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    Default Long form 6 at LTKKA tournament

    Ok before I drive myself nuts looking for the thread. At some point someone had posted clips of Mr. Jamie Seabrook, Matt Trejo, Mr. Jim Fredrick, add others competing at last years LTTKA Baltimore tournament. I was wondering who actually won between all of you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerkarate View Post
    Ok before I drive myself nuts looking for the thread. At some point someone had posted clips of Mr. Jamie Seabrook, Matt Trejo, Mr. Jim Fredrick, add others competing at last years LTTKA Baltimore tournament. I was wondering who actually won between all of you?
    Matt Trejo, a black belt who trains under me, won his division which was 1st-3rd Degree Black Belt (ages 18-36). I won the 4th degree and higher division for the up to age 36 division, and I can't remember who won the 4th degree and higher divison for ages 37+ but I believe it was Jim Frederick.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Seabrook View Post
    Matt Trejo, a black belt who trains under me, won his division which was 1st-3rd Degree Black Belt (ages 18-36). I won the 4th degree and higher division for the up to age 36 division, and I can't remember who won the 4th degree and higher divison for ages 37+ but I believe it was Jim Frederick.


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    Thats what I was looking for, thanks
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    Default Re: Long form 6 at LTKKA tournament

    Here is a video clip from this past August of me doing Long 6 at the World Kenpo Karate Championships. I can't seem to locate the former post either.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=PRQjXFjuS44


    And here is the clip of Matt Trejo:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1BfURUtMQA


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    Awesome stuff! Very impressive speed and power in both videos. Thanks for posting those up.

    Just one question though. I noticed on both of the clips, the NB stances are sometimes over extended with the toes pointing out instead of straight forward. Is that by design?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarnyk View Post
    Awesome stuff! Very impressive speed and power in both videos. Thanks for posting those up.

    Just one question though. I noticed on both of the clips, the NB stances are sometimes over extended with the toes pointing out instead of straight forward. Is that by design?
    Like a real self-defense situation, I'm not as concerned at the heat of the moment which way my toes are pointed - I just go for it (but thanks for pointing that out).
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    Default Re: Long form 6 at LTKKA tournament

    Outstanding! Good job!
    Was the camera guy complimenting you on your salute?? Just curious. LOL. I heard someone say something like, "Good job...twice" as you were going through your salutation.
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    Default Re: Long form 6 at LTKKA tournament

    Quote Originally Posted by Seabrook View Post
    Here is a video clip from this past August of me doing Long 6 at the World Kenpo Karate Championships. I can't seem to locate the former post either.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=PRQjXFjuS44


    And here is the clip of Matt Trejo:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1BfURUtMQA


    Cheers,

    Jamie
    By far yours was the best one posted. Excellent job!
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