and physically relaxed or vice-versa. There are links there, but they aren't the same thing. More importantly, you are looking for two answers. One is physical, the other is mental. If you are looking for two answers, it implies that you should have two questions.
Feb
18
revised Relaxation Techniques
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Feb
18
comment Relaxation Techniques
There are two questions here. This might be better off being split: "How can I [physically] relax quickly"
Feb
17
revised What's the real difference between Ikkyo omote and Nikkyo omote?
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Feb
17
revised Balancing control and intensity in sparring
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Feb
17
answered Balancing control and intensity in sparring
Feb
16
accepted How can one practice spear-hand strikes, while still knowing you got the technique right?
Feb
15
revised How can one practice spear-hand strikes, while still knowing you got the technique right?
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Feb
15
revised Are students with disabilities tested differently?
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Feb
15
asked How can one practice spear-hand strikes, while still knowing you got the technique right?
Feb
15
revised How can I improve my teaching of ukemi or break falling?
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Feb
15
answered Are students with disabilities tested differently?
Feb
14
comment Official Term/Good Reference for Hapkido Advanced Basics
Actually that's pretty much spot on what I was looking for and fits nicely with what I have been told previously (e.g., "advanced basics are just basics done well") and seen when researching. Thanks much.
Feb
14
accepted Official Term/Good Reference for Hapkido Advanced Basics
Feb
14
comment Official Term/Good Reference for Hapkido Advanced Basics
I will be happy to if I can get my hands on it, which I've been hoping to do. It isn't in Tedeschi's Hapkido or in my other books, unfortunately, and I can't confirm it is in that one without actually seeing it.